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Kuwait Fire Engine
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No: 37692   Contributor:   Year: 2014   Manufacturer: GMC   Country: Kuwait
Kuwait Fire Engine

GMC Pick Up of Kuwaiti Fire Engine
Picture added on 29 August 2014 at 14:14
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This is a rescue tender. When I lived in Kuwait these were all on Dodge double cab chassis, so this must be a newer one.

Unfortunately, the city has many very bad highway accidents, so every fire station has one of these.
They also attend service calls and respond to fires, along with a pumper, an aerial and a tanker. Manning is variable, usually three to five crew members.

Added by Rob Johnson on 31 August 2014.
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