8 May, 2011 @ 09:15
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Spanish fire fighters pay ITV bill for fire engines

FIREMEN in Estepona have been forced to dip into their own pockets to keep their fire engines on the road.

It has been revealed that fire crews paid 700 euros of their own money to maintain their vehicles after the town hall ran out of cash.

Now, in a further incident, it has emerged that one crew has been banned from using their rescue ladder because their vehicle failed its ITV test (MOT).

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