CFJ Vol. 34.1 Summer 2019

It's Time to Start Thinking About a Drone Program

By now, the news is out: drones are here to stay for public safety agencies, but despite all the talk about these flying sensors in the fire/rescue community, there is still a lack of good information about how, when and why agencies should start these programs.​

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Empowerment as a Leadership Tool

Organizations very often fail due to poor leadership or the inability to lead. Poor leadership can range from toxic bosses, micro managers, fear and retribution, leaders with inadequate skills and neglectful leaders who fail to provide the necessary leadership to the organization. All of these failures result in the impact not only to the organization but more significantly on the most valuable resource the organization has, the individuals who make up the organization.

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How Many More Will Die Before We Learn Best Practices?

There has been a lot of discussion recently — as well there should be — regarding the number of responders being struck at roadway incidents. There are also many people offering their opinion as to the reasons why and several different approaches for preventing these tragedies. 

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Renewable Diesel a Game Changer for Emergency Vehicles

One of the major items for making air cleaner is the reduction of particulate matter and (Nitrous Oxide (NOx).  Most particulate matter comes from compression ignition (diesel) engines — what we run in the modern fire service today.  Original #2 diesel fuels were high in Sulphur content which created copious amounts of block rolling coal soot out of the diesel truck exhaust pipes. Changing the fuel content to ultra-low Sulphur diesel (ULSD) fuels in the early 2000s helped, but still had too much particulate matter being produced and emitted to the air we all breathe.

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Relevant Tags: Apparatus Maintenance

Don’t Take Command, Let It Be Transferred to You

“Engine 7 to Communications.” 

“Go ahead 7.”

“I’m on scene with a 40-foot by 50-foot residential structure.  I’ve got smoke and fire showing from the second floor. Engine 7 Officer will have the command.”

“Copy that.”

This is a normal start of a radio communications for a response to a structure fire response. Let’s fast forward a few minutes.

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Active Shooter/Hostile Event

I want to open this article with saying that this is not going to be your traditional command and control article. I’m not coming from the fire or EMS side of the house talking about the importance of ICS, command boards, flow charts and task lists. Yes, those things are important, but we have a much bigger issue. I’m speaking on behalf of the ones that are out in the trenches getting their hands dirty and in need of the truth. The truth about true teamwork among the emergency services. The ironic side is this is coming from a cop who knows the importance of fire and EMS personnel.

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Hazmat PPE

In the occupational safety arena, a commonly accepted “hierarchy of controls” exists that delineates the type of controls and the specific order in which they are employed to protect workers from hazards. The first method the hierarchy addresses is that of eliminating the hazard entirely.  Next in line is the substitution of the hazard with a less hazardous activity or element. Engineering controls — such as installing guards on a piece of equipment with rotating parts — are next, followed then by administrative controls such as rotating personnel through the hazardous process to reduce the amount of exposure for any one employee. The final control is the use of personal protective equipment (PPE). The use of PPE is the last control in the hierarchy because it is the least effective method by which to protect employees. As hazardous materials responders, we are unlike our general industry counterparts in that for the vast majority of the time we do not have the luxury of utilizing any of the controls other than the use of PPE due to the very nature of our emergency response activities. The proper selection and use of hazardous materials PPE is therefore often the only thing that separates us from sheer disaster and should be treated with the importance and respect with which it is due. 

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Hazardous Materials Certifications

Very few of you reading this article joined the fire department to respond to hazardous materials incidents. Most members of Hazardous Materials Teams, this author included, didn’t join the fire department to respond to hazardous materials emergencies either. Yet all of us in emergency services — including our brothers and sisters in law enforcement and EMS — have some sort of hazardous materials certification? Why is that and just what does that certification mean?

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Landing Zone Considerations For Helicopter Operations

It has been a while since I reviewed proper considerations for selecting and setting up helicopter landing areas, otherwise known as landing zones (LZs), for helicopters serving your service areas. 

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Public Safety Dive Medics

Every year a public safety diver dies in the United States. In most cases proper EMS care was not present at the time of the emergency. Public safety diving is the only duty that the training environment is just as dangerous as the actual mission undertaking.

