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Engine 83, a 2017 Pierce Impel PUC rescue-engine.
The Kodiak struts are stored on another fold down tray shelf.
The bottom pull-out shelf has the Genesis hydraulic tools mounted on it.
Air bags and protective pads are stored in vertical bins to the right of the shelves.
On the right side of the compartment, are two slots that hold the auto extrication bracket and extra rechargeable batteries.
Canvas bags are stored by the oil dry piping making it easy to retrieve them when needed.
To deploy absorbent at a scene, a canvas bag is placed beneath the rig, below the discharge port and filled with material.
The front cab doors are labeled with the department's logo.
The upper portion of the rescue body has large gold leaf labels.
This nice 9-11 tribute graphic is located on the rear compartments' roll-up doors.
The front grille of Engine 83 has Old Glory painted on it.
The rear view of Engine 83 with safety chevrons and ladder access to the upper section of the rig and a TFT Blitz Fire appliance.
The back step's roll-up door compartment door has the high school emblem attached to it.
An overview photo of the right front extrication and tool compartment.
The top fold down tray with its equipment: tool bags, angle cribbing and air control box.