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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

HME CAL FIRE Type 3 Engines featured at 2012 Firehouse World Exposition

HME CAL Fire 34C
This HME 34C CAL FIRE Initial Attack Truck is destined for duty in Riverside County after the conclusion of this year's 2012 Firehouse World Exposition in San Diego, California.
HME was quite literally at the center of the 2012 Firehouse World Exposition in San Diego, positioned in Booth #1537. With such a central location, at the hub of the San Diego Convention Center, action swirled around HME fire trucks during the five day show which concluded this February 23rd.
This year’s Firehouse World Exposition drew over 5,000 visitors – including firefighters, friends, family and spectators. In addition to the display of the latest in fire apparatus and equipment, the Firehouse World Expositionalso offered a wide range of hands-on training exercises as well as seminars.
In addition to HME 34C fire trucks (pictured above), destined for CAL FIRE service with Riverside County and Anaheim fire departments, HME also featured its affordable SilverFox™ Custom Pumper, HME Type I Interface, and the versalite HME Type 6 MUV.
If you’re interested in learning about more about HME CAL FIRE trucks and other great HME fire apparatus built for battling wildfires in the wild, wild west take a look a these past HME blog posts here and here.


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