Based on the SES Medium Rescue Design, this appliance will carry no firefighting capabilities to ensure it is not tasked to fire operations and remain available for rescue coverage.
This is starting to become somewhat of a trend – get a new appliance, create a great “reveal” video to show it off. This time it’s West Nowra’s turn from the NSW RFS with a reveal video about the latest addition to their station.
Love the creative work going into these, great job.
Across the ditch, Rural and Urban fire services are coming together under one name, Fire and Emergency New Zealand. The new name brings with it a change of roles, responsibilities and powers but on top of that – a new logo!
After we finished wiping away the tears and catching our breath, we tried to work out if this is the greatest way to arrive on scene, or the most embarrasing. Then we watched it again and looked closely at the crew in the cabin…
Derek Quinn was able to have a look over the Rosenbauer B-Type demo appliance that is currently doing the rounds in New Zealand. He got some great photos of the appliance, the lockers, cab and much more. This thing is set up very nicely!
Well, this is something different. Made by a company called Watercar, this mob have designed an amphibious firefighting car – complete with monitor and attack lines. Tag a firie who would buy one for your station…