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Hollywood VFD Squad 7

First Due Apparatus Solutions posted well over a hundred pictures of the new Hollywood VFD Squad 7 Walk Thru Rescue. We grabbed a a few and posted the pictures below. This squad does have a 250 gallon tank and 250 GPM pump. The only discharge is on the front bumper and one intake. Pump located in 1st compartment on the body drivers side.  The tool mounting and layout is thought out.  “The use of friction or gravity rather than the use of brackets with pins or straps” was a comment on the First Due Apparatus Solutions Facebook page.  Make sure you stop by their page and give it a like!

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Follow this link to the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department website for a complete list of equipment and tools on the new Hollywood Heavy Rescue Squad.

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Chassis Model Year 2020
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Overall Length 40’9″
Engine Cummins X15
Transmission Allison Gen V-E
Module Length/Interior Headroom 25’/76″

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