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Fire fighting vehicles

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Hidden : 09/27/2003
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last up-date 24-07-'05

Your objective is to find a fire fighting vehicle. I’m a employee of a company in Wanroij, The Netherlands who builds fire fighting vehicles.

And I’m very interested in all kind of fire fighting vehicles.

I love to see as many as possible different vehicles around the world and they may also be in action !

All kind of vehicles from age and shape are welcome (airport crashtenders, rescue vehicles, ladder-trucks ).

To log this cache you must:

1.Here is a small change to the rules for logging a Fire Fighting Vehicle.

We like to see pictures from complete Fire Fighting Vehicles without the GPS in front of the Vehicle, we think it’s a shame not to see a complete vehicle; just a small view from the GPS in the edge of the image is enough. Thanks for your co-operation.

2. Indicate the City, Province and Country where the vehicle is located, with the coordinates.

3. If you can please note some data and info from the vehicle.

4. If you like you can log as many as you want, but it has too be a different fire fighting vehicle and on a different position.

Titan HPG G-series 8x8 crashtender (E-One). Water tank capacity : 12.150 L / 3.210 U.S. gal. Foam tank capacity : 1.500 L / 400 U.S. gal. Engine power : 1.005 bhp / kW 749

Fire Trucks from the City of Johannesburg South Africa

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Pictures Interschutz 6 - 11 June 2005 Hannover Germany

Pictures from South African Fire Fighting Vehicles

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