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Australia's Smallest Fire Engine
Fire Engine Photos
No: 3451   Contributor: Pavel Zaremba   Year: 2007   Manufacturer: Suzuki   Country: Australia
Australia's Smallest Fire Engine

Suzuki Sierra four wheel drive Reg No FBY 336 of the New South Wales Fire Brigades, Sydney Australia, on duty at the Royal Easter Show at Olympic Park, Homebush, Australia. The two person vehicle is a fully operational fire engine and is first responder to all call-outs during the busy two-week Easter Show. Ideal for negotiating the massive crowds, extremely user-friendly for the career and retained (part-time) fire personnel, and loved by all the kiddies at the show!
Picture added on 26 June 2007
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