Latrobe Fire Station in Tasmania show off their great custom Cleveland Lay setup. They are running dual Cleveland lays on their appliance, with custom made shoulder straps. In addition to those custom straps, they had custom bags designed and made to use for structural firefighting.
In what has been dubbed the “Great Tasmanian Doughnut Heist of 2019”, Hobart firies have done the unthinkable. They successfully made entry in Hobart Police Station, located a box of Doughnuts and literally did a runner!
Last year we posted about the benefits of the “Cleveland Roll” or “Cleveland Lay”, particularly when used for structure fires or fires in confined spaces. The roll is also immensely useful for bush fires where you are unable to roll out hose due to the thickness of the scrub or the terrain you’re working in. Have a look at this video of it being used at a recent fire in Tasmania!
Have a look over New Norfolk 3.2 CAFS Tanker from the Tasmanian Fire Service, thanks to Sam Maxwell.
Firefighters from Taroona VFB undertook a series of training scenarios involving both LPG cylinders and car fires.