An ex FRNSW Firepac was spotted in NSW working for the NBN. It looks like it’s undergone some serious modifications. You can still see the outline of the stickering on the door.
Category: Australian Fire news
Crews were responded to a fire in a scrap metal yard which quickly escalated to an 8th alarm, drawing appliances from all over Sydney. We’ve got exclusive photos and videos from multiple stations and sources.
S.A.M is designed to open and close valves, set pressures, select intakes for water and alert the crew if there are problems – it can also set different delivery pressures on multiple hose lines. All of this can be done remotely, so the pump operator can be mobile and not be tethered to the pump.
When you tell people that you are a firefighter, be it paid or volunteer, there is one thing that is almost difficult to explain. The “Brotherhood” – a bond that transcends gender, ethnicity, service and country. Being supported by your fellow firefighters through tough times is part of what makes “the job” so great.
Fire & Rescue NSW were responded to a reported building fire on Nuwarra road, Moorebank in Sydneys south west. The fire was in the ducting and the roof space of a restaurant. Crews used both ground ladders off the appliances as well as the ladder platform to extinguish the fire.
There’s no denying that Rosenbauer make some fantastic fire appliances – but this paint scheme with that chassis looks utterly amazing!