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  1. I asked the same question about R-213 sometime ago and was told it was a designated ready reserve, which doesn't make any sense being ID' as 213. if it is indeed a ready reserve wouldn't it be ID' as 613?
  2. Does anyone know how Rescue's 805, 813, 838 and 882 are staffed, how many hours per day their in service and the time of day their in service?
  3. Has Rescue 36 been re-assigned to station 48, and Squad 48 to station 36? I noticed that Squad 48 is now at 36's in the bay where Rescue 36 once parked and Rescue 36 is no where in sight @ 36's, it's been that way for about a week or so now.
  4. Rescue 900 Is stationed at station 9, they have had 2 ALS and 2 BLS Rescues for quite some time now.
  5. E-77 To E-25 and E-98 to E-298.
  6. waterguy, do you happen to know where the engines that are receiving one of the knew KME's are going to be reassigned to.
  7. Waterguy, Do you happen to know any of the assignments or have they not been decided yet?
  8. has the LAFD received any of the 15 KME's from the latest order and does anyone know where they will be assigned to?
  9. that's quite an interesting Water Tender For LACoFD.
  10. So with the possible purchase of a new USAR Rig for 88's should we assume that their current rig will go to 27's, 85's or 89's. and if that happens is there talk of replacing the two remaining USAR rigs that are gonna be 15 years old real soon?
  11. Yeah i knew Of Truck 10 having the smart siren, that's why i was asking about the upgrades on other apparatus, and i saw the you tube video of R51 the other day. thanks for the info.
  12. So is the smart siren gonna be the standard electric siren for all new and future LAFD Apparatus only? or is all the newer apparatus eventually going to be upgraded with the smart siren also?
  13. On The Doa Structure fire i believe LAPD handles the calls for the coroner. and as far as the request for a tow. i think they just request a tow from their radio ops.
  14. I Live In 48's In the Harbor right near Providence San Pedro Hospital, and I see quite often or have seen quite often just about every ALS rescue in the harbor blow right through residential stop signs during code 3 patient transports, perfect example being the intersection of Alma St. & 7th St. aswell as others enroute to that hospital, quite dangerous for all involved.