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snowdog
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Action Airbourn

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Coming in for a landing
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Re: Action Airbourn

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haha, that was like that for almost 4 hours. Here is my photo of it.
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Anyway it seems that they didn't want to tow it so they just jacked it up with that beast of a truck and fixed it on the spot... certainly quite a scene.

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Re: Action Airbourn

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You were in the right place at the right time for this picture. Is that the only tow truck that ACTION have got for towing broken down buses ?

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Re: Action Airbourn

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Renault PR180.2 wrote:certainly quite a seen.
Or perhaps even a 'scene'.
DarrenH wrote:Is that the only tow truck that ACTION have got for towing broken down buses ?
Darren, can I suggest you read the ACTION article in Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACTION) - so that you can stop asking questions that are answered elsewhere.
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Re: Action Airbourn

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ZIB-585 wrote:
DarrenH wrote:Is that the only tow truck that ACTION have got for towing broken down buses ?
Darren, can I suggest you read the ACTION article in Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACTION) - so that you can stop asking questions that are answered elsewhere.
Handy link there but there was no answer elsewhere in that article about how many tow trucks ACTION have got ?

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Re: Action Airbourn

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Under fleet:

There are an additional 2 Renault PR100.2 (MkI body) which are exclusively used for driver training and a fleet of mini buses (Hino AC and Mitsubishi Rosa) used for special needs transport. ACTION also operates a single Mack tow truck.
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