Fighting Fire Trucks
Follow the flashing lights and wailing sirens, grab a hand-line or a pike pole, and get ready to discover the up-close and on-the-scene action of Fighting Fire Trucks! Larry Shapiro offers this colorful look at the many different types of fire trucks in use today, including pumpers, aerials and tankers, and the personnel who man them. Filled with details of specialized rescue squads, foam and forest fire units, and a full chapter on airport fire fighting. See them in the heat of the action!
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