This recently delivered Toyne/Spartan 1,500/750 pumper is in service with the Wayne (NJ) Fire Department.
This Alexis Fire Equipment tanker was delivered to the Ravenna Area (MI) Fire Department. It's built on Kenworth cab and chassis and features a 1,500-gpm pump.
Monee (IL) Fire Rescue's Tower 55, a Pierce Arrow XT rear-mount platform, is shown operating at this Beecher (IL) two-alarm fire.
The Raisin Squad preaches about the effectiveness and “nationwide acceptance” of large high and slow flashing lights on school buses as well as similar sized alternating flashing lights at railroad crossings. Of course, we have zero scientific data or substantiating testing results to prove the theory. Our presumption is most motorists think like us and if they don’t, they should.
Tim Olk was on scene at this commercial building fire in Hammond, Indiana. He took these photos of aerials in action.
Read about how this island community with a summer population of 2,000 designed a unique vehicle for its fire suppression needs.
Check out these drone shots of retired Chicago firehouses.
Check and test all your equipment on the apparatus prior to placing it into service. Make sure your equipment is mounted and located in a way that makes it easily accessible in time of need. You can have a well-equipped rig, but make sure it functions the way you need it to.
The Arcola (IL) Fire Protection District has taken delivery of this top-mount pumper built on a Spartan Metro Start raised-roof cab and chassis.
This heavy rescue delivered to the Woodlands Township (TX) Fire Department is built on a Pierce Velocity cab and chassis.