The left rear compartment is considered the primary extrication compartment, but the front bumper is also equipped with two pre-piped hydraulic reels with two extrication tools hooked up and ready to go.
In this edition of Compartment Corner, we are going to look at the two compartments on the officer’s side of Truck 37’s apparatus.
Here is a simple trick of the trade that firefighters can use to help them know where the outriggers will land - yet another use for a common tool that they will almost always have on hand. MICHAEL N. CIAMPO
CLICK ABOVE FOR A GALLERY OF THIS RIG’S COMPARTMENTS >> By Mike Ciampo Columbus New Jersey is an unincorporated community located in Mansfield Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. Columbus is the main business district of the township and is also home to its main government offices. The town was originally called Black Horse after a...
These are some of the logos that help keep morale, unit identity, and pride strong at the Stratford Fire and Rescue Department.
Just behind the crew cab doors and under the interior rear seats is a transverse compartment that has small compartment doors on each side of the apparatus; these are the only non-roll-up compartments on the rig.
Rescue Engine 92 is a 1996 Pierce Saber with a raised roof and top-mounted pump panel with high-side compartments on the driver side and low compartments on the officer side.