|SAINT MICHAEL'S FIRE AND RESCUE||
We recently added a 2013 Ford F-450 Super Duty to our rescue apparatus.A1 seats 4 EMTs and is equipped with a Zoll E-Series cardiac monitor and defibrillator, new Zoll AutoPulse monitors, and is stocked with a full compliment of BLS and ALS supplies for airway management, trauma management, and IV therapy. A1 serves as the primary response ambulance for the department
A2 is a 2010 Ford F-450 Super Duty with a custom built Road Rescue box. It seats 4 EMTs and is equipped with a Zoll E-Series cardiac monitor and defibrillator, Zoll AutoPulse, and is stocked with a full compliment of BLS and ALS supplies for airway management, trauma management, and IV therapy. A2 serves as the secondary ambulance for the department.
Car 10 is a 2011 Ford F-250 Super Duty and is the newest addition to the SMFR fleet. It seats 5 and contains a selection of hand tools, medical equipment, and rehabilitation supplies. Car 10 is used primarily as a utility vehicle for transportation of personnel and equipment to and from department functions, but may also be used to transport additional manpower to emergency scenes.
Engine 8 is a 2009 Sutphen Pumper that features a Cummins diesel engine, 1500 gpm Hale pump, 1000 gallon water tank, 30 gallon Class A foam system, Smart Power Systems hydraulic driven generator, and a stainless steel body. It seats 8 firefighters and contains a full compliment of general firefighting tools, such as a thermal imaging camera, air packs, spare bottles, hand tools, ladders, a positive pressure fan, wildland equipment, medical supplies, and spill response supplies. Engine 8 is the first due engine for all fires and commercial and residential alarms.
Engine 9 is a 2000 Emergency-One Pumper that features a Cummins Diesel engine, 1250 gpm Hale pump, and 1000 gallon water tank. It was the first new fire engine acquired by the department. It seats 8 and contains a full compliment of vehicle stabilization equipment, sawzall, air packs, spare bottles, hand tools, ladders, an exhaust fan, wildland equipment, and medical and spill response supplies. Engine 9 is primary for motor vehicle accidents and medicals, and is second due for fires and commercial and residential alarms.
IN AN EMERGENCY
In the event of an emergency, remain calm. Call 911 and be ready to provide a few important pieces of information:
Follow all of the dispatcher's instructions, and do not hang up until you have been told to do so.
230 College Parkway
Colchester, VT 05439