Hummer H2 To The Rescue

Posted on Jul 14, 2009 by

Responding to the ever changing
emergency service needs of the growing metropolis of Dubai, the Civil Defence department has
developed a truly unique fire fighting . Investing a considerable
amount of time in research and development, a group of specialists and
technical engineers of the Dubai Civil Defense have customized the unique Hummer
H2 as a fire fighting vehicle.

 “We are extremely excited to be introducing the
first customized H2 fire fighting vehicle to the Middle
East”, said Brigadier Rashid Al Matroushi, Director of Dubai Civil
Defence. “It will bring uncompromising power, incredible performance and unrivalled
fire fighting capabilities to our fleet. It is quite surprisingly like Nothing
Else.”

The Hummer H2 includes a high
tech communication system with operations and field staff, monitoring cameras,
run flat tyres, high pressure water and foam fire fighting system, in addition
to a powerful engine that was designed with an in-built fire fighting mechanism
to ensure continuous operation under extreme conditions.

In addition to the Hummer, Dubai
Civil Defence has also added further Chevrolet Tahoes to its fleet. “We already
have a number of Chevrolet vehicles in our fleet. These heavy duty vehicles
were produced and equipped to suit our needs and have proved to be reliable,
powerful and easy to maintain,” concluded Al Matroushi.

“We are delighted to partner with
Dubai Civil Defence and to be able to help them perform their duties,” said Mervat
Al Wakeel, Fleet Area Sales Manager at General Motors, UAE and Qatar.
“This partnership is of significant importance to us and a testament to our
ongoing commitment to support the community we operate in.”

 

In addition to the Hummer, Dubai
Civil Defence has also added further Chevrolet Tahoes to its fleet. “We already
have a number of Chevrolet vehicles in our fleet. These heavy duty vehicles
were produced and equipped to suit our needs and have proved to be reliable,
powerful and easy to maintain,” concluded Al Matroushi.

“We are delighted to partner with
Dubai Civil Defence and to be able to help them perform their duties,” said Mervat
Al Wakeel, Fleet Area Sales Manager at General Motors, UAE and Qatar.
“This partnership is of significant importance to us and a testament to our
ongoing commitment to support the community we operate in.”

 

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