Should Chauffeurs Get Fire Safety Training For Stretch Limos?

Posted on May 29, 2013

WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Limo drivers from different companies went to the Wilmington Fire Station on Market Street Sunday, to learn what to do in case one of their cars catches on fire.Drivers say the limo fire in California that killed five women, including a bride-to-be, left many in shock.

WCET-TV Channel 6 Video and news report here.

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  • Steve Walker

     | about 7 years ago

    A 5lb is a pretty bulky item to mount securely in the rear of a 120. I cannot think of any surface one would fit. Designing them into new builds would be a good option. But then how many passengers would be proficient at operating one. I would like to find out how effective the aresol spray can extinguishers would be in an auto fuel fed fire. Easier to mount and anyone would know how to use a spray can.

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