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Durham and Darlington’s BWC
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No: 40926   Contributor: Phil Davison   Year: 2018   Country: United Kingdom
Durham and Darlington’s BWC

Ex LFB. Now with Durham and Darlington Fire Service. Based at Spennymoor.

Picture taken last year on local CFS event.

I am driving lol
Picture added on 17 May 2018 at 11:01
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Phil:

What's it like to drive "on the bell"?

The reason I ask is that we have a lot of big 11, 000 and 12, 000 liter tandem axle tankers here in the US, and they have a very unfortunate safety record.

Although they represent only about 15% of the national fire truck fleet, they are involved in over 70% of accidents - including a large number of single vehicle rollover incidents.

By the way, I was born and grew up in Darlington, but we had nothing like this back then!

Added by Rob Johnson on 17 May 2018.
Ordered by London FB but never commissioned these due to safety concerns. See picture #31132.

Added by Petros on 19 May 2018.
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