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  1. I'm not sure, but Engine 12 is also out of service as today it got a call and I decided to go to it, cause i heard a whelen siren, and Pump 46 was at the call.
  2. I was reading back, this may be a late reply but I got a video of ladder 1 responding here:
  3. Another question, I passed by Station 12 on July 26, around 3-4pm. I was on highway 8, approaching the Fortinos and the big shopping mall. Outside of the station, I saw Engine 41 ( Spare ) And Rescue 90 ( spare ). I already know why R90 is there ( R12 Is out of service for a crash ), but why was there E41 there? Is E12 also out of service?. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Also, HFD posted this on twitter about P6: The Hamilton Fire Department is pleased to announce that the first of our new Urban Pumpers is now in service at Station 6, Barton and Wentworth Streets. This pump provides improved maneuverability and functionality for firefighters. @cityofhamilton #StrongForYou
  4. Mkay thanks. Did you get this out of a website? if so can i have the link?
  5. So guys I just figured out about that post, I think R12 is out of service. I had not seen it for so long, and I just saw R90 pass by again. When I check the twitter its ''R12'' responding to a structure fire.
  6. Another question, yesterday last night, I heard a engine pass by. I thought it was a spare engine, as R90 has a siren that sounds like the siren I heard. Apparently, that was R12! R12 always had an EQ2B, on Twitter, it said: NEW | F19020085 | MEDICAL | Loc: 0 Block KING ST W SC @ WARDROPE AV/WALKER AV /CN: 38 KING WEST APTS | Units: R12 | 06/03/19 22:17. The siren I heard sounded like R90's siren. I have no idea what siren that is though. It kinda sounded like this video:
  7. Does anyone know the siren that the police department uses? I believe its a Quebec siren. Oh and just to let you guys know Hamilton fire department has an automated twitter, it says what they respond to: https://twitter.com/HFD_Incidents
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