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2008 MedtekAmbulance 79 (said "Ambulance 7-9") serves as the front-line Basic Life Support medical transport unit. This unit is owned by Anne Arundel County, but primarily staffed by volunteers, so it is painted in matching AFVD livery colors. It is equipped with train horns to help 'wake up' those folks on the road who arn't paying attention!
2004 Ford ExpeditionThis vehicle is staffed by our Assistant Chief and features everything needed to 'take charge' of any emergency situation.
2001 E-ONEEngine 72 (said "Engine 7-2") is the AVFD's second line fire suppression unit and is owned by Anne Arundel County. This apparatus has seating for 6 firefighters, and is equipped with a 1250 GPM single-stage pump, 750 gallon water tank, 30 gallon foam tank and all equipment necessary for fire suppression duties.
2003 Seagrave Marauder PumperEngine 73 (said "Engine 7-3") is the AVFD's front line fire suppression unit. This apparatus has seating for 8 firefighters, and is equipped with a 1250 GPM single-stage pump, 750 gallon water tank and all equipment necessary for fire suppression duties.
2004 E-ONEIn summer 2013, AVFD began a six-month trial of a AA county-owned pumper/tanker (previously designated Engine 294). Engine 74 features a 1250 GPM Hale pump, a 2000 gallon tank and seats up to five firefighters.
2007 Seagrave Marauder Walk-In RescueSquad 7 is the newest apparatus in the AVFD suppression group and is the pride of Station 7's apparatus line. This unit is one of Seagrave's first 'all-in-house' fully custom heavy rescue squads and features everthing needed for heavy rescue and fire suppression support duties.
These features include seating for 9 firefighters, a double-set of Hurst hydraulic extrication tools, a full compliment of lifting, stabilization and cribbing gear, portable lighting and power generation equipment, BLS level medical supplies with AED, fixed lighting including a remotely-controlled 6000W light tower, an air cascade, rope and water rescue gear, over 50' of ground ladders as well as other various ventilation and fire suppression equipment.
She is a giant red-and-white toolbox and more than capable of handling any task asked of her!
2001 Ford PickupUtility 7 is the AVFD's primary "stuff and people hauler" and is typically used for other volunteer fire department activities beyond responding to emergency calls. This apparatus can also be used to increase staffing at large-scale incidents and will respond to incidents where supression or rescue equipment is not necessary.
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