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Chrissss, I think you will find that the article is only talking about the placement of the brigaes and how long an initial turnout will be. Wether due to relocation of the brigade or downgrading as the case in perth. Any area with any service getting two multiple alarm calls will always stretch res...
- Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:47 am
- Forum: Ambulance and paramedic services
- Topic: RESCUE 651/652 Observations
- Replies: 411
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Bay 107. lower levelgkoutlis wrote:Where abouts were you Bomber?bomber wrote:also flew over subiaco oval this afternoon in a northerly direction. Sorry jj dont know what time, was busy watching the football
Gents, Quick question these new urban tankers for Joondalup, Canning Vale and the other stations that have this appliance are they a 1.4 or a 2.4? I keep hearing on the radio when i'm on station calling off as a 2.4 They are 2.4s built specifically for staff to replace there ageing and current 2.4s...
The HSR is the current version of the GPA. What they replace the older GPAs with (eg Armadale, Rockingham & Secret Harbour VFRS') is uncertain but I would bet it would be the HSR or a Country Pumper appliance as they both seem to be FESA's favourites currently. On a different note the career staff ...
- Fri Jul 18, 2008 10:19 am
- Forum: DFES/DBCA
- Topic: Major structure fires (3rd alarm and above) 2008/2009
- Replies: 240
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And I say again. Its ESL 1 area, not in those particulart vols area and It is up to the SOO of the comms centre to decide wether to send them or not. Does not matter that its an ESL 1 area. That just means that the primary response should be from a career station. Take a look down south. Both Kwina...