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On-Scene Operation Procedure
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon Erbe Apr 25, 2011.

Worcester, Mass Cold Storage Fire
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Lives in:
Cherry Valley, IL
Cherry Valley Fire Dept
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Health and Wellness
Professional Qualifications:
A few certs

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At 9:49pm on May 13, 2009, Michael Haefner said…
Hey, thanks for the info, I really appreciate it. Ours is a 1990 E-one with a 135ft stick. tops out at 45 though. We rarely use ours as well. Its been cold up here lately, around 40. Denali is about 160 miles south of me but the weather has been random the last few years.
Have fun and stay safe.
At 12:48pm on May 4, 2009, Michael Haefner said…
Hey, quick question for ya. We have a truck that looks near identical to the one shown in picture 8. Supposedly, ours is a prototype and there is only one other similar to it. Just wondering about yours. If you could send me some basic info I would greatly appreciate it. thanks
At 6:27pm on September 4, 2008, Rick Lasky said…
Thanks Brandon. Hit me when you're finished and let me know what you think.

Be safe pal.


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