A new fire truck is in town, and instead of the classic fire engine red, this one is pink! The new truck is going to help the Fire Union's CARE organization raise money to fight cancer.CARE stands for Cancer Awareness Relief Effort, and the group has been selling t-shirts to fund its cancer fight, and now has the big truck to attract even more attention to their drive.The truck itself cost about $10,000 to fix up, and this year, some $60,000 in t-shirt sales have helped cover that cost."This pink truck started as an idea when we had the national pink truck, and we wanted to have our own pink truck," CARE Committee President Lester Garza said. "We wanted to have something to show."Union members say their pink truck will more than likely be on display at the Fire Union Hall on Ayers, but if a fire broke out, the unit could actually be used to fight the flames.