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New Zealand Scania DZB987
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No: 31034   Contributor: David Miller   Year: 2008   Manufacturer: Scania   Country: New Zealand
New Zealand Scania DZB987

The latest Scania model to enter service with the NZ Fire Service as a heavy pump is the P310. As at the end of 2011 37 examples have been completed by Fraser Fire & Rescue. This was the first to be built and was delivered in 2007 to the Sockburn station as a pump rescue tender. This appliance is about to be replaced & will be reallocated (possibly to the Woolston station to replace their P93M Scania). (photo taken 2008).
Picture added on 04 January 2012 at 07:56
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