HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) - The Huber Heights pink fire engine was on display at the Warrior Soccer Fall Classic at the Warrior Soccer Complex on Fishburg Road Saturday to promote awareness for breast cancer.
To date, the pink fire truck has raised over $40,000 to support breast cancer research.
The fully functional pink truck made its debut earlier this month at the Huber Heights Fire Department open house.
It has made stops at various locations all throughout the Miami Valley for the month of October to raise awareness for breast cancer.
The truck is covered by thousands of signatures of those around the Dayton region that have donated five dollars to support breast cancer research.
The pink fire engine will be on display Sunday at the Huber Heights YMCA for the last time. The YMCA is located at 7251 Shull Road.
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