Fire Trucks will also be scared if explosions or gunfire occur on their arrival. Fire trucks in the GTA series tend to feature a high-powered deck mounted water cannon that is not only capable of putting out fires that are burning alone or burning pedestrians or cars especially from GTA III on-wards , but is also equally capable of pushing pedestrians back. Vice City rendition, but with red-colored rims. Vice City, where its appearance is unique with smaller rear section and what appears to be two lamps facing at either side. The Firetruck employs several detailings on its bodywork, including extra lamps on the roof, a ventilation unit on the cabin and partially-exposes hoses on the rear unit. This model was not carried on GTA: Also, NPCs does not seem to make use of the water cannon when driving the vehicle. In GTA IV, the water cannon can easily push any light vehicles and eventually kill a pedestrian; although this must be done for a prolonged period of time. The barrier was built using steel and concrete, moulded into shape It measured 24ft seven metres wide, was buried 18 inches 46cm into the ground, and weighed a staggering 50, lbs 22,kg -the equivalent to two armoured cars. All versions have almost the same details and paint schemes, with the exception of GTA: The Firetruck, being operated by the Los Santos Fire Department , still assumes the design of the Grand Theft Auto IV rendition, but the color pattern has been changed, now with a predominant red color with white stripes at the bottom, while the red color on the rims are no longer present.