The Brookfield Volunteer Fire Company has taken delivery of new Hurst E-draulic cutters, spreaders and forcible entry tools. The items, which was replacing older and outdated hydraulic tools, were paid for with American Rescue Plan Act funding, previously approved by the Boards of Selectmen and Finance. Brookfield fire officials says their old hydraulic hurst tools run off pumps. All the pumps, tools and hoses need to be serviced and tested annually. These new tools have minimal service and just a battery.