Car 56

  • 2007 Chevrolet Suburban
  • Command Console

 

Car 56-2

  • 2009 Chevrolet Tahoe
  • Command Console

 

Engine 56-1

  • 1998 Seagrave J Cab
  • Stainless Steel J Cab
  • Aluminum Body (2nd every produced by Seagrave)
  • 1500 GPM Hale Single Stage Pump
  • 500 Gallon Water Tank w/ 30 gallon Class B Foam
  • 370HP Cummins M11 Engine w Allison World Transmission
  • 15K Harrison Hydraulic Generator
  • Telma Electro-Magnetic auxiliary braking device
  • 150′ 220v Cord Reel
  • 1500′ of 5″ hose
  • 95 GPM Foam System

 

Engine 56-2

  • 2003 Seagrave TE Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum Body
  • 1500 GPM Hale Single Stage Pump
  • 1750 Gallon Water Tank w/ 2 20 gallon Class B Foam
  • 450HP Cummins M11 Engine w Allison World Transmission
  • 10K AMPS Hydraulic Generator
  • Jacobs Engine Brake
  • 150′ 220v Cord Reel
  • 1000′ of 5″ hose
  • 1000 GPM Hale A/B Foam System
  • Dual Ladder Racks w/1 1500 gallon Fold-a-Tank
  • This vehicle also serves as the backup for Rescue 56 and carries 1 Amkus Spreader, Cutter, Dual-Simul Power Unit, 2 Milwaulkee Sawz-alls, oxy/acetylene cutter, and cribbing

 

Rescue 56

  • 2003 Seagrave TC / Marion Body
  • 450HP Cummins M11 Engine w Allison World Transmission
  • 43K Magnum PTO Generator
  • Transmission Mounted Auxiliary Brake
  • (2) 150′ 220v Cord Reel
  • Amkus Ultimate hydraulic rescue tool system (which powers (4) 200′ hydraulic tool reels simultaneously)
  • (3) Bottle 6000psi breathing air system with (1) 150′ high pressure breathing air reel and (1) 150′ working air reel
  • 9,000w Wil-Burt light tower
  • 11,000 watts of truck mounted scene lighting
  • 12,000# front mounted winch
  • 8,000# portable winch which can be mounted in the rear or at each side over the rear wheels
  • The rear and side receivers also function as remote anchor points
    Rescue 56’s body is constructed with many specialized compartments such as:

  • A large full width sliding tray which is accessible from both sides of the vehicle
  • A large sliding tool board & Numerous sliding and drop down trays
  • A large insert compartment in the rear that extends in to body up to the front rear axles
  • 4 large coffin compartments on the roof
  • 6 under body cribbing compartments
  • A floor to ceiling roll-up compartment in the rear cab for safe tool storage
  • (2) Front bumper compartments for tow chains and straps
  • Rescue 56 carries a wide variety of technical rescue equipment:

  • (8) Amkus tools
  • (1) gas powered Amkus dual simul pump
  • (1) electric 2-tool pump
  • Assorted Amkus accessories, tips and chains
  • (5) Milwaukee Saws-Alls
  • (4) Rescue Jacks
  • (2) Hi-Lift manual jacks
  • 145 ton Paratech high pressure air bags
  • (2) Paratech medium pressure air bags
  • (1) Lampe 3 bag set low pressure high lift air bags
  • Large dimension cribbing
  • Long length lumber
  • Fin-Form trench panels and ground padding
  • Trench/Collapse supplies and PPE
  • Paratech air struts
  • Paratech Air Gun 90
  • Milwaukee electric pavement breaker
  • 1200′ breathing air hose
  • Air Cart
  • (5) confined space entry sets
  • Tripod
  • A large cache’ of hand/air/electric tools and assorted heavy duty large dimension sockets and wrenches
  • High/Low angle rescue equipment
  • (2) Partner saws, (3) chain saws (1) concrete saw
  • (1) Petrogen gasoline torch
  • (1) Arc-aire exothermic torch
  • Medical equipment and AED
  • (2) Bullard TIC
  • (2) Scott multi-gas meters
  • Ludllum radiological survey meter
  • RIC equipment
  • (2) Stokes baskets
  • Assorted ladders and pike poles

 

Special Operations Unit

  • Our new Special Operations Unit will replace the retired dive unit and take on a larger roll in our technical rescue operations.
  • Designed with our dive rescue operation in mind, the larger vehicle will also be an integral part of our trench/structural rescue operations.
  • Its climate controlled personnel area, generator and advanced scene lighting make it a multi-functional piece of apparatus

 

Van 56

  • 2009 Chevrolet Express Transport Van
  • The 2009 Chevrolet Express transport van is used primarily for transportation to training events and other company functions.
  • It also responds on all special response incidents to tow our various technical rescue trailers and other apparatus.

 

Marine 1

  • 2000 Zumro
  • 19′ Zumro dive through rescue boat
  • 60HP Mercury outoard 2 cycle motor
  • multiple radios for multi-juristictional communications

 

Marine 2, 3, 4

  • Avon model FRB 380 inflatable crafts and are varying in age from 1992 to 2010
  • Powered by Mercury outboard motors
  • Marine 2 is stored inflated on a single trailer for immediate use
  • Marine 3 is stored un-inflated in U-56-5 for remote deployment
  • Marine 4 is stored un-inflated in the fire station at the current time
  • Marine 3 is slated to be deployed with Marine 2 on a new double decker trailer slated for delivery in 2011 further expanding our response capabilities
  • Marine 4 would then reside in U-56-5 and be deployed from that vehicle
  • The addition of the new trailer and Marine 4 will allow multiple operations to be conducted simultaneously

 

Technical Rescue Trailer

  • 2013 United Trailer Inc
  • This 20′ x 8′ dual axle trailer is fully equipped with

  • advanced interior lighting
  • 22,500k portable generator and assorted scene lighting
  • This trailer is also equipped with a complete Paratech trench rescue kit and and a Paratech structural stabilization kit

 

Special Operations Trailer

  • 2000 Pace American
  • 12′ x 6′ Pace American utility trailer which is used for de-watering operations
  • (2) 1500w mounted scene lights
  • It carries the following equipment:

  • (1) Guardian15,000w gasoline generator
  • (1) Hale 5,000w gasoline generator
  • (1) 5,000w Winco gasoline generator
  • (1) 3′ Homelite gasoline driven pump
  • (1) 1.5′ Northern Tool gasoline pump
  • (6) electric pumps
  • (1) Honda 500w generator/light
  • Numerous portable tripod and portable lights and extension cords and reels
  • Contaminated water PPE
  • Pop-up canopy
  • S056 was designed by our membership to respond and operate as a self-sufficient unit to reduce the need for the fire apparatus to respond and remain on the scene of de-watering operations. It’s exceptional electrical power output capability also used at fire scenes and other incidents to assist in long duration non-emergency scenes where electrical support is needed.