The Lynwood Fire Department purchased this Crown Snorkel in 1964 where it first served as Truck 1.
It was originally powered by a Hall-Scott 1091 gasoline engine with a 5-speed manual transmission and was fitted with a 75 foot Snorkel with pre-piped waterway and carried Crown Coach serial number F1347.
As pictured above, this Snorkel is used as a training rig for the Compton Fire Department.
Photo above shared by Brett Boukather from eBay and photos below shared by Donald Pogue.
F1347 was heavily vandalized during the 1992 Los Angeles Riots but was still considered a viable piece of equipment to the department despite her age.  She was sent to E-One where she was rebuilt, fitted with modernized lights and painted red.  One of the items that E-One was unable to replace were the curved windshields unique to Crown Firecoaches.
As can be seen in the comparison photo above, the shop did a very clean job of retrofitting available windshield glass to the rig.
F1347 in action at the 3 Alarm Lynwood High School fire which occured on January 23, 1980.  Caption on the back of the photo states that the fire was contained in about 3 hours and there was a 2.5 million dollar loss to the Administration Offices, Library, and 8 Classrooms.