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Rescue Pump


SV12 AZC is an Ex-Grampian Fire and Rescue Service rescue pump manufactured by EmergencyOne on a P280 chassis. 

The vehicle is stationed at Fraserburgh Fire Station and is the second out operated on a retained-duty basis.


(962) 2012: Appliance is newly allocated to Central fire station as one of the first two pumps to have Scottish Fire and Rescue markings, they also have a saltire on the front of the pump to celebrate the upcoming 2013 merger.

(962) 2012: Saltire is removed from pump after complaints of it being offensive.

(752) 2015: Appliance is re-allocated to Inverurie fire station.

(R32P7) 2016: Following the 2013 amalgamation of all eight Scottish fire and rescue services the appliance callsign is updated to a national standard.

(R27P7) 2020: Appliance is re-allocated to Inverurie fire station.


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