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Rescue 1/Seagrave Heavy Rescue Gallery

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Rescue 1/Seagrave Heavy Rescue

Rescue 1 built a heavy rescue truck for Wheaton (MD) Volunteer Rescue Squad on a Seagrave Marauder chassis with a Cummins 500-horsepower diesel engine, an Allison 4000 EVS automatic transmission, and a Command Light tower. (Photo courtesy of Rescue 1.)

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Rescue 1/Seagrave Heavy Rescue

The Wheaton heavy rescue is one of six units in the county that respond to every working fire, one on first alarm, and the second as RIT (rapid intervention team.) (Photo courtesy of Rescue 1.)

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Rescue 1/Seagrave Heavy Rescue

Access to the Rescue 1-built heavy rescue for Wheaton is through a rear entry door or through the six-firefighter crew cab. (Photo courtesy of Rescue 1.)

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Rescue 1/Seagrave Heavy Rescue

The Wheaton rescue has three winches: a 12,000-pound Warn electric winch, a 20,000-pound Warn hydraulic winch, and a 9,000-pound Warn portable electric winch that connects to receivers on the side of the rescue. (Photo courtesy of Rescue 1.)

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Rescue 1/Seagrave Heavy Rescue

The interior storage areas of the Rescue 1 heavy rescue for Wheaton (MD) Volunteer Rescue Squad are protected by nylon netting. (Photo courtesy of Rescue 1.)

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Rescue 1/Seagrave Heavy Rescue

The crew cab area has two forward facing seats, two rear facing seats, and seats for the driver and officer. (Photo courtesy of Rescue 1.)

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Rescue 1/Seagrave Heavy Rescue

Wheaton (MD) Volunteer Rescue Squad carries a number of Hurst hydraulic rescue tools preconnected to reels and power plants. (Photo courtesy of Rescue 1.)