A few months ago (many months) Firehouse magazine showcased a department with a new type of apparatus. The vehicle looked like a large engine (tandem axle) but had the full function of a ladder company. It carried mostly ladder company tools and few engine company tools. It also had a new name that i hadn't heard before, and today some fellow firefighters and I were talking about different apparatus and i remembered this one but do not remember what it was called. I know it wasn't quint or squad, but quad does sound familiar. Does anyone remember the article and what this truck was called??
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02-14-2010, 09:50 PM #1
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Double combination pumper: Pump and hose, no water tank
Triple combination pumper: Pump, hose, and water tank
Quadruple combination pumper: also known as a quad, pump, hose, tank, and a ladder trucks compliment of ground ladders
Quintuple combination pumper: also known as a quint, pump, hose, water tank. a ladder trucks compliment of ground ladders, and an aerial device“The person who risks nothing, does nothing, has nothing, is nothing, and becomes nothing. He may avoid suffering and sorrow, but he simply cannot learn and feel and change and grow and love and live.” Leo F. Buscaglia
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