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Apparatus Fire Station 71 is the phantom of the LAFD

This will be my last post on the topic “What happened June 25, 2009”.
Draw your own conclusions.
You can search endlessly, but real photos of the fire station apparatus 71 after June 25, 2009 I had only seen 13 June 2010, as I have already written.

As you may remember the side number of ambulances is 11803 and the license plate number 1261551.

The database http://www.laconfire.com/ only ambulance, tail number 11700 (???).

For example in RA5 tail number 11802, and 11800 in RA3. That is presumably the machine with the number 11803 should not belongs  fire station number 71.

June 25, 2009 appeared on the Internet this video:

No sooner or later. Interesting coincidence. Probably for us to understand the size and internal snap the car.

And I’m just saying.

I found a very interesting finds on the Romanian site http://sites.google.com/site/whereismichaeljackson/ambulanta. Please use the translator.
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  1. 01.10.2011 at 1:40 pm

    The number you see on the back of the ambulance the 11800 is the Shop Number assigned to that that number is used to keep track of the vehicles history assignement, repairs, milage etc. The shop number has nothing to do with what station the unit is assigned to.

    • 01.10.2011 at 8:58 pm

      Thank you for your comment. Just the number seen in the photo, and I have a list of license plates of some of ambulances, which I found on the Internet.
      For example
      RA73 (11806) 1242847
      RA88 (11818) 1261556
      RA81 (11810) 1279520
      Please note, that the number of bodies are not repeated.

  2. mr man
    19.11.2011 at 4:09 am

    Mr Manor is correct. The shop number is assigned by the L.A.F.D. supply and maintance “shops”. They assign the vehicle identification number at time of purchase to keep track of the vehicle history.The “shop number” has nothing to do with the fire station number.In fact it is common for vehicles to be rotated around from busy stations to slow stations to increase the service life of a vehicle.

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