Argentina

The fleet of fire engines consists mostly of vehicles from both Europe as well as the United States. In addition, there are quite a few self-made vehicles on duty. It's a common thing that rigs from different countries are united under one roof. A fact, that makes the fire fighting task sometimes rather difficult. Reason why innovation and initiative in the techniques as well as on the "job" are here extremly important. Hydrants do not exist. A fact that urges the fire department to keep usually more then just one pumper ready or to purchase even big water tankers. By the other hand, ladder trucks or elevating platforms are hard to be found.

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