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Rescue Squad 15 Progress Report #13
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By Captain Matthew Thews
March 23, 2017

The rescue squad has returned from Priority Install, where the new LED lights were installed. The new LED lights are a vast improvement over older halogen and strobe models. The units has been in the station for a few days getting more mounting work completed. Most of the Amkus tools were mounted, as well as axes and sledges. The unit will be going for lettering and striping on Friday. Amkus reel and pump installs will continue next week. We are working hard to get the unit in service on Sunday April 16, 2017.

Units: RS15
 
New LED lightbar
New LED lightbar
New LED emergency, scene, and DOT lights on rear
New LED emergency, scene, and DOT lights on rear
 
Flood lights & light tower illuminated
Flood lights & light tower illuminated
New LED scene lights are a vast improvement on older models
New LED scene lights are a vast improvement on older models
 
SCBA cylinder storage rack installed
SCBA cylinder storage rack installed
Axes and sledges mounted
Axes and sledges mounted
 
Tool mounting is completed in this compartment
Tool mounting is completed in this compartment
All six Amkus rams are mounted on officers side
All six Amkus rams are mounted on officers side
 
Amkus AMK-30CX spreaders and AMK-22 cutters mounted on officer's side
Amkus AMK-30CX spreaders and AMK-22 cutters mounted on officer's side
 


Look at it spin, the Roto-Ray is all red in true @NewMarketVFC fashion. @PriorityInstall pic.twitter.com/qikzRAdyo5

— NewMarketVFC-15 (@NewMarketVFC) March 20, 2017

 

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