In the United Kingdom, each county has its own county fire brigade. For West Sussex this is the West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service. They have 25 fire stations in their county and three of them are equipped with a heavy rescue tender. They are allocated in Chichester, Crawley and Worthing. Seen here is Crawley's one, a Scania P270 with crewcab from 2008 built by John Dennis Coachbuilders. On the back it has a Hiab crane.