1988 Mack CF 688FC Quint, all aluminum body, 1,500 GPM Waterous Pump, 500 gallon UPF Poly-tank, 1,000' of 5 hose, a 75' three section R.K. Aerials ladder in three sections with pre-piped waterway, 139' of ground ladders, and a preconnected deck gun curbside.
Under construction, to be delivered Spring 2018.
2015 Spartan Metrostar/U.S. Tanker with a 1,250 gpm pump, 2,000 gallon tank and a 2,500 gallon portable tank. The three air-operated dump chutes in the rear can be operated from the cab or exterior. There are two 3″ ball valves for filling from the rear of the truck, two 10' hard suction lines, and a roof ladder. The apparatus carries a full complement of SCBA packs, portable radios, hand lights, irons, roof hooks, various hydrant and hose adapters, and Speedy Dry.
1989 Mack CF Pumper Rescue with a 2006 Marion built body, 1,500 GPM pump, 600 gallon tank, 1,700' of 5`` hose, 10 KW diesel generator, and Hurst spreaders/cutters/rams pre-connected with a simultaneous pump. The apparatus was procured from the FDNY in 2005 following work at ground zero and the FDNY Fire Academy on Randall’s Island. A piece of the 9/11 wreckage was mounted on a plaque by the FDNY inside the doghouse, where it remains to this day, honoring the lives of the fallen and the many served by this apparatus.
1989 Mack Rescue with a Marion Rescue walk-in style body. Outfitted for heavy rescue, hazmat, mass casualty, and cold water rescue, the truck features a 20 KW PTO generator; light tower; command post; weather station; fax machine; hazmat suits; cold water rescue suits; man in machine kit; Res-Q-Jacks; multiple Paratech airbags, struts and extensions; cribbing; backboards and stokes basket; multiple SCBA equipment; RIT bag; spare SCBA cylinders; MVA toolkit; impact tools; air tools; plasma torches; and a variety of reciprocating saws.
2013 Chevy Tahoe, Chief's car. One of our first response vehicles and often first on scene.
2011 Ford F250 Utility Truck, usually driven by an Assistant Chief or Officer as a first response vehicle.
2003 Chevrolet Suburban, usually driven by an Assistant Chief or Officer as a first response vehicle.
Utility - Polaris
2017 Polaris Ranger 1000, ideal for work in deep brush, heavily wooded areas, confined spaces and at crowded events. The Polaris features a fully enclosed, heated cab outfitted with a dispatch radio, iPad dock, warning lights, scene lighting, fold-forward windshield with wipers, and a winch on front bumper. The custom-fabricated bed holds a 70 gallon water skid with 5 gallon foam cell, 100’ of ¾” hose reel and a stokes basket. The bed also carries 200’ of 1” hose dead pack, shovels, iron rakes and a chainsaw.