Meet FR-9, the Los Angeles (CA) Fire Department’s New Rapid Response Vehicle

All photos via: cbslocal.com

The Los Angeles (CA) Fire Department is using a new rapid response vehicle, FR-9, to patrol Venice, reports cbslocal.com.

FR-9, a fully equipped paramedic unit with a 150-gallon water tank, will respond to medical emergencies and small fires. Because of its size, it can get to smaller fires or medical emergencies in a more efficient manner than a larger engine.

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