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Design Elements that Stay Within Budget

As a Design-Build General Contracting firm, we have three main goals when we enter negotiations with an owner:

  1. Design a station that will last 50 years for the current and upcoming generation to live and work in.
  2. Build a station that is within the budget the owner gives us to work towards
  3. Make money for our company.
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My New Fire Station

One of the first steps to take in the construction of a fire station facility is to establish your budget. The cost of building a new station can vary depending on many factors, including the type of roof (screw down or standing seam) and the type of overhead doors (sectional, bi-folding). The expenses of site work and meeting code requirements are often overlooked by owners. Early code reviews will aid in site planning and estimating.

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Construction Pricing and What You Can Expect Through 2019

Every couple of years, I look back with amazement at where the constructions costs of fire/rescue facilities have been, and where they are going.  I realize that I’m getting old, but I’m reminded just how old I’m getting when I look back at the construction cost of the fire stations our firm designed in the 1970s.

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Making Informed Decisions

(Note: This draft is part two of a survey of the Northland FPD commissioned by the chief but is also intended for the voting public the District serves. The agency will be asking for a District wide property tax instead of individual community’s tax.)

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Public Information Officer on an Incident Management Team

As written previously, I have served on quite a few Incident Management Teams (IMT) as a Public Information Officer (PIO) over the last few years. Unfortunately, I have served in the capacity of a PIO for a public safety line of duty death far more than I ever anticipated. While I am proud and appreciative, that various agencies from across the state know of me and ask for my assistance when presented with a very sad, tragic, dynamic and historical event, I often wonder, if one day my requests for my services would ever slow down. 

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Stop the Bleed!

If you are reading this, you have likely heard about the Stop the Bleed campaign that is being conducted nationwide. Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and a call-to-action to provide bleeding control (BCON) training and equipment to bystanders and professionals that are not in the medical fields and empower them to help in a bleeding emergency before medical professionals arrive. 

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President Proposes, Congress Disposes. We Hope

On paper the federal budget is a systematic process that follows an established timeline in which both the President and Congress fulfill certain fiduciary responsibilities before the start of each fiscal year. But we all know that the federal budget process is anything but a smooth exercise in fiscal management. Since 1977, Congress and the White House have completed their work on all 12 appropriations before the start of the next fiscal year just four times: 1977, 1989, 1995, and 1997. The likelihood of the legislative and executive branches completing their work before the start of the next fiscal year, which begins on October 1st, appears anything but promising.

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EMS Providers Become Health Navigators, Not Just Technicians

EMS providers are the new leaders in healthcare. Today many hospitals, and physician groups, are no longer local and are owned by large groups often based in other states. Even worse, more and more communities have lost their local hospitals. Gone are the days when most physicians live in the community where they practice or were employed by locally-based organizations. EMS agencies are some of the last healthcare organizations which are based locally and where the providers live in their communities. This grassroots connection to the community in which they serve makes these agencies more in tune and more responsive to their communities’ needs. In order to fulfill this new leadership role in their communities, EMS providers will need the ability to function as more of a health navigator, and not just a technician. EMS providers are rapidly entering a world where even higher standards of professionalism and education will be required for them to meet their full potential.

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Are You Considering Starting a Fire-Based Transport Service? Think Again

Wow.  Summer is back in full force, especially here in Columbia!   Make sure to look out for yourselves, your partners, and especially your patients. Once you feel thirsty, it’s almost too late to start hydrating.  Drink enough that you’re using the bathroom way more than normal, your body will thank you for it.  As an added bonus, by staying hydrated, you reduce your chances of having a kidney stone exponentially, and THAT’S a big deal, ask anyone who’s ever had one.

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Kings Mountain Fire Department

Department Name: Kings Mountain Fire Department

County: Cleveland 

Type Department: Municipal, Combination

ISO: 4

Number of Stations: 2

Number of Apparatus: 9

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Relevant Tags: North Carolina Station Profile

City of Newberry Fire Department

Department Name: City of Newberry Fire Department  

County: Newberry

Type Department: Combination

Structure: Combination Career - Volunteer

ISO: 2

Number of Stations: 2

Number of Apparatus: Pumpers: 4 Aerials: 1 Specialty: 2

Do you provide EMS? No

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The Meaning of Life v.1.1

When I started to think about this article I realized this thought comes only at a certain point in life. Here are some indicators:​

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Crossword Puzzler

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Camden FireFest Kicks off Fire Prevention Week

Each year, the Camden FireFest brings a sense of community and pride to our city that is unique to others.

