Fire hydrant

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A fire hydrant

A fire hydrant, also known as a fire plug or johnny pump, is a tool used for fighting fires. They are usually found easily on streets, stuck to the road. The first fire hydrant recorded was in Philadelphia.[1]

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  1. Baker, Moses Nelson Manual of the American Water-works 1888. Page 210. Retrieved October 31, 2007 from Google Book Search. Iron fire-plugs first introduced in Philadelphia.