The Danbury Fire Department has received a donation of an all-terrain vehicle for search and rescue operations. The ATV was donated by Enbridge, which owns the Algonquin natural gas pipeline that runs through Danbury. Fire officials say they realized the need for this type of equipment after an avid mountain biker went missing in Farrington Woods and was founded dead after a day of searching. Another fire department loaned their ATV to Danbury for the search. The ATV can hold four passengers and performs better than the department's John Deere Gator, which works best on flat surfaces. It also can hold several gallons of water for response to brush fires, and is equipped with GPS tracking and a communications system.