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Bomberos Voluntarios El Pato - Argentina
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No: 26725   Contributor: Eduardo Martínez   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Dennis   Country: Argentina
Bomberos Voluntarios El Pato - Argentina

This Dennis is in service within the Volunteer Fire Department of Centro Agrícola El Pato, a small town 40 kilometres south of Buenos Aires city in Argentina. The vehicle was received on February 2010, and entered service after the conversion to LHD. Pictured February 2nd, 2011.
Picture added on 02 February 2011 at 19:55
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What has happen to our old two tone sirens ad where have the ladders disappeared?

Added by Fozaib khan on 07 February 2011.
It's so unusual to see a UK appliance next to an appliance more associated with continental America. I do believe this is a Dennis SS ex- of West Midlands Fire Service.

Added by Yelp Bullhorn on 07 February 2011.
The vehicle arrived without the original two tone sirens or ladders. Here was fitted with an electromechanical siren as common in Argentina. Since 15 years ago, when start to arriving here used fire appliances from Europe, US and a few from Japan is a frequent image during parades or exhibitions to see a Vehicle from Europe next to an American one. Thanks for the comments.

Added by Eduardo Martinez on 16 February 2011.
Hope the weather stays dry. The convertors do not seem to have relocated the wipers!

Added by Rob Johnson on 07 March 2013.
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