Apparatus

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Since 1971, LBFR has operated with a variety of emergency apparatus. Our current fleet includes a custom built 2008 Spartan Gladiator and the newest addition a 2000 Spartan Saulsbury purchased in 2012 from Long Island, New York. Read More

Engine 61

Engine 61 was custom built by Hub Fire Engines in 2009. This Spartan Gladiator rescue engine was put into service in late 2009. It is used as the primary “village” truck responding as the first engine to structure fires, try as well responds to all medical emergencies.

Specifications:

  • 2009 Spartan Gladiator
  • Cummins ISL Engine
  • 400 HP Allison 3000 EVS Transmission
  • Hale QMAX 150 Pump
  • 1250 IGPM Flow
  • Foam Pro 2002 Foam System
  • Side Control Pump Panel
  • CoPoly 500 Imperial Gallon Water Tank
  • Hub Custom 911 Body
  • Amdor Doors
  • Akron Valves
  • Zico HLAS Ladder Rack
  • Whelen Light Package
  • ULC Tested and rated
  • Seats 8 firefighters
Engine 62

LBFR purchased Engine 62 in 2011 from the District of Elmont in Long Island, New York. After maintenance, out fitting and a new coat of paint, the apparatus was put into service in early 2012. Engine 62 serves are our primary response truck to motor vehicle accidents (MVA) along HWY 99. It houses rescue equipment such as the Holmatro cutters, spreaders and rams, better known as the “Jaws of Life”.

Specifications:

  • 2000 Spartan Saulsbury
  • Cummins Engine
  • 400 HP Allison ISM Transmission
  • Hale QMAX 150 Pump
  • 2000 IGPM Flow
  • Mid-Mount Control Pump Panel
  • CoPoly 500 Imperial Gallon Water Tank
  • ULC Tested and rated
  • Code 3 lighting package
  • Seats 10 firefighters
Engine 63

Engine 63 has been in LBFRs fleet since 1997. Previous designated Engine 62 and initial rapid response command vehicle, this apparatus now serves as reserve equipment transport vehicle. Due to its small size it can navigate through the small streets and access roads in Lions Bay. Today, its primary role is to deliver the wildland trailer during forest interface emergencies.

Specifications:

  • 1997 F-Super Duty
  • Power Stroke Diesel Engine
  • Code 3 Light & Siren package
  • Seats 2 firefighters
Wildland Trailer

The Wildland trailer was purchased in 2006 to carry the forest interface equipment including Mark-3 fire pumps, over 5000’ of wildland fire hose, 2 water bladders and other interface tools.