Engine 1 is a 1992 GMC. Engine 1 responds second to all motor vehicle crashes as it carries a back-up Hurst Tool (Jaws of Life). Engine 1 is also capable of fire attack or water shuttling operations. Engine 1 is set up as our tanker.
Rescue 6 is the former "Squad 6," a 2002 Ford F-550 DRW. In 2018, Squad 6 had the water tank and pump removed from service to allow a new rescue body to be mounted. The new body was fabricated, painted and installed by Atlantic Emergency Solutions, Inc. in Roanoke, Virginia. This new body allows Rescue 6 to carry all of the required equipment to be classified as a light duty rescue vehicle. The cab and chassis of the vehicle was color code painted to match the body. The cab was painted by Craftmaster Collision Repair. Rescue 6 carries our front line Hurst Rescue Tools (Jaws Of Life) with pre-connected hose reels allowing the rescue tools to stay connected to the hydraulic pump. Rescue 6 carries a variety of other rescue tools, such as: Rescue Jacks, Cribbing, A Break Pedal Cutter, Both High Pressure and Low Pressure Air Bags, Power Tools, Hand Tools, A 3500 KW Generator, Axes, Pry Bars, Rescue Ropes and has on board telescoping 360 degree LED Scene Lights mounted on the front of rescue body. Rescue 6 also has a hydraulic wench mounted on the front bumper.
The former Squad 6 can be seen below.