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SVFD had the first fire of the year on January 2nd, around 9 pm, dispatch recieved a emergency call from the mobile commandpost of the SVPD.

During a training of a barricaded suspect, by the SWAT division, the armored van pulled up the front yard of a abandoned house just outside StuddsVille.

The driver and a on board SWAT team, heard a loud bang and saw smoke coming from the engine compartment.

All on board exitted the vehicle without injury.

The command post immediatly requested FD on scene.

Squad 31 and Battalion 3 responded to the scene.

On scene the crews found the front of the SWAT van completely engulfed in flames.

Squad 31 immideatly started an agressive attack with the onboard CAFS and Husky system.

Due to the intense heat and heavy armor on the van made fighting the fire very difficult, so BC 3 asked Tanker 3 on scene for additional foam capability.

At 9.17 pm the big Tanker arrived on scene, and helped with the fire.

After more then an hour of cutting away the armor plating and a few flameups flare-ups the fire was put under control by laying a big foam blanket over the van.

At 10.23 pm the fire was confirmed out and the cleanup begun.

The fire crews went home at 10.52 pm, after the van was towed away.

Cause of the fire was a technical failure, and the SWAT van was written off.

No further injuries where reported.



Comments

 I made it 
  January 10, 2011
Quoting James Kontoules I really like the cabover police truck, Nice work! You really do a great job on lettering your rigs as well! I can't wait to see the new brush truck in real bricks and running an incident! Good work!
The SWAT truck is the command truck set, only i rebuilt it to a single axle truck with the original stickers. And im saving up some money to buy 2 of those brush trucks, and i am planning to make a brush fire and a Studdsville Fire and Rescue services open day.
 I like it 
  January 10, 2011
I really like the cabover police truck, Nice work! You really do a great job on lettering your rigs as well! I can't wait to see the new brush truck in real bricks and running an incident! Good work!
 I made it 
  January 10, 2011
Quoting Justin Fisk This is great, you come up with the most creative incidents.
Thanks Justin, And most incidents are based on calls i do on the job, this one was based on a armored transport truck on fire in my district, and we had a lot of trouble with it.
 I like it 
  January 9, 2011
This is great, you come up with the most creative incidents.
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  January 9, 2011
Oh i thought they were brickarms i have bunch just WWII guns, again nice job on the incident-Paulo R.
 I made it 
  January 9, 2011
Quoting Paulo Rodriguez Well sounds like its time to get a new a swat van!!!!! hehehe, but i noticed those guns on the SWAT team, are they lego???-Paulo R.
Yeah, PD is negotiating with DoD for a new armored vehicle. And those are Brickarm weapons, just google it, and you will find more info there.
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  January 9, 2011
Well sounds like its time to get a new a swat van!!!!! hehehe, but i noticed those guns on the SWAT team, are they lego???-Paulo R.
 
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