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Hydrotech-Seattle Fireboats on the SMT Channel

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For anyone interested in Fireboats, there is a show called "Hydrotech" about all different kinds of water related technology. The most recent episode featured Seattle FD Fireboats and a quest to develop, design, and build new fireboats that will serve the city's diverse water fire suppresion and rescue needs. Very cool show

HydroTech: Fireboats

With the very real threat of destructive fires and terrorism, the Seattle Fire Department has embarked on an ambitious plan. They're stocking up with two state-of-the-art, multi-million dollar fireboats that are capable of everything from fourth of July celebrations to being a deterrent to coastal terrorism. Fireboats have a long and proud history - from Shanghai to Seattle, the Great Chicago Fire, and of course, 9/11. We'll see how these floating fire trucks are built, and more importantly, what they can do when disaster strikes.

It's on the Smithsonian Channel (SMT).

Official Website: http://www.smithsonianchannel.com/sc/web/series/730/hydrotech/136136/fireboats

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