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FDNY Mobile Training Vehicle 1
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No: 40788   Contributor: Phil Bklyn   Year: 2017   Country: United Kingdom
FDNY Mobile Training Vehicle 1

FDNY Mobile Training Vehicle 1
Here is a 2010 Sterling Acterra (box truck) set up as a mobile training facility to teach FDNY members how to negotiate confined spaces, small roof hatches and how to use a personal safety rope to bail out of a window. Note the mock-up small window opening and the rubber matting on the sidewalk (inside the safety cones). There was an incident in 2005 where several FF died when they jumped from a fifth story window to escape being burned (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Sunday_(2005). (8219a, 8220a)

This is outside the quarters of Engine 284 / Tower Ladder 149 in Brooklyn on Oct 28, 2017.

Tower Ladder 149 and Eng 284 os qrtrs The castle symbol on the platform replicates the company motto, “Castle on the Hill” (8213a) (8230a)

Watch office with eight LODD plaques 1926/1933/1961/1972/2000, (and three related to 9-11) 2007/ 2009/ 2014 (8247a)
Picture added on 01 November 2017 at 14:03
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