HCEAA transferred chase vehicle to Moorefield Fire Company 

The Hardy County Emergency Ambulance Authority voted to give one of their units, a chase vehicle referred to as Unit 383, to Moorefield Volunteer Fire Company. 

The vehicle is a 2015 Ford Explorer with just under 50,000 miles. The board voted to give the vehicle to Company 46 as a free and clear asset, providing the vehicle at no cost and also transferring responsibility for maintenance, upkeep, and ownership. 

Moorefield Volunteer Fire Company Chief Doug Mongold came to the last board meeting on Wednesday, July 20, at the 911 Center and asked for the vehicle, noting the company’s involvement in the local and state community. 

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