Today, 4 members loaded into Utility 72 at 7am and made the 1 hour ride to Nesquehoning, Pa to see the progression of Rescue/Engine 72. Upon our arrival at KME, members got to the piece in the plumbing department as their skilled craftsman worked on plumbing the pump to all the discharges. Between the last visit and this visit, KME also had time to mount the body onto the chassis as well as mount the custom bumper on the unit. After plumbing is completed, this coming week, the unit will return to the paint shop to have the compartments on the body Linex'd and the body painted. Also at this time the pump house compartment will be installed. After that is completed, roughly a 1 week process, the unit will head to the final department for lettering, striping, wiring and to finish all the little items. Slowly but surely, the new Rescue/Engine 72 is coming to a reality.