Our Fleet

Emergency Response Vehicles

Aerial Unit

Rescue operations, if necessary, will begin as soon as fire companies arrive on the foreground.  Although it is best to remove people by way of interior stairways, there are situations in which the aerial unit must be used to get people out of a fire building. 

Fire Engine

Fire engine” is a vehicle with a pump and is used primarily to pump water. A “firewagon” carries large amounts of hose and is primarily used to lay hose as a complement to a pumper.

Fire Tanker

A water tender, also known as a tanker in some regions, is a specialized firefighting apparatus designed for transporting water from a water source to a fire scene. Water tenders are capable of drafting water from a stream, lake or hydrant.

Ambulance

An ambulance is a vehicle for transportation of sick or injured people to, from or between places of treatment for an illness or injury, and in some instances will also provide out of hospital medical care to the patient.

Hummer Rescue Vehicle

The Hummer Rescue Vehicle has the ability to ford rivers in a single bound, and more ground clearance than an elephant on stilts.  Depending on the build, the Hummer Rescue Vehicle can be customized for fire-fighting, medical support, or simply transporting 11 people across hellish terrains.

Rescue Van

The equipment in the rescue van are stored in a safe and orderly manner in the continuous full height compartments.