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News - November 14, 2012

Fire trucks go paperless

by Dave Boyce

Firefighters often have reading to do as they're heading to a situation. It could be a hazardous materials spill or a fire safety inspection of a building or a traffic accident involving a Prius, which may present an electrical hazard when trying to extract a victim. To review procedures for these situations, the cabs of fire trucks have long been equipped with informational binders and books, but that's changing.

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