Apparatus

ENGINE 11

Peterbuilt Engine

Purchased in 2000, this engine is our primary engine and can respond to medicals, PI accidents and fire calls. It can transport up to 7 personnel, including 5 SCBAs. This vehicle hauls 750 gallons of water and has a 1250 g.p.m. pumping capacity. It is also capable of applying Class A fire retardant foam. Also transports vehicle extrication equipment. This vehicle is currently housed in FDNYA Station 1.

RESCUE 11

Ford Pickup

This 2003 Ford pickup was purchased by the department in September of 2001. It is used primarily to transport personnel to medicals, PI accidents and fire calls. It carries various medical equipment and backboards, along with road flares, safety cones, and more. It can carry up to 5 fire personnel to emergency scenes. 1222 also is used to haul 1221 (Polaris Ranger) on it’s trailer. This vehicle is currently housed in FDNYA Station 1.

TANKER 11

Chevy Tanker

This 1996 Chevy Tanker was puchased by the department in November of 1995. It is used to haul water to rural fires, grass fires and car fires. It can also be used to transport personnel to fires and PI accidents. This vehicle is equipped with a winch and 150 gallon-per-minute pump. It can hold up to 2400 gallons of water.
This vehicle is currently housed
in FDNYA Station 2.

UTILITY 21

Peterbuilt Heavy Rescue

This 2002 Peterbuilt was purchased by the department in December of 2001. It is used to respond to some medical calls, all PI Accidents and all fire calls. It can transport up to 7 fire personnel, including 5 SCBAs. 1218 also transports vehicle extrication equipment, extra SCBA air bottles, RIT equipment, rescue boat, remote controlled overhead scene light and much more. This vehicle is currently housed in
FDNYA Station 2.

RESCUE 21

Ambulance

This 1998 Ford ambulance was purchased by the fire department in January of 2005 from North Central Ambulance. It is our primary response truck for EMS call. It also responds to PI accidents, and transports personnel and SCBAs to fire calls. 1216 contains medical equipment, backboards, AED, and much more. This truck does NOT, however, transport patients. This vehicle is currently housed in FDNYA Station 2.

GRASS RIG 21

Chevy Grass Rig

This 1990 Chevy was purchased by the department in 1990. It is a 1-ton pickup, fitted with a pump in the bed for fighting grass fires or other small fires. Although it is primarily used to respond to all grass fires, it also can be used to transport personnel to larger fires or PI Accidents. This vehicle is currently housed in
FDNYA Station 2.

LADDER 11

E-One Quint

Purchased in 2009, this 1996 E-One Hurricane is a multi-use vehicle that can be used in a variety of situations. It can transport up to 6 firefighers. It features a 75′ ladder, can haul up to 500 gallons of water and has a 1,500 gallon-per-minute pumping capacity. This vehicle is currently housed in FDNYA Station 1.

TANKER 21

Ford Tanker

This 1995 F-Series Ford tanker was purchased by the department in June of 1995. It is used to haul water to rural fires, grass fires and car fires. It can also be used to transport fire personnel to fires and personal injury calls. This vehicle is equipped with a winch and 500 gallon-per-minute pump. This tanker can hold up to 2400 gallons of water. This vehicle is currently housed in FDNYA Station 2.

UTILITY 11

Ranger 6-Wheeler

This Polaris Ranger 6-wheeler was purchased by the department in 1999. It features a small tank and pump and is used primarily for fighting grass fires in remote or off-road locations. It has the ability to carry up to two fire personnel. This vehicle is currently housed in FDNYA Station 2.

PARADE TRUCK

1925 Universal

This 1925 Universal is an original fire truck used by our department. It is currently used for parades and special events. The 1925 Universal is currently housed off site from the fire station.

SMOKE TRAILER

Training House

This smoke trailer is owned by the Fire Departments of Norwood Young America, Cologne and Hamburg. The trailer has two floors, with a living room, kitchen and bedrooms. It is used at special department events to teach fire safety. It is also available to be rented by other area departments.