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>> An E-ONE HP 78 ladder was recently added to the St. Pete Beach (FL) Fire Department (SPBFD) fleet. The department serves 10,000 people on the weekdays and upwards of 30,000 people on the weekends, tending to 62 high-rise buildings on a variety of calls. When configuring its new aerial, the SPBFD needed versatility. The SPBFD originally chose E-ONE because it preferred the design of the ladder, which offered a shorter wheelbase than other bidders. >> HAZMATIQ, a hazardous materials response training company that teaches responders how to think at hazmat emergencies, has joined the Federal Resources Hazmat, EOD, CBRNE centric training team. This acquisition allo...

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