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Skills vs. Fitness

“Another one for the toolbox!” If you have been involved with the fire service you have most likely heard something like this, but for those of you that are not in the fire service, the toolbox is just referring to the knowledge and skills that a firefighter is responsible for developing and carrying with them throughout their career. In this toolbox you will find many things, some as simple as where a certain street is in their district or how to do CPR, to more complicated things like how to set up rigging and ropes for a high angle rescue or the ignition temperatures of different building materials. Throughout one’s career this toolbox gets bigger and bigger with the hope that when something unexpected happens they can come back to some skill or knowledge that they have stored in that “toolbox” to complete the task at hand. The skills and knowledge in this toolbox are ones that are always evolving and can always be worked on.

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KIMTEK FDHP-300 Series Fire rescue slip on skid units for pickup truck beds and flatbeds

Our FIRELITE® Transport FDHP-300 series skid units are made for budget minded departments looking for a quality, low cost brush truck to add to their fleet of apparatus. These no nonsense wildland firefighting slip on skid units will get the job done on road or off road. They are designed to have a low profile and low center of gravity. The FDHP-300 series has a rescue capability to carry a patient in off road rescue situations. Available in 125, 160 and 200 gallon configurations.

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Beaches® Turks and Caicos

Escape to a paradise with five villages in one magnificent resort designed for families to reconnect. Boasting the architecture and ambience of the Caribbean, Italy, Key West and France, Beaches Turks and Caicos gives first responders and their families unparalleled options to enjoy their getaway.

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Clyde Fire Department

Clyde Fire Department

Pierce Saber Pumper w/Cummins L9, 450 HP, 1250 lb.-ft. engine, 45,000 lb. GVWR, 19” extended front bumper, Allison 5th Gen 3000 EVS P, aluminum hose bed.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Northview Fire Department

Northview Fire Department

Pierce Enforcer Pumper w/Cummins L9, 450 HP, 1250 lb.-ft., 46,500 lb. GVWR, Oshkosh TAK-4 front suspension, 19” extended front bumper, Waterous CSU 1500 GPM pump.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Central Surry Fire Department

Central Surry Fire Department

Pierce Enforcer Pumper w/DDC DD13, 505 HP, 1750 lb.-ft. engine, 70” cab w/10” raised roof, Husky 12 single agent foam system, Waterous CMU 1500 GPM pump.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Wilson Fire-Rescue Department

Wilson Fire-Rescue Department

Pierce Velocity 100’ Platform w/DDC DD13, 525 HP 1850 lb.ft. engine, 100’ aerial platform, 26” extended front bumper, Hale QMax-200 2000 GPM pump, 82000 lb. GVWR.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Southern Pines Fire and Rescue

Southern Pines Fire and Rescue

Pierce Impel Pumper w/Cummins L9, 400 HP engine, 46,500 lb. GVWR, Oshkosh TAK-4 front axle, 1000 gal. tank, Allison 5th Gen, 3000 EVS P with Prognostics.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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New Hanover County Fire Service

New Hanover County Fire Service

Pierce Enforcer Pumper w/Cummins L9, 450 HP, 1250 lb.-ft. engine, Oshkosh TAK-4 front axle, 46,500 lb. GVWR, 19” extended front bumper, Aluminum hose bed.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Wilmington Fire Department

Wilmington Fire Department

Pierce Velocity Pumper w/Cummins L9, 450 HP, 1250 lb.-ft. engine, Oshkosh TAK-4 front axle, 500 lb. GVWR, 19” extended front bumper, Waterous CSU 1750 GPM pump.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Wilmington Fire Department

Wilmington Fire Department

Pierce Velocity Pumper w/Cummins L9, 450 HP, 1250 lb.-ft. engine, Oshkosh TAK-4 front axle, 43,500 lb. GVWR, 19” extended front bumper, Waterous CSU 1750 GPM pump.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Town of Clayton

