Truck 12-4-1 is a 2008 Ford F350 4x4 four door. This vehicle was purchased with the funds secured with a FEMA Grant by the Fire Company. The main duty of this vehicle is for brush/grass fires and for fire police. The apparatus is capable of transporting 5 firefighters and is equipped with 500 GPM CET pump skid unit and 225 gallons of water.
The truck has a removable front and rear mounted 8000 lb winch, carries 4 poly Indian Tanks and has a 200 ft. hose reel with an Akron Nozzle.
During the winter months, the skid unit will be removed and a high style cap and a V-plow will be put on to help clear the station and driveways that may be impassible during alarms. These options were also part of the FEMA Grant.
2006 Kenworth T300
Tanker 12-2-2 is a 2006 Kenworth T300. This truck is equipped with a 500 gallon per minute portable pump and 2300 gallons of water. There is one portable-pond located on the truck, which holds 2500 gallons of water. This truck is used strictly as a tanker and has three ten inch Newton dumps located in the rear, and each side of the truck. This truck was purchased as a demo in November of 2007 from VRS of Clifton Park, NY. 12-2-2 is our third truck out for all structure fires and is utilized as our mutual aid tanker when called.
2004 Chevrolet Suburban
Rescue 12-3-1 is a 2004 Chevrolet Suburban purchased used this past year. Its main function is EMS calls. 12-3-1 is equipped with multiple EMS equipment such as oxygen, AED, and a suction machine. This vehicle is capable of carrying 5 members.
Engine 12-1-2 is a 2002 Rosenbauer with a Central States body. This apparatus has a 2000 gpm pump and carries 1000 gallons of water.The pump panel is enclosed and the cab has seating for six firefighters, a driver and an officer. The truck is equipped with CAFS Foam Pro system that has 40 gallons of Class A foam. There are five Viking ISI 4500 SCBA packs and a TNT extrication set of tools for auto rescues. 12-1-2 is our second out truck for all structure fires and first out for MVA's.
2001 American LaFrance
75' Ladder with a 1500 GPM and 500 gallons of water.
Engine 12-1-1 is a 1998 International with a Central States body purchased from Wildefire Apparatus in Mayfield. This apparatus has a 1500 gpm pump and carries 1500 gallons of water. The pump panel panel is enclosed with seating for three firefighters, a driver and an officer. The truck is equipped with CAFS Foam Pro system that has 40 gallons of Class A foam. There are eight Viking ISI 4500 SCBA packs and an ISI Thermal Imager on board. 12-1-1 is first out truck for all fire alarms in our district and also is used as our mutual aid engine.
1987 GMC Top Kick
Engine/Tanker 12-2-1 is a 1987 GMC Top Kick with a 4-Guys body. This truck is equipped with a 1000 gallon per minute front-mount pump and 1500 gallons of water. There are two portable ponds located on the truck, one holds 2500 gallons of water and the other holds 3000 gallons. This truck is used as a tanker, but can be utilized as an engine if needed. There is one six inch "quick dump" located in the rear of the truck. 12-2-1 is fourth truck out for all structure fires in our district. This truck was purchased new in 1987 with Chief George Rossi at the helm.
Initially requested at 0128 hours to standby in station while Broadalbin FD was en-route to a possible structure fire. While en-route firefighter on scene confirmed working structure fire. Broadalbin ...
Requested to respond at 1435 hours for a tanker by Mayfield FD to the scene of a fire at the end of Stewart Rd in the Town of Mayfield. 12-2-2 responded and dumped 3 loads of water. Perth was also req...
Initially dispatched at 1842 hours to standby in station for Broadalbin FD while they were at a structure (chimney) fire. While en-route to standby, 2-5-1 requested an engine and manpower to respond t...