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 Andover Volunteer Fire Department           Emergency Calls: 911        Routine Calls: 860-742-7477
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1927 American LaFrance. Yes it runs. And yes, it still squirts water. See it at the Eastern Connecticut Fire Training School.
 1975 Mack Baker 75 foot Aerialscope. Formally Tower 15, Glastonbury, CT. Thanks guys.
1991 E-One Cyclone Tilt Cab. Holds 1,000 gallons of water and pumps 1,500 gallons per minute. Carries 2,000' of 4" large diameter supply line.
 2005 E-One Custom. Holds 1,000 gallons of water, 40 gallons of foam and pumps 1,500 gallons per minute. Carries 1,000' of 4" large diameter supply line, three 2.5" preconnects, and two 1.75" preconnects. 550 hp Detroit Diesel. Nice truck!
1998 Becker Heavy Duty Rescue on a Freightliner chassis. The top of the box has an extendable 15 foot, 6,000 watt light tower. Rescue equipment includes pre connected heavy duty Hurst "Jaws of Life" with 20,000 lbs. capability, heavy duty Hurst Cutters, and Hurst rams. Also on board is an air cascade system for refilling SCBA tanks. And, of course, all of our rescue tools.
2004 Ford, F550 chassis. It carrys a Hurst combi tool, Dive Team equipment, haz mat gear. It has a diesel generator and a telescoping light tower. 1998 14' Zodiac. 25 horsepower Yamaha engine.
2005 LifeLine on a Ford E450 chassis. Donated by a very generous person.
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