Town of Clayton

Pierce Enforcer Pumper w/Cummins L9, 450 HP, 1250 lb. ft. engine, 26” extended front bumper, Hale QMax-150 1500 GPM pump, side roll and front impact protection, 3000 EVS P.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Fayetteville Fire Department

Fayetteville Fire Department

Pierce Impel Pumper w/Cummins L9, 450 HP, 1250 lb.-ft. engine, 50,500 lb. GVWR, 19” extended front bumper, side roll and front impact protection, Allison 5th Gen, 3000 EVS P.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Fayetteville Fire Department

Fayetteville Fire Department

Pierce Impel Pumper w/Cummins L9, 450 HP, 1250 lb.-ft. engine, 50,500 lb. GVWR, 19” extended front bumper, side roll and front impact protection, Allison 5th Gen, 3000 EVS P.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Kinston Public Safety

Kinston Public Safety

Pierce Velocity 100’ Platform w/DDC DD13 525 HP 1850 lb.-ft. engine, 100’ aerial platform, Oshkosh TAK-4 front axle, 26” extended front bumper, Pierce 1500 GPM pump.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Albemarle Corporation

Albemarle Corporation

2019 Ford F-550 10 Ft. Multi-Purpose Responder w/power stroke diesel engine, HPX200-B18 Hale with 18 HP Briggs and Stratton engine pump, 300 gal. UPF poly tank.

Provided By Anchor-Richey EVS, Inc.

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Charlotte Fire Department

Charlotte Fire Department

2019 Chevrolet 3500 Foam System and Nozzle-Flatbed with stainless piping, custom flatbed design, LED light package.

Provided By Anchor-Richey EVS, Inc.

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Northeast Guilford Fire Department

Northeast Guilford Fire Department

2018 Kenworth T880 Tanker with ISX12 500 EV, 4000 EVS 5-speed transmission engine, 1500 GPM Darley PSM pump module, 3000 gal. UPF poly “T” tank, Onspot chains.

Provided By Anchor-Richey EVS, Inc.

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Spout Springs Emergency Services

Spout Springs Emergency Services

2019 Ford F-350 Brush Truck w/power stroke diesel engine, HPX300-B18 Hale w/18 HP Briggs & Stratton engine, 250 gal. UPF poly “T” tank, Elkhart front deluge system.

Provided By Anchor-Richey EVS, Inc.

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Boone Fire Department

Boone Fire Department

2019 Ferrara Cinder Pumper w/Ferrara chassis, Cummins 450 HP engine, 1500 GPM Hale pump, 750 gal. poly tank, 3/16 extruded body, 28’ OAL built for work!

Provided By C&C Fire Apparatus

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Ocean Isle Fire Department

Ocean Isle Fire Department

2018 Ferrara Inferno HD 107’ Aerial w/Cummins 550 HP engine, 1500 GPM Hale pump, 500 gal. poly tank, 3/16 extruded body, heavy duty aerial, special design 2.5” rear pre-connect.

Provided By C&C Fire Apparatus

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Salisbury Fire Department

Salisbury Fire Department

2018 Ferrara Inferno MVP Pumper w/Cummins 500 HP engine, 2000 Hale pump, 750 gal. poly tank, 3/16 extruded body set up to be a hazmat pumper.

Provided By C&C Fire Apparatus

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Salisbury Fire Department

Salisbury Fire Department

2018 Ferrara Inferno HD 100 Mid Mount Platform w/Cummins 600 HP engine, 2000 GPM Hale pump, 300 gal. poly tank, 3/16 extruded body, tool compartment behind rear door.

Provided By C&C Fire Apparatus

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Tryonota Fire Department

Tryonota Fire Department

2018 Ferrara Cinder Pumper w/450 HP Cummins engine, 1500 GPM Waterous pump, 1000 gal. poly tank, rescue pumper, coffin boxes, access ladder with landing, cord reel front bumper.

Provided By C&C Fire Apparatus

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Clover Volunteer Fire Department

Clover Volunteer Fire Department

2018 Rosenbauer RXT Commercial Side Mount Pumper w/Freightliner chassis, Cummins ISL9 engine, 1250 GPM Waterous pump, 1000 gal. water/20 foam UPF tank, EZ-climb ladder.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Dillwyn Volunteer Fire Dept.

Dillwyn Volunteer Fire Dept.

