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Fire Apparatus eNews March 2012

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In this month's eNews, learn how the latest revision to NFPA 1911 aims to improve fire truck safety, and get the lowdown on Rosenbauer's new cab and chassis.

In addition, check out the featured videos to see a wide-angle view of a 4-alarm fire as well as the video proof of whether or not a firefighter can pull a fire truck.

The FR1 Team

FR1 Exclusive
NFPA 1911-2012 addresses
apparatus maintenance
By James E. Johannessen, FR1 Contributor
The 2012 edition continues to improve upon the safety of the vehicle for the safety of firefighter and the public it protects. Keep apparatus in top shape
The Apparatus Bay
Rosenbauer steps into the chassis market
By FR1 Staff
After a two-year research and development phase, the company decided to manufacture its own cab and chassis at a newly rented factory. Building the vehicle
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