At some point, the threats associated with the pandemic will be within acceptable controls. When that happens, departments need to be ready to return to trainings regardless of what the “new normal” is.
Photographer Tim Olk was on scene and captured these images of the fire and a number of fire apparatus operating at this South Holland, Illinois, collision repair shop.
Royce Horton with Tactical Fire takes you through a walk-around with Wakulla County Fire/Rescue's new Toyne Pumper.
This engine features the Pierce Enforcer cab/chassis with seating for five and a forward-facing cabinet mounted on the left wall of the cab. The apparatus is constructed of standard aluminum with side roll and frontal impact protection.
The Bronson (MI) Fire Department had Rosenbauer build a commercial chassis top-mount pumper on an International chassis and four-door cab, powered by a Cummins 350-hp engine and an Allison 3000 EVS automatic transmission.
This video highlights the features of this new MCB 10-foot walk-around rescue mounted on a 2019 RAM 5500 4x4 chassis.
Alexis Fire Equipment recently delivered this pumper featuring a 1,500-gallon tank and 1,500-gpm Waterous pump.
The rig's cab features a 10-inch raised roof and has seating for six firefighters, with two more jump seats at the ready.
Montgomery County (PA) units responded to a technical rescue involving a tree into a structure.
The officers felt him harmless, figuring he would be a reliable vote for whatever “they” wanted—providing he didn’t ask any of the “stupid” questions he was known for.