Rosenbauer FX Commercial Top Mount Pumper w/Freighliner M2 106 chassis, 1250 GPM Waterous pump, 1000/20 gal. UPF tank, backup camera, 10KW hydraulic generator, light tower.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Fuquay-Varina Fire Department

Fuquay-Varina Fire Department

Rosenbauer FX Custom Wetside Tanker w/Rosnebauer Commander chassis, Cummins ISL 400 HP engine, 500 GPM Waterous pump, 2000 gal. UPF tank, front airbags w/RollTek system.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Midway Volunteer Fire Dept.

Midway Volunteer Fire Dept.

Rosenbauer CT Commercial Side Mount Pumper w/Freightliner M2 106 chassis, Cummins ISL 350 HP engine, 1500 GPM Waterous pump, 1250/20 gal. UPF tank, 2 telescopic LED scene lights.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Mocksville Fire Department

Mocksville Fire Department

Rosenbauer EXT Custom Side Mount Pumper w/Rosenbauer Commander chassis, Cummins ISL9 450 HP engine, 1500 GPM Waterous pump, 1000 gal. UPF tank, air bags with RollTek.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Pitt County Emergency Management

Pitt County Emergency Management

2019 Medallion PL Custom Type III Emergency Vehicle w/Ford E450 Super Duty chassis, 6.8L Triton V10 gas engine, 170” Medallion body, super insulation and sound deadening package.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Ridgeway Volunteer Fire Dept.

Ridgeway Volunteer Fire Dept.

Rosenbauer FX Commander Custom Side Mount Pumper w/Cummins ISL9 450 HP engine, 1250 GPM Waterous CMC20 pump, 1000/20 gal. UPF tank, backup and side facing cameras.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Salem Volunteer Fire Dept.

Salem Volunteer Fire Dept.

Rosenbauer FX Commercial Side Mount Tanker w/International 7500 chassis, Cummins ISL9 380 HP engine, 750 GPM Waterous pump, 2500 gal. UPF tank, 3 electric Newton Dumps.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Sanford Fire Department

Sanford Fire Department

Rosenbauer Commander Custom Side Mount Pumper w/Cummins ISL9 450 HP engine, 1500 GPM Waterous CXC20 pump, 500/30 gal. UPF tank, cab EMS cabinets/access inside or out.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Southport Fire Department

Southport Fire Department

Rosenbauer FX Custom Commander Side Mount Tanker w/Cummins ISL9 450 HP engine, 1500 GPM Hale pump, 2000/30 gal. UPF tank, Foam Pro system, booster hose reel.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Saint Paul Volunteer Fire Dept.

Saint Paul Volunteer Fire Dept.

Rosenbauer FX Commercial Side Mount Rescue Pumper w/Freightliner M2 106 2-door chassis, Cummins ISL9 350 HP engine, 1500 GPM Waterous pump, 1000/20 gal. UPF tank.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Yadkinville Fire Department

Yadkinville Fire Department

Rosenbauer FX Commander Side Mount Custom Tanker w/ISC12 500 HP engine, 2000 GPM Hale QMax pump, 3000/30 gal. UPF tank, wireless Firecom, Zico hydraulic drop tank rack.

Provided By C.W. Williams & Co.

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Aurora Rescue Squad Inc.

Aurora Rescue Squad Inc.

2019  Wheeled Coach Ford F-450 4x4 Ambulance Model 2019 w/6.7L diesel engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Bridgeton EMS

Bridgeton EMS

2019 Wheeled Coach Ford E-450 Ambulance w/6.8 L gasoline engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Florence County EMS

Florence County EMS

2018 Wheeled Coach 3170 Model Ambulance w/Ford E-450 chassis, 6.8 L gasoline engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Havelock Fire-Rescue-EMS

Havelock Fire-Rescue-EMS

2019 Wheeled Coach Model 3170 Remounted Ambulance w/Ford E-450 chassis, 6.8L gasoline engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Hookerton EMS

Hookerton EMS

2018 Ford E-450 Marque Remounted Ambulance w/6.8L gasoline engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Lenoir County EMS

Lenoir County EMS

2019 Wheeled Coach Model 3170 Remounted Ambulance (2) w/Ford E-450 chassis, 6.8L gasoline engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Macclesfield Rural Volunteer Fire Dept.

