Apparatus

Roslyn Highlands provides state-of-the-art fire protection equipment for our community, as well as for mutual aid alarms in surrounding fire districts.

 
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rescue 591

This vehicle was purchased in 2014 from Spartan ERV and put into service in 2016. It seats a driver plus four firefighters and primarily responds to car crashes, vehicle fires, elevator rescues, and many other miscellaneous rescue alarms. Some on-board equipment includes a heavy duty winch, generators, ground ladders, 500-gallon water tank and hoses, vehicle stabilization equipment, an LED light tower, "Jaws of Life," and elevator rescue equipment.

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ENgine 592

This vehicle was purchased in 2014 from Spartan ERV and put into service in 2016. It seats a driver plus six firefighters and primarily responds to house fires. It has a mid-mount pump capable of supplying 2,000 gallons of water per minute. Some other on-board equipment includes ground ladders, a generator, and standpipe equipment.

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Light rescue 593

This vehicle was purchased in 2014 from Spartan ERV and put into service in 2016. This modified four-wheel-drive Ford F-650 is designed to respond to smaller incidents, such as car fires and brush fires. It carries 300 gallons of water, several hand lines, and rescue equipment.

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tower ladder 594

Ladder 594 was purchased new from E-One Emergency Vehicles in 1992. This vehicle is equipped with a 100-foot rear-mounted extension ladder with a platform and a water pipe. This vehicle is equipped with almost a dozen portable ground ladders, rescue saws, axes, sledgehammers, and breathing air refill supply. 594 responds to Nassau County mutual aid requests and is equipped as the Firefighter Assist and Search Team. 

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Twin quints 595 and 598

Identical quints were put in service in 2006 from Seagrave Fire Apparatus. They are combination engines with 75-foot ladders and can operate as either unit, or both, at the scene of a fire. These vehicles have pre-connected hoses and 500-gallon onboard water tanks.

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engine 596

Engine 596 is a 1989 E-One currently operating as a backup unit when another vehicle is pulled for maintenance or repairs. This vehicle is also equipped with hard-suction water supply setup and can draft water from a static source, such as a pond or pool.