Thanks to last year’s chicken dinner, the Plymouth Fire Department was able to mod an H1 into a fire-fighting tool used for brush fires.
We’ve seen some rescue-type Humvee/HUMMER H1 vehicles in the past, but never with sprayers like this. Given all the brush fires we’ve seen in Texas this year, this doesn’t seem like a far fetched idea.
Creative execution, especially with a $10k budget – though I think I’d rather be behind the wheel than in that racing seat with the garden hose in the back.
Full story from the Mansfield News Journal