What agency(s) use White heads or corners in their Liberty bars?

Im wondering what agency- seeing who would know...
Somewhere in the SE(Florida most likely or close) uses White LIN6 heads and/or LIN12 corners in their Whelen Liberty bars and wondering who knows who uses them. Someones got to know!!...Thanks in advanceScreenshot_2019-02-02-13-31-53.png
 
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octoberguy77

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This is a horrible photo but this was a Palm Beach Fire Rescue SUV that was all white to at least the rear.

Didn’t catch what brand lightbar when it passed us.
Interesting...I wonder what theyre running. Maybe someone in that area knows and will comment.
 

coop359

Member
I’m from Illinois originally. The tollwayused white red corners in their light bars. Tri-State FPD has white and red corners. Not all we’re liberty’s
 

pdk9

Veteran Member
Interesting...I wonder what theyre running. Maybe someone in that area knows and will comment.
Palm Beach County currently runs dual color legacy lightbars on command vehicles, but they do not have clear corners (red/green corners, red/clear & red amber inboards....green is for command steady burn). The only exception is the Special
Ops Batt Chief vehicle, which is a Code 3 lighting package. Older command vehicles from PBCFR were strictly all red liberty bars.

Why are you thinking it was from Florida? I haven’t seen any Libbys with clear corners on in Florida (although I’m guessing we’ll see a lot more clear corners with the newer dual color bars, since they have clear to come on as alleys)
 

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