Thermal imaging camera for local fire brigade
A group of local firefighters will have their first thermal imaging camera, thanks to a grant from the NSW Government.
The Empire Bay Rural Fire Brigade has been granted $8000 for the camera which will assist firefighters identify hotspots after a blaze is extinguished.
Announcing the grant on July 16, Member for Terrigal Mr Adam Crouch said the NSW RFS was an irreplaceable part of the community.
"Across the region we are very lucky to have a number of Rural Fire Brigades, as well as hundreds of men and women that volunteer in this capacity," Mr Crouch said.
Media release, 16 Jul 2019
Ben Sheath, Office of Adam Crouch MP
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