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- October 22, 2014: Tender issued for 6 new Mk5 Pumper Tankers.
- October 8, 2014: Tender issued for 1 new Ultra Large Pumper.
- September 24, 2014: Tender issued for 1 new Ladder Platform.
- June 26, 2014: New Mk5 pumper tanker Car 115 enters service as Pumper Tanker 33.
- June 18, 2014: Car 201 involved in major collision whilst en-route to a call as Pumper 1B.
- May 30, 2014: New Mk5 pumper Car 067 enters service as Pumper 31.
- May 27, 2014: Car 391 (Ultra Large 1) returns to service after 18 months offline.
- April 2, 2014: New Mk5 pumpers Cars 062 & 063 enter service as Pumper 39A & Pumper 2B respectively.
- March 14, 2014: New Mk5 pumpers Cars 060 & 066 enter service as Pumper 35A & Pumper 51 respectively.
- May 3, 2013: P47B becomes P39B.
- April 8, 2013: R44 has returned to FS44.
- February 22, 2013: The new HAZMAT - Car 260 has entered service at Fire Station 38.
- February 14, 2013: The new BA Bus - Car 250 has entered service at Fire Station 38.
- December 13, 2012: Decontamination Unit 38 renamed to Hazmat 38.
- December, 2012: The arrival of 9 Mk5 pumpers; Cars 060-068.
- June 12, 2012: R44 has been moved to FS43 and T44 to FS47 due to refurbishment works at FS44.
- June 1, 2012: The new HAZMAT - Car 260 - has been delivered to the MFB.
- April 20, 2012: The new BA Bus - Car 250 - has been delivered to the MFB.
- December 15, 2011: The MFBWiki software has been upgraded. Report any problems here.
- December, 2011: The trial of the Rosenbauer pumper (Car 099) has concluded.
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Pumper 47A and Dandenong Pumper 1 attending an incident in Noble Park, November 2011. Photo by Bobby CERNY.
- The Keys Road Factory Fire started shortly before 9:00 AM on April 18, 2006 in the Select-O-Pedic Bedding factory in Keys Road, Moorabbin. The fire was escalated to seventh alarm and caused an estimated $30,000,000 damage, making it the biggest fire since the Brooklyn Meatworks Fire in 2001.