A fleet of 3 2006 Dodge Durangos are utilized by our Chiefs for rapid response to
all alarms. Each car is equipped with incident command boards for emergency operations,
as well as a full set of medical gear, including Lifepak 500 defibrillators.
Engine 806 is a 1998 Pierce-Quantum Rescue Pumper. It is the workhorse of the fleet,
responding first due to all Fires, Hazmat Incidents, and Rescue Situations. It also
responds to all motor vehicle accidents. Engine 806 is equipped with a Holmatro
hydraulic rescue tool system. Additionally, this unit is equiped with a full set
of airbags for situations requiring lifting of heavy objects such as vehicles. Other
equipment carried includes a thermal imaging camera, and a heartstart defibrillator.
Engine 8010 is a 1988 Emergency One - Duplex pumper. It responds as the second due
engine to all fires and other emergencies. It also responds as the mutual aid engine
to neighboring departments when requested. It carries a large amount of 5 inch hose,
which is used to supply large volumes of water greater distances.
Engine 804 operates out of the Dewey Avenue Firehouse, and responds to all fires
and other emergencies. 804 is a 2009 Ferrara .
Ladder 809 is a 1991 Emergency One 110 foot aerial ladder which responds to all
fire calls to perform the traditional "truck company" jobs of search and rescue,
as well as ventilation and overhaul.
Rescue 805 is a 2005 Wheeled Coach walk in rescue truck which responds to all medical
calls in the district. It is equipped with a Lifepak 500 defibrillator, as well
as a CO Sniffer, for use on carbon monoxide alarms. Approximately 20 firefighters
have underwent a 6 month New York State Emergency Medical Technician course to learn
everything from basic first aid, CPR, response to cardiac and respiratory emergencies,
defibrillation, and vehicle extrication.* see below
Rescue 807 is a 2009 Ferrara Fire Apparatus custom heavy rescue. It responds second
due to all building fires, motor vehicle accidents, and EMS calls. 807 carries spare
breathing air bottles, high angle rescue equipment, cribbing, a stokes basket for
transporting injured persons across rugged terrain, as well as medical equipment,
and the equipment for the fire-police unit.
Antique 808 is a 1955 Ward LaFrance engine, which has been retired from active service.
This vehicle participates in many musters around the island, and has won numous
recognitions in the class of original unrestored apparatus.
Utility Suburban 8012 is used as a reserve vehicle when others are out for repair,
in addition to transporting members to trainings, parades, funerals.
Utility Pickup 8013 is used to transport equipment to and from emergency scenes,
trainings, and events.