The Hickory Creek Fire Department said someone stole diesel fuel for their fire trucks, reports 5 News Online. Hickory Creek Fire Department asks if anyone has information about the vandalism and theft to call (479) 756-1303.
The Naugatuck Fire Department will get a new aerial ladder truck costing $1.4 million, reports Republican American. The borough is buying a 100-foot-long Pierce Ascendant Mid Mount Aerial Ladder Truck from Firematic Supply Co. The truck is expected to arrive in early fall.
A woman was struck by a Haddonfield Borough fire truck while crossing Kings Highway East on foot, reports Patch.com. The fire truck was not responding to an emergency at the time, police said. The woman was taken to Cooper University Hospital with serious injuries. Her condition remains unknown. A public safety official said the fire...
Two Manchester fire trucks and a pickup truck collided. Nine people were taken to the hospital and financial implications from the accident could be expensive, reports New Hampshire Union Leader. The crash has severely damaged the two fire trucks and they may be beyond repair. Replacing both could cost the city between $1.6 million and...
Redwood (NY) Fire District rescue-pumper. Monarch cab and chassis; Cummins L9 450-hp engine; Hale Qmax 1,500-gpm pump; 1,000-gallon polypropylene water tank.
The volunteer fire department will go through six to eight weeks training on the truck before placing it in service.
The cab/chassis is a Pierce Velocity model with seating for 5 and 3 rear-facing EMS cabinets. Two cabinets are mounted on the left- and right-side walls of the cab, and one is center-mounted on the cab floor.
Marion Body Works built this custom pumper for Howlett Hill (NY) Fire Department on a Spartan chassis and cab, powered by a Cummins 500-hp diesel engine, and an Allison 3000 EVS automatic transmission.
Chesterfield VFD, Oakdale, CT, Tanker. International HV613 cab and chassis; International A26 475 HP engine; Darley PSP 1,250 gpm/Fruitland 500; Firovac polished aluminum vacuum 2,600-gallon tank.
When spec’ing its new wet rescue, the Wixom (MI) Fire Department chose an 18′ aluminum SVI body mounted on a 15″ raised-roof Sutphen 62″ four-door chassis.