|Quoting Dublinspotter (Reply 1):|
Wow I wasn't expecting that! what could have caused the vehicle to overturn??? Too fast??
|Quoting usafret (Reply 4):|
and it was totaled. But to give them credit, they got it upright and over the next few months they completely repaired and rebuilt the truck and put it back into service.
|Quoting rcair1 (Reply 5):|
Huh? Totaled means the cost of repair exceeds the cost of replacement. You don't repair a totaled vehicle - you sell it for parts.
|Quoting BMI727 (Reply 6):|
The fire department would have gotten the check and kept the truck and repaired it themselves, which may not be unreasonable if enough similar ones were totaled.
|Quoting abrown532 (Reply 8):|
It wasn't a Fire Truck, it was one of the fire jeeps, or "Scout Vehicles", possibly had a blowout during a friction test possibly.
|Quoting BMI727 (Reply 3):|
I'd guess a highish center of gravity combined with carrying large amounts of sloshing liquids, despite probably having baffles.