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Hino Rescue Support Car
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No: 2319   Contributor: Kazumi   Year: 2000   Manufacturer: Hino   Country: Japan
Hino Rescue Support Car

This Hino support car is seen towing an old fire appliance. Usually the crane boom is placed backwards when it is not towing. This vehicle is usually dispatched for lifting destroyed buildings rubble.
Picture added on 06 March 2007
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Kazumi, which city is this? Love to see more Japanese trucks!

Added by Fire995 on 06 March 2007.
Kazumi, we have to resize your photos because they are to small. The resolution is very poor when we resize it. Please if you sent in photo let them be minimal 640 width.

Added by Mars on 06 March 2007.
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