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    We are currently looking into buying a new fire truck, we want crew cab pumper ( contender or something like that ) But we have to prove what the department benefits would be at the officers meeting and then (even worst) to the city meeting. I want to know how it helped your department to have a crew cab pumper. We are also thinking of putting our jaws of life on that truck. Please i really need your help.. Any stories, comments and/or feedback is really really welcomed.

    Thanks in advance for all stories, feedback and comments.

    Charle Chiasson
    FF, Fire Prevention Officer, Instructor

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    need help

    I am not sure if you had any other replies, but how else does your dept. get FF's to the scene? By having a crew cab it ensures more personell are on the appartus to do the job. If you are also putting rescue equipment on this appartus you will have the needed man power for the initial response. having a crew cab also lets you start initial fire attack with 2 in 2 out. I hope this helps.

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      Crew Cab Justification

      In addtion to the comments posted, having this cab arrangement allows fire fighters to don SCBA enroute to the fire, thereby enabling a quicker response upon arrival. The cab configuration allows for a safe operating zone for your operator. It allows the operator to get out of the elements and enables the operator to communicate more effectively with command and the interior team. In extended operations, it can be used a mini rehab location allowing fire fighters to warm up/cool down as required.

      I hope this helps.

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