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A rural city of 6,000 people in Illinois decided to donate one of their fire engines to Ukraine. It arrived last week in Mykolaiv, making it the first American fire engine in the war-torn country. NBC News’ Maggie Vespa spoke with the town’s fire chief and a local hospital executive about the engine’s journey.