With the addition of 4G modems to PRO-VISION® video recording systems, users can use a 4G connection to easily track their fleet vehicles, receive event notifications and access cameras views—all in real time.
Part 2 of the Dave Traiforos fire apparatus photos from New Haven, Indiana.
The department’s Squad 27 operates very uniquely with a two-piece company: a rescue engine and support vehicle both built by Alexis on Spartan chassis.
Pittsburgh Public Safety warned drivers about yielding to emergency vehicles by sharing dash camera video, reports Pittsburgh’s Action News 4. The video shows a truck behind a stopped car at the intersection going around the car, which put the truck in the path of a firetruck crossing the intersection while it had its lights and...
The Steinbach (Manitoba) Fire Department has taken delivery of this wet heavy rescue. The truck is built on E-ONE’s Typhoon cab and chassis with a 20-foot extruded aluminum body. The wet rescue features a 500-gpm Waterous pump. The walk-in rescue seats 10 firefighters. For more information, visit www.e-one.com.
Lieutenant Steven Lawrence, PIO for St. Petersburg Fire Rescue has announced that the department has received three new specialty fire apparatus.
The six recently ordered apparatus include three custom pumpers, one SPH 100 midmount aerial platform, one hazmat apparatus, and one heavy rescue apparatus.
Following a regular schedule assures that training, inspection, and exercising of gear and equipment has taken place.
Technical rescue, urban search and rescue (USAR), and hazmat trucks must carry specialized rescue equipment that often is not seen on typical municipal rescue trucks. At times, the type and size of such specialized equipment require apparatus manufacturers to craft custom spaces on their trucks to accommodate them.
Apparatus manufacturers have gone to great lengths in their efforts to provide storage solutions for fire departments that have special, and sometimes unusual, needs in housing the equipment they want their rescues to carry.