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November 24, 2017
Apparatus

Engine 41-12

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Engine

This fire is a 2015 E-ONE/Typhoon Class A Pumper with a 1500gpm pump, 780 gal. water tank.

This engine is used to respond first our to all structural fire, AFA and car fire assignements in the district.

This engine is equippend with the normal engine company equipment, as well as Emergency Medical Supplies and an automatic external defibrilator.


Engine 41-11

Engine

This apparatus is a 2007 Spartan/Marion Class "A" fire engine.

This engine has a 1500 gpm pump, 500 gal water tank. This engine's main purpose is to supply water to the firefighters fighting a fire. This apparatus has specialized equipment for many other tasks.

Hydraulic extrication tools are carried to cut open a vehicle to get a person out after an accident. Gas detection meters are used to determine the source of carbon monoxide, or a flammable gas. 

Emergency Medical Supplies and a Automatic External Defibrillator are also carried on this engine.



Ladder 41-45

Ladder

This apparatus is a ladder truck, it is a 2002 E-ONE/Hurricane 100 ft. quint with a 2000 gpm pump, 500 gals. water tank and over a 135' of ground ladders on it.

It is a "quint" because this ladder truck has a pump and water in addition to the aerial ladder. 

The ladder truck also carries normal truck company equipment as well as an asst. of rope rescue equipment.


Ambulance 41-71

 

BLS Ambulance

This ambulance is a 2001 Ford E-350/Wheeled Coach Type III BLS Ambulance
The ambulance carried the standard assortment of BLS EMS equipment and supplies. 
The ambulance responds medical calls as the second out ambulance,  it is not uncommon for there to be more than one ambulance call in the district at a time.
All firefighters are trained to the Emergency Medical Technician Basic level in New York State. 

Ambulance 41-72

 

BLS Ambulance

This ambulance is a 2013 Ford F-350/PL Custom Type I BLS Ambulance

The two ambulances are set up very similarly with a standard assortment of BLS EMS Equipment and supplies.

This ambulance is the first out to all EMS Call in the district, it is not uncommon for there to be more than one ambulance call in the district at a time.

All firefighters are trained to the Emergency Medical Technician Basic level in New York State. 


Staff Vehicle 41-96

Staff Vehicle

This vehicle is a 2008 Chevolet Tahoe

This vehicle is used for many tasks. When a firefighter goes to a training class they may take this vehicle. If a firefighter goes out to inspect a building this vehicle may be taken.


District Chief Command Vehicle 41-97

Chief's Vehicle

This vehicle is a 2014 Chevolet Tahoe

This vehicle is driven by the Chief of the District. The back of this vehicle is set up with a incident command board and multiple radios.

There are also reference books and other materials to aid in managing an emergency.


Staff Vehicle 41-98

Staff Vehicle

This vehicle is a 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 Pick Up with a Cummins Turcbo Diesel 

This vehicle is used for the same purposes as the other staff vehicle.

This vehicle is also used to tow the Fire Prevention Trailer. When flooding occurs in the district it is common for this vehicle to bring small portable pumps around to remove water.


Staff Vehicle 41-97 - Retired

Staff Vehicle - Retired

This vehicle was retired in March of 2014 when the present 2014 Chevy Tahoe was purchased to replace it,  that vehicle is now assigned to and driven by the Chief of the District.

The vehicle prior to being replaced served as the staff vehicle used to run errands around the district and to transport members to classes in and out of the area.


Engine 41-12 - Retired

Engine - Retired

This engine was a 1996 International/E-ONE Pumper with a 1250 GPM pump, 500 gallon water tank and equipped with normal engine company tools/equipment, as well as Emergency Medical Supplies and an automatic external defibrilator.

This fire engine was retired in January of 2105 upon the replacement Engine being placed into service. 

This engine served the district well for 20 years, seeing a lot of calls, as well as doing a 3 day reassignment with a crew to Super Storm Sandy in 2011. 

This Engine served as the back-up engine after the addition of 41-11 which handle all first out calls for any type of emergency. This engine is used to respond with 41-11 to car fires, brush fires, dumpster fires and other outside fires.




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