December 2004
Fire Chief;Dec2004, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p70
Trade Publication
Presents examples of hazardous materials response vehicles designed to meet specific needs. Freightliner FL112 tractor used by the Riverside County Fire Department in Southern California; Command and support units used by fire departments of Fremont, California and Dallas, Texas.


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