Bo’ness Fire Station is now home to Central Scotland Fire and Rescue Service’s newly-refurbished Command Unit – one of its most technologically advanced vehicles.
The vehicle, based at Bo’ness Station, will enhance the Service’s command and control capabilities at the scene of major incidents throughout the Forth Valley area through the use of the very latest technology.
Chief Fire Officer Kenneth Taylor said: “This is a major step forward for the Service. The new Command Unit now contains the very latest in communications technology which will be of significant value to our officers and firefighters not only on the fire ground but also at remote locations as well as to other emergency services.
"We now have a solid building block on which to continue to add to this technology as it develops. It is a state-of-the-art piece of equipment which will be a huge asset not only to our Service but the new Scottish Fire and Rescue Service when it comes into being.”