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  • yes, after going back and looking the Residential Fire does require it but what I was going for was that more fire calls should include that stuff. And yes, most of the time it as engine responding to a call like that but if there is no available engine then you should be able to still respond to the call with another truck.

  • Your location should help determine the type of calls you have. You aren't going to have a tractor or harvester fire in the middle of the city. You should also be able to send different units to certain calls. For instance, if you have a carbon monoxide alarm then you should be able to send a rescue truck, Hazmat unit, or a platform truck to the scene to check it out. Depending on the department, those units would be able to respond and handle those calls correctly. And just like you have a maxi…