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Apparatus

Rescue 66 ~ Retired 2016
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:29: AM


Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Rescue 66 is a 2006 Pierce enforcer walk-around style heavy rescue with seating for six.

Originally owned by McCool fire and rescue Department of McCool, Maryland, the unit was purchased early in May, 2011 and was officially placed into service at 3:29 p.m. on Saturday, May 28, 2011 after a long day was spent by members to get equipment mounted and moved over from the old rescue.

Major features of the rescue include a 450 hp Cummins diesel engine and Jake brake and automatic transmission, 35kw PTO generator, two independently controlled Will-Bert Night Scan light towers, four 6000 psi cylinder breathing air cascade with a Haskell booster pump and a two cylinder fill station, high and low pressure breathing air reels, 200 foot electric cord reels, an absorbent hopper (holding approximately 400 pounds of oil dry) and a 9000 pound bumper mounted winch, which can be moved to additional mounting locations on the other three sides of the vehicle.

Powered rescue equipment includes an Amkus hydraulic rescue system and a Maxi-Force airlifting bag system. The Amkus system consists of both an electronically powered vehicle mounted power plant with a pre-connected cutter and spreader (each on 100 foot cord reels), and a gasoline powered, portable power unit with two 25 foot sections of pre-connected hose, giving the rescue the ability to run four hydraulic tools simultaneously in addition to the two pre-connected tools, there are two additional cutters and 3 rams. The Maxi-Force system consists of two sets of controllers and 20 various size airbags with a total of lifting capacity of more than 300 tons.





Squad 66-1
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:28: AM

Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Squad 66-1 is a 2002 Ford Excursion and is housed at the South Station.

This unit is used by the department for response to medical calls, extra manpower transport, and it is the primary vehicle to pull the boat trailer.

It carries a BLS bag, AED, fire extinguisher, and miscellaneous equipment.




Squad 66-2
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:27: AM

Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Squad 66-2 is a 1992 Ford F-350 4 x 4, 4 door pick-up truck that is used as a traffic unit by the Fire Police and is housed at the South Station.
It carries various traffic control equipment to include wooden barricades, cones, LED signals, and traffic barrels.




Squad 66-3
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:27: AM

Photo By LT. Greg Leaman
Squad 66-3 is a 2010 Ford Transit Connect Van.
It has various traffic control equipment to include wooden barricades, cones, LED signals, barrels, and 2 electric generators with numerous quartz lights.

It also pulls our trailer that holds the fire police golf cart.




Squad 66-4
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:26: AM

Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Squad 66-4 is a 1997 Subaru Outback and is housed at the North Station.

This unit is used by the department for response to medical calls, extra manpower transport, training classes, and sometimes as a duty officer vehicle.





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