Join Editor Chris Mc Loone for an unboxing and demonstration of the TurboPierce: a lightweight piercing system for ultra-high-pressure firefighting.
Check out this video from a recent fire muster in York County, PA. Fire apparatus from a variety of eras are represented.
The Lewis-Arriola (CO) Volunteer Fire Department chose a 12′ aluminum SVI body mounted on a Ford F-550 4×4 SuperCab chassis, which houses a 6.7L Power Stroke turbo diesel engine.
This apparatus will be used to train industrial firefighters from across the world at the Brayton Fire Field in College Station, Texas.
For its first aerial, the Winterville Fire-Rescue-EMS chose an E-ONE HP 100 Aerial Platform to meet the needs of its growing community.
The PUC™ Pump configuration allows the department to maximize storage space and reduce the length of the apparatus.
Ladder truck responding to a fire collides with an ambulance transporting a heart attack patient.
The Marseilles (IL) Fire Protection District recently took delivery of a 22-foot custom heavy rescue built by Alexis Fire Equipment on a Spartan Gladiator chassis.
Summit (CO) Fire & EMS chose a 14-foot aluminum SVI body mounted on a 10-inch raised-roof Spartan Gladiator chassis.
The department chose the Arrow XT and added TAK-4® Independent Front and Rear Suspension. Since this apparatus will be serving as a rescue, the tandem axle was chosen for increased load capacity for rescue equipment, added braking capacity and improved winter driving.