TERRYVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

5A-4-15

5A-4-13

5A-4-11
Responding out of Station One, 5A-4-11 is a 1995 Ford Multi-Passenger Van. This former Fire Police vehicle is used for personnel transport and rehab supply.

5A-4-18
Usually responding out of Station One, Ambulance 18 is a 2011 Ford E-450.  Ambulance 18 is one of four ALS-equipped ambulances staffed by either the Terryville Fire District's EMS professionals or the department's volunteers.

5A-4-24
Responding out of Station Three, Rescue-24 is a 1990 Mack/Saulsbury Rescue Truck.  This truck is equipped with a full compliment of tools for truck company operations as well as specialized tools for heavy rescue operations.  Rescue 24 is also designated for Rapid Intervention Team response.

Fire Prevention Trailer
Maintained at Station Three, the department's fire prevention trailer gets most of its use during September and October, as it visits our local elementary schools.  It also is a fixture at our annual fire prevention Open House.

Apparatus

Responding out of Station Two, Brush-22 is a 1991 Ford F350 4x4 / Waxjax Pacific, 100 gpm brush truck with a 250 gallon tank. Brush-22 was designed for fires in heavily wooded areas that are not easily accessible.

5A-4-21

Responding out of Station Two, Fire Police-13 is a 2010 Ford F250 Super Duty. This vehicle is used for traffic control and is equipped with an illuminated arrow board and slide out bed tray with traffic control equipment.

5A-4-14

5A-4-16
Usually responding out of Station Three, Ambulance 16 is a 1999 Ford E-450.  Ambulance 16 is one of four ALS-equipped ambulances staffed by either the Terryville Fire District's EMS professionals or the department's volunteers.

Responding out of Station Three, Fire Police-15 is a 2000 Ford Mutli-Passenger Van. This vehicle is used for traffic control and is equipped with traffic control equipment.

5A-4-1
Responding out of Station One, Engine-1 is a 2004 Pierce Lance, 2000 gpm Pumper with a 750 gallon tank.  This engine is equipped with over 1000' of 5" supply line in addition to 1 3/4" and 2 1/2" working lines.  
Engine 1 also carries a compliment of power tools, including a Hurst spreader and cutter, a thermal imaging camera and multi-gas meter.

Responding out of Station One, Fire Police-14 is a 2010 Ford F250 Super Duty. This vehicle is used for traffic control and is equipped with an illuminated arrow board and slide out bed tray with traffic control equipment.

5A-4-7
Garaged at Station Three, Ladder-7 is a 1951 White/Pirsch, 65' mid-mount aerial ladder truck. Originally built for the North Merrick Fire Department (Nassau Co.), Ladder-7 was acquired in the mid-1960's and remained in service through 1971 when it was sold to the Callicoon Fire Department (Upstate NY).  After 20 years of service for the Callicoon Fire Department, Ladder-7 returned to Terryville.  The truck was restored and continues to be maintained in pristine condition by loyal members of the department.  Members of the community have become accustomed to seeing Santa Claus ride atop Ladder-7 every year during the department's annual Santa Parade.

5A-4-17
Usually responding out Station Two, Ambulance 17 is a 1999 Ford E-450 which was remounted in 2003 following an accident.  Ambulance 17 is one of four ALS-equipped ambulances staffed by either the Terryville Fire District's EMS professionals or the department's volunteers.

SUPPORT

EMS 

FIRE SUPPRESSION

5A-4-3
Responding out of Station Three, Engine-3 is a 2004 Pierce Lance, 2000 gpm Pumper with a 750 gallon tank.  This engine is equipped with over 1000' of 5" supply line in addition to 1 3/4" and 2 1/2" working lines.  Engine 3 also carries a complement of power tools, including a Hurst spreader and cutter, a thermal imaging camera and a multi-gas meter.

5A-4-22

5A-4-4
Responding out of Station One, Ladder-4 is a 1996 Sutphen, 100' Tower Ladder.  This truck is equipped with a full compliment of tools for truck company operations. 

FIRE POLICE

5A-4-2
Responding out of Station Two, Engine-2 is a 2004 Pierce Lance, 2000 gpm Pumper with a 750 gallon tank. This engine is equipped with over 1000' of 5" supply line in addition to 1 3/4" and 2 1/2" working lines.  
Engine 2 also carries a compliment of power tools, a thermal imaging cameral and a multi-gas meter.  

5A-4-12
Responding out of Station Two, Engine-12 is a 2011 Pierce Velocity, 2000 gpm Pumper with a 750 gallon tank.  This engine is equipped with over 1000' of 5" supply line in addition to 1 3/4" and 2 1/2" working lines.  Engine 12 also carries a complement of power tools, including a Hurst spreader and cutter, a thermal imaging camera and a multi-gas meter.  Engine 12 is the first due engine out of Station Two.

Responding out of Station One, Brush-21 is a 1996 Ford F350 4x4 / Waxjax Pacific, 100 gpm brush truck with a 250 gallon tank. Brush-21 was designed for fires in heavily wooded areas that are not easily accessible. 

5A-4-80
Responding out of Station One, the "80-car" is a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe. This vehicle is staffed by an ALS provider employed by the Terryville Fire District and responds to all EMS and fire incidents.

5A-4-19

Usually responding out of Station One, Ambulance 19 is a 2015 Chevrolet.  Ambulance 19 is one of four ALS-equipped ambulances staffed by either the Terryville Fire District's EMS professionals or the department's volunteers.