Apparatus
801 Engine 1
801 Engine 1
1997 HME Caliber/Saulsbury Rescue/Pumper
Engine 1 is a Caliber-HME combination rescue/pump that was purchased and put into service at the Trenton Road firehouse. This truck replaced both the 1972 Rescue-9 and the 1964 Engine-1. Engine 1 is primary apparatus out for MVA's and the second piece out on structure fires. Class A Attack Pumper - Second out on structure fires 1500 gpm pump / 750 gal tank 1,000' 5" LDH Full complement of attack lines Full complement of SCBA Full complement of Jaws, Air bags, saws, K-12 Saw, and cribbing EMS BLS Equiped with BLS bag, AED, Backboards, stockes, and splints Low angle rope rescue equipment On-board Diesel Generator and lights Chain saw and protective clothing
802-1 Engine 2 = retired but still functionable
802-1 Engine 2 = retired but still functionable
1957 Engine 2 retired
A new GMC 750 gallon per minute pump was purchased and put into service at the Trenton Road firehouse. This was the first custom pump purchased by Deerfield Fire District #1. This truck is now retired and is located at the Trenton Road firehouse.
803 Engine 3 = arrived 6/3/14
803 Engine 3 = arrived 6/3/14
2014 Pierce Arrow XT
Arriving 6/3/14 to be our first response apparatus! To replace OLD Engine 3!! Class A Attack Pumper - First out on all structure fires 1500 gpm pump / 1,000 gal tank 1,000' 5" LDH Full complement of attack lines Full complement of SCBA Complete Class A Engine ladders Roof Chain saw and protective clothing EMS BLS Equipped with BLS bag, AED,
804 Engine 4 = 7/18/20
804 Engine 4 = 7/18/20
2020 Pierce Arrow XL
Arriving 7/18/20 to be our first response apparatus from Station 2! Replaces OLD Engine 4!! Class A Attack Pumper - First or second out on all structure fires 1500 gpm pump / 1,000 gal tank 1,000' 5" LDH Full complement of attack lines Full complement of SCBA Complete Class A Engine ladders Forest/Brush Fire equipment EMS BLS Equipped with BLS bag, AED,
805 Rescue 5 =
805 Rescue 5 =
2007 Ford 4-wheel drive
A 2007 Ford 4-wheel drive rescue was purchased and put into service at the Roberts Road firehouse. This truck replaced the 1986 Rescue-5. Now housed at Station 2 on Roberts Road EMS Equipped with BLS bag, backboards, stokes, and splints Back-ups at ALS when R6 is out of service with the equipment from R6 Low angle rope rescue equipment Generator and lights Chain saw and protective clothing Brush fire tools and equipment
806 Rescue 6 = EMS Fly car
806 Rescue 6 = EMS Fly car
2002 Ford Excursion
EMS response vehicle with modifications done by Odyssey Equiped with BLS & ALS equipment: BLS Bag, Backboards, splints, and AED Peds bag ALS Bag, LP12 monitor/defib
807 Tanker 7 =
807 Tanker 7 =
1992 Tanker 7
A Ford diesel tanker with a 500 gallon-per-minute pump and a 2000-gallon capacity tank was put into service at the Roberts Road Fire Station. This replaced the 1967 tanker, which was turned over to the Deerfield Town Highway Department. Tanker 7 is housed at Station 2
809 Rescue 9 UTV
809 Rescue 9 UTV
2014 Kawasaki Mule 4010 4x4
Purchased 2017 from the Town of Deerfield 4-Stroke 617cc liquid cooled engine CVT Transmission with High, Low, Neutral, Reverse 4-Wheel Drive w/ Rear Locking Differential 7.1 inches of ground clearance ROPS (Roll Over Protective Structure) 1330 lb load capacity, 800 lb cargo bed capacity, 1200 lb towing capacity 25 MPH top speed Track System purchased in 2018 by the Fire Co. QTAC Skid Unit w/Pump and rescue platform Stokes/backboard with BLS bag and gear Electronic Power Steering 6.2 Gallon Fuel Capacity 1563 lb curb weight Approx 130 inches long, 58 inches wide, 75 inches high
Hosebusters Drill "B" Truck Pumper
Hosebusters Drill "B" Truck  Pumper
1996 B Truck
A Ford emergency salvage was purchased with fire company funds and turned over to the fire district for the cost of $1.00. It was stationed at the Trenton Road station and carried first aid and salvage equipment. This truck is now retired and has been modified for use by the "Hosebusters" Firematic Drill team.