Macclesfield Rural Volunteer Fire Dept.

2018 Toyne Pumper/Tanker Fire Engine w/Freightliner chassis, diesel engine, 1250 GPM Hale pump, 1250 gal. poly tank, extended front bumper, “Q” siren, front discharge.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Nash County EMS

Nash County EMS

2019 Wheeled Coach Remounted Ambulance Model 3165 w/Ford E-450 chassis, 6.8L gasoline engine. Four ambulances remounted.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Onslow County EMS

Onslow County EMS

2019 Wheeled Coach Model 3170 Ambulance w/Ford E-450 chassis, 6.8L gasoline engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Vital Care EMS

Vital Care EMS

2017 M2 Frontline Ambulance with Chevrolet chassis and 6.0L gasoline engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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WakeMed Health & Hospitals

WakeMed Health & Hospitals

2019 Wheeled Coach Model 9200 Mobile Intensive Care/NICU with Kenworth chassis and Cummins diesel engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Washington-Tyrrell County EMS

Washington-Tyrrell County EMS

2018 Wheeled Coach Ambulance (2) Model 3170 with Ford E-450 chassis and 6.8L gasoline engine.

Provided By Select Custom Apparatus, Inc.

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Bennettsville Fire Department

Bennettsville Fire Department

2019 E-One Custom Rescue Pumper, Typhoon X medium cab w/58” CA, Cummins L9 450 HP w/EVS 3000 engine, Hale QMax 2000 GPM single stage pump, 1250 gal. “R” water tank.

Provided By Safe Industries

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Dunn Loring Fire Department

Dunn Loring Fire Department

2019 E-One Cyclone II Pumper, X Long Cab w/67.5” CA, Cummins L9 450 HP w/EVS 4000 engine, 1500 GPM Waterous single stage pump, 750 gal. “T” water tank w/ 40 gal. foam cell.

Provided By E-ONE

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Elizabeth City Fire Department

Elizabeth City Fire Department

2019 Typhoon Custom Rescue Pumper Long Cab w/67.5” CA,  Cummins L9 450 HP engine, 1500 GPM Waterous CSU single stage pump, 750 gal. “R” water tank w/30 gal. cell.

Provided By Fire Connections

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Fairfax County Fire and Rescue

Fairfax County Fire and Rescue

2019 E-One Custom Rescue Pumper w/ Cyclone II X Long Cab, Cummins X12 500 HP engine with EVS 4000, 1500 GPM Waterous CSU single stage pump, 690 gal. L water tank.

Provided By Matheny Fire and Rescue

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Hanahan Fire Department

Hanahan Fire Department

2018 E-One Custom Pumper Typhoon Medium w/58” CA, Cummins L9 450 HP EVS 3000, 2000 GPM Hale QMax single stage pump, 1030 gal. “R” water tank.

Provided By Fireline, Inc.

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Robersonville Volunteer Fire Department

Robersonville Volunteer Fire Department

2019 E-One International 7400 Tanker w/2-door 4x2, Cummins L9 350 HP engine, 1250 GPM Hale QFlo single stage pump, 1830 gal. “T” water tank.

Provided By Fire Connections

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Roper Volunteer Fire Department

Roper Volunteer Fire Department

2019 E-One International 7400 Commercial Tanker, 2-door 4x2, Cummins L9 350 HP engine, 1250 GPM Waterous CS single stage pump, 1830 gal. “T” water tank.

Provided By Fire Connections

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Virginia Beach Fire Department

Virginia Beach Fire Department

2018 E-One Cyclone Stretched Long Cab Pumper w/74” CA, Cummins L9 450 HP w/EVS 3000 engine, 1500 GPM Waterous CSU single stage pump, 780 gal. “T” water tank.

Provided By E-One

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Winterville Community Fire Department

Winterville Community Fire Department

2018 E-One eMAX Rescue Pumper w/Typhoon Extended Cab, Cummins L9 450 HP engine, 1500 GPM E-One single stage pump, 500 gal. “R” water tank w/30 gal. cell for Class A foam.

