Video: Pierce Velocity Nonwalk-in Heavy Rescue

This heavy rescue, delivered to the James City Bruton Volunteer Fire Department, Wiliamsburg, Virginia, is built on a Pierce Velocity cab and chassis. This apparatus is designed for structure fire support on the driver’s side and vehicle extrication on the passenger side. Features include vinyl seats to provide an easier wipe down after a call and a wraparound panel controlling items such as the PTO generator. In the rear of the cab, there is storage space for various rescue equipment, including a designated gasoline compartment for equipment such as chainsaws.

CHASSIS

  • Chassis: 70” Velocity® cab with 20” raised roof
  • Seating capacity: 5
  • Overall height: 11’2”
  • Overall length: 37’3.93”
  • GVW rating: 49,800 lb
  • Front axle: TAK-4® Independent Front Suspension, 22,800 lb
  • Rear axle: Dana S26-190, 27,000 lb
  • Engine: Cummins L9, 450 hp, 1,250 torque
  • Electrical: Command Zone™ Advanced Electronics System
  • Safety: Side Roll and Frontal Impact Protection

BODY

  • Material: Aluminum
  • Shelving: Adjustable, up to 500 lb
  • Compartments: Custom equipment storage options

Job No: 33262
Dealership: Atlantic Emergency Solutions

For more information, visit https://www.piercemfg.com/customers/new-deliveries/james-city-county-rescue-33262.

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