Cavette, Chris
December 2004
Fire Chief;Dec2004, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p66
Trade Publication
Reports on features of trailers that have been increasingly used by fire departments because of the low cost, high capacity and versatility of functions they offer. Doubling as hazardous materials units; Command and communications facilities; Mounted generator-light units; Mounted foam tankers; Mobile cache of medical supplies and equipment; Decontamination equipment; Use as training units.


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