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No: 27722   Contributor: Dylan dCosta   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Tata   Country: India
Mumbai Fire truck TATA

Though there are many various new foreign fire trucks purchased by the mumbai fire dept ,this is the only fire truck model which is been used form the past 20 years and not changed a bit .
This kind of truck will be found in each and every fire station in mumbai as it countains most of the equptments.It is called the FIRST TURN OUT. since it is the first fire truck to be dispatched at the scene.
Its chassis is of tata & will only be tata.
Picture added on 14 April 2011 at 23:11
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This appliances also was being featured in a special program in the National Geographic titled "Mumbai Fire Brigade".

Added by Bomba Boy on 15 April 2011.
Any idea when this program is supposed to air?

Added by Todd on 15 April 2011.
this program is never aired
It only flashes on the news
This program is conducted by the mumbai fire dept on the 14th of april to the 21st of april every year in memo of 66 fire fighters who lost their lives in the bombay dock explosion on 14th april 1944.fore more info go on WIKIPEDIA and tipe 'MUMBAY FIRE BRIGADE'

Added by DYLAN DCOSTA on 16 April 2011.
Is the Salvage Corps still operating in Mumbai, it used to be called the Bombay Salvage Corps.

Added by Buzzlightyear on 03 January 2014.
This type of pumper had a Dennis No:2 500 gpm pump with a 1, 000 gallon tank, which explains why it is quite a bit larger than most British pump appliances. The full width tank sat right above the rear axle, like an overgrown Derbyshire Dennis F8.

This enabled them to get to work on even quite serious fires without accessing hydrants, because in many areas of the city these were (and still are) few and far between.

To deal with fires needing more than a few thousand gallons, the SOP was usually a combination of a pumper shuttle and the use of one or more larger 2, 000 or 2, 5000 gallon tandem axle tankers, rather than setting up a relay with multiple pumpers and extensive hose lines.

These units normally carried a crew of six.

Added by Rob Johnson on 09 November 2017.
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