Shirley Bedard (left), Gordon McArthur, and Marc Gosselin from the McLeese Lake Volunteer Fire Department test out the water tender truck the department just bought from the 150 Mile Volunteer Fire Department. Gaiel Farrar photo.

VIDEO: McLeese Lake Volunteer Fire Department has a new fire truck

McLeese Lake Volunteer Fire Dept. has a new fire truck.

Here members Shirley Bedard (left), Gordon McArthur and Marc Gosselin test out the water tender truck Saturday afternoon that the department just bought from the 150 Mile Volunteer Fire Department.

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