North Burnett Regional Council recently presented Gayndah State Emergency Service (SES) with a new response vehicle. This vehicle was jointly funded by North Burnett Regional Council and Queensland Fire Emergency Services under the SES Support Grant program.
“This program provides financial assistance to Local Governments to purchase vehicles and facilities, enabling the SES to respond to disasters and emergencies throughout Queensland,” said Mayor Hotz.
“SES provides invaluable support to our communities during emergency situations such as floods and storms. Ensuring volunteers have safe and reliable vehicles is one way we can support their response”.
For more information on the SES and the services it provides, visit: qld.gov.au/emergency/emergencies-services/response/ses
Pictured left to right: Carol Miller, Councillor Dael Giddins, Brian Lowe, Nick Hodge, Daniel Jacobsen, Michael Imhoff.