Los Angeles City (CA) Fire Department Unveils Robotic Firefighting Vehicle

Photo: Linkedin, Assistant Chief Wade Smith

The unit is called the RS3, and it is a robotic firefighting vehicle, and it was recently unveiled by the Los Angeles City (CA) Fire Department. From a release on the department’s Facebook page, the unit is a Thermite RS3, a robotic vehicle that can perform multiple functions, especially at complex and extended commercial and industrial fire incidents where it can be used to keep firefighters out of harm’s way.

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The RS3 was purchased and donated to the Department by the LAFD Foundation. It will be assigned to a Downtown fire station as part of an Urban Search and Rescue component.

According to https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/, the unit was placed in service a few hours before its official unveiling at a multialarm fire.

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