Hosebusters Drill "C" Truck Hose Tender
Hosebusters Drill "C" Truck  Hose Tender
2012 C Truck
Made locally and used for firematics in NNY and at "states" See the Hosebusters Drill Team tab
Squad 2 / Hauling Truck
Squad 2 / Hauling Truck
2004 Ford 1-ton Dually Pick-up
Used to haul the drill team c-car and b-truck. Doubles as a Squad truck during FD emergencies
z 800 = "Car 800" Retired 2014
z 800 = "Car 800"  Retired 2014
2004 Ford Expedition
Full light and radio package
z 801-1 Engine 1-1 Retired 1964
z 801-1 Engine 1-1 Retired 1964
1950 GMC
Anyone know what year and particulars on our FIRST engine?
z 801-2 Engine 1-2 retired 1997
z 801-2 Engine 1-2 retired 1997
1964 Engine 1
A new GMC 750 gallon-per minute pumper carrying 1,000 gallons of water was purchased and stationed at the newly expanded Roberts Road firehouse. This truck replaced the original Engine-1 (801).
z 803-1 Engine 3 retired June 2014
z 803-1 Engine 3 retired June 2014
1976 Engine 3
A GMC diesel with a 1,000 gallon-per-minute pump was purchased and put into service at the newly expanded Trenton Road firehouse. Now housed at Station 2 1000 gpm pump / 1,000 gal tank Full compliment of attack lines Full compliment of SCBA EMS BLS Equiped with BLS bag & AED
z 805-1 Engine 5-1 retired 1985
z 805-1 Engine 5-1 retired 1985
1956 Old 805
Old Salvage/Rescue truck Now the Drill Team's B-Truck
z 805-2 Rescue 5 = retired 2007
z 805-2 Rescue 5 = retired 2007
1985 Rescue/Pumper #5 retired
A new Salisbury 4-wheel drive mini-pumper/rescue with a 750 gallon-per minute pump carrying 225 gallons of water was purchased and put into service at the Roberts Road firehouse replacing the 1956 utility truck.
z 806 Rescue retired 2007, then S1 retired 2014
z 806 Rescue retired 2007, then S1 retired 2014
1992 Chevorlet Suburban
A used Chevrolet Suburban was purchased by the fire company with fund raising proceeds and turned over to the fire district. This truck greatly improved the response capabilities to medical emergencies and was put into service at the Trenton Road firehouse as Rescue 6. Retired as Rescue in 2007 Now operates as a "Squad" for calls and training till 2014
z 807-1 Tanker 7-1 retired 1967
z 807-1 Tanker 7-1 retired 1967
1959 Brockway Tanker
1959: Tanker 807 A used Brockway water tanker with a 2,200-gallon capacity tank was put into service at the Roberts Road firehouse. This provided better protection to the non-hydrant portion of the fire district. In 1967 it was sold to the Otter Lake FD
z 807-2 Tanker 7-2 retired 1992
z 807-2 Tanker 7-2 retired 1992
1967 Old Tanker 7
A new GMC 2500-gallon capacity tanker with a 250 gallon-per minute pump was purchased. This replaced the 1959 Tanker (807), which was sold to the Otter Lake Fire Department.
z 809 Rescue 9 retired
z 809 Rescue 9 retired
1972 Boyertown Salvage retired
1972: Rescue-9 (809) A new Boyertown Emergency-Salvage panel truck was put into service at the Trenton Road firehouse. This truck replaced the existing 809, which then became Rescue-5 (805) and was placed at the Roberts Road firehouse.
z Squad 1 Reserve replaced 2010
z Squad 1 Reserve replaced 2010
2006 Dodge "Hauling" truck
A new dodge 4-wheel drive one-ton pick-up truck was purchased by the fire company and given to the fire district to be used as a utility vehicle.
z-804 Engine 4 = Retired
z-804 Engine 4 = Retired
1988 Seagrave
Our first custom Seagrave pumper was purchased with grant funds received from the New York State Power Authority. This grant was made available due to the construction of the Marcy-South transmission line through the Town of Deerfield. Class A Attack Pumper 1250 gpm pump / 1,000 gal tank 1,000 5" LDH Full compliment of attack lines Full compliment of SCBA EMS BLS Equiped with BLS bag & AED Inverter power and lights
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