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Austin, Minn. - A new police vehicle will be roaming the roads in Austin.
A Humvee troop mover is now a part of the Austin Police Department's fleet.
The armored truck is one of many taken out of service by the United States Department of Defense.
And made available to law enforcement agencies free of charge.
With the new vehicle in tow, leaders say it can be used in a lot of different ways.
“It gives us enhanced abilities in search and rescue due to its ability to traverse any type of terrain,” Detective Todd Clennon of the Austin Police Department said. “Any natural disaster incidents we could use it to haul people or troops as well.”
He adds the Humvee will provide the Austin tactical team an element of safety when responding to dangerous situations.
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