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Slough Fire Rescue Service
England

Slough fire and rescue crew take a short break from cleaning cars for charity. This station is part of the Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service which has 18 stations, 11 of which are crewed 24 hours. Having taken the time to pose for me I felt I had to let them clean my car and donated.

Copyright: Andrew Cole
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