LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles fire officials and local politicians will celebrate the restoration of engine companies at four city stations during a ceremony at Dodger Stadium Wednesday.
The new engines were made possible by a $15 million grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency last year.
All four engines have been in service since July 8 and have already been put to use at the Griffith Park brush fire last week.
LAFD, local politicians celebrate restored fire engines
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