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On Wednesday the 14 September 2016, our Wilderness Rescue Base received their brand new Mitsubishi Triton 2,5L Turbo Diesel 4×4 Rescue Vehicle. Phil Ress from Head Office drove up to hand over the vehicle to Robert Van Helsdingen from Station 23 Wilderness who received it on behalf of their crew.Phil Ress and Robert Van Helsdingen Phil Ress and Robert Van Helsdingen.
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