VERNON -- After 12 days out-of-operation, Vernon's fire engine was repaired and ready for fire calls Friday morning.

Repair costs were not immediately available. The City of Vernon paid about $228 in order for the repair company to give a diagnostic of the engine, according to officials.

"Everything is complete," said Vernon Fire Chief Mike Owens. "We're just so glad that it's back available."

"We have everything we need now," he added.

According to Owens, a company completed the repairs around 10 a.m. Friday. Apparently, the engine had an electrical problem, which affected its transmission.

No fire calls came in Friday morning, Owens said.