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Port alberni Canada Freightliner pump rescue
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No: 26234   Contributor: Marcel Sloover   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: Freightliner   Country: Canada
Port alberni Canada Freightliner pump rescue

This is pump/rescue 4 from the Port Alberni Fire department (BC Canada). This unit was built in 2000 by HUB on a Freightliner FL80RR 4x4 chassis. Pump capacity is 1050 gallon a minute. The tank contains 500 gallon water and 15 gallon foam. License plate 5800NS.

special thanks to the fire crew for their help.
Picture added on 30 December 2010 at 15:42
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Port Alberni Fire Department, BC, Canada
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