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The World’s Smallest Working Firetruck

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Short but sweet — both the video and the firetruck! This quick peek at what might be the world’s smallest working firetruck was filmed in Nobleton, Ontario, Canada in 2012. Have you seen a smaller one?

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Related listening with VPR’s But Why podcast for kids: Why is Fire Orange? Philadelphia firefighter Lisa Desamour answers kid questions.

And previously on TKSST: More videos about firefighters.

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