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Vehicle Technology - Concerns of today & tommorrow


Vehicle Technology - Concerns of today & tommorrow

Exchanging information on today's vehicle technology issues and preparing for tommorrow's concerns. Vehicle construction & materials, safety systems, patient management and motive power even vehicle fire concerns - chime in fellow rescuers!

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Comment by Chris Fleming on March 2, 2013 at 8:59am

Our SOGs states a charged hose line be present whenever we are involved in an extrication due to the possibilty of a sudden fire.  If the fire starts because of ignition of flammable liquids, wouldn't make more sense to have a dry chemical extinguisher on hand?


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