KAUKAUNA - A pink fire truck helped spread hope at the Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna Saturday.
The truck rolled in as part of the "Pink Heals" program, which aims to help women and children battling cancer.
Firefighters volunteer to drive the pink machine from city to city.
Along the way, the fire truck collects signatures and stories from people who have been affected by cancer.
Organizers said the uniquely colored trucks attract plenty of attention.
"If we had a regular red fire truck, or yellow fire truck, people may not recognize it and they may not see it as much. But you see a pink fire truck, you've got to turn your head," said Bob Olszewski with the Illinois chapter of Pink Heals.
The truck on display in Kaukauna was from Chicago.
It's one of 80 pink fire trucks that travel across the country for the "Pink Heals" organization.
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