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Alausi Bomberos (Firefighters)
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No: 20031   Contributor: Rob   Year: 2009   Manufacturers: Ford, Mercedes-Benz   Country: Ecuador
Alausi Bomberos (Firefighters)

Small town in southern Ecuador. The fire service runs on donations from Californian fire departments in the US. Shown is their rescue truck and medium pumper.
Picture added on 16 October 2009 at 09:27
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The pumper is a Mercedes Zetros, not commonly found outside South America. Like many pumpers in the region, it is configured along North American lines, although there are several (mostly used) European units in service too.

Added by Rob Johnson on 11 March 2018.
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