Provided By Fire Connections

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Richland County Emergency Services

Richland County Emergency Services

2018 Rosenbauer EXT Pumper Side Mount Body, Rosenbauer 96” Warrior chassis, Cummins 9L 425 HP engine, 1500 GPMHale DSD pump, 100/20 poly tank, EXT lifetime body.

Provided By South Carolina Fire Apparatus

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Santee Circle Rural VFD

Santee Circle Rural VFD

2018 Ford/CET flat bed aluminum body Brush/EMS QRV w/Ford F550 EXT cab chassis, diesel 6.7 V8 engine, 250 GPM CET PFP-21 HP DSL-MR pump, 300 gal. poly tank, Toyo oversize tires.

Provided By South Carolina Fire Apparatus

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South Fork Fire and Rescue

South Fork Fire and Rescue

2018 Smeal Pumper/Tanker w/Peterbuilt chassis, Cummins 380 HP engine, 1500 GPM Hale pump, 1800 gal. UPF tank, Smeal AL-12 wiring harness, Smeal custom hydraulic ladder rack.

Provided By Atlantic Coast Fire Trucks

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Bostic Volunteer Fire Department

Bostic Volunteer Fire Department

2020 Marion Body Works Custom Top Mount Pumper/Tanker w/aluminum body, Kenworth chassis, Paccar PX-9 380 HP engine, 1250 GPM Hale QFlo Plus pump, 1500 gal. poly tank.

Provided By Anchor-Richey EVS, Inc.

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Mebane Fire Department

Mebane Fire Department

2019 F350 Ford QRV Bruch Truck w/gas engine, 135 GPM @50 PSI Hale HPX75-B18 pump, 225 gal. UPF poly tank, front deluge system, remote start, custom side compartments.

Provided By Anchor-Richey EVS, Inc.

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La Grange Fire Department

La Grange Fire Department

2020 Midwest All-Poly Series 1800 Tanker-Pumper w/Freightliner chassis, Cummins L9 engine, 1000 GPM Darley LSP PTO pump, 1800 gal. polypropylene tank, special length (25’ 4”).

Provided By Midwest Fire Equipment

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New River Volunteer Fire & Rescue

New River Volunteer Fire & Rescue

2020 Midwest Fire All-Poly Series 3000 Tanker-Pumper w/Freightliner chassis, Cummins L9 350EV HP engine, 1500 GPM Waterous CSU 1500 Split Shaft Pump, 3000 gal. polypropylene tank.

Provided By Midwest Fire Equipment

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Stewart Simmons VFD

Stewart Simmons VFD

2020 Midewest Fire All-Poly 2000 Gallon Tanker-Pumper w/Freightliner chassis, Cummins L9 350EV HP engine, 500 GPM Hale AP50 PTO Side Kick pump, 2000 gal. polypropylene tank.

Provided By Midwest Fire Equipment

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Winchester Fire and Rescue Department

Winchester Fire and Rescue Department

Pierce Enforcer Aerial, HD 105’ Ladder, DDC DD13, 505 HP, 1750 lb-ft engine, 72,000 lb. GVWR, side roll and frontal impact protection, 18” stablizer pentration, HiViz lighting.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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Greensboro Fire Department

Greensboro Fire Department

Pierce Arrow XT Pumper w/Cummins ISX12, 450 HP engine, 47,000 lb. GVWR, 22” extended front bumper, single stage Hale pump, aluminum “New York Style” hose bed.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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County of Rockingham, Bridgewater FD

County of Rockingham, Bridgewater FD

Pierce Enforcer Pumper w/DDC DD13 505 HP 1750 lb-ft engine, 47,000 lb. GVWR, 750 gal. tank, Akron 8000 series valves, aluminum hose bed.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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High Point Fire Department

High Point Fire Department

Pierce Arrow XT Tiller w/Cummins X15, 565 HP, 1850 lb-ft engine,73,300 lb. GVWR, 16” extended bumper, Akron 3480 StreamMaster II Electric w/extended vertical travel nozzle.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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City of Monroe Fire Department

City of Monroe Fire Department

Pierce Enforcer Pumper w/Cummins L9 450 HP, 1250 lb-ft engine, 47,000 lb. GVWR, 750 gallon tank, FoamPro 1600 single agent with 30 gallon tank.

Provided By Atlantic Emergency Solutions

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