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Below is a 2014 Spartan Gladiator Walk-In Rescue built for the North Bellmore FD Rescue 3 by Hendrickson Fire & Rescue Equipment.

Technical Rescue Team

North Bellmore is one of a handful of towns in Nassau County that boasts it’s own TRT. The TRT are experts in the fields of building collapse, trench rescue, high-angle rescue, and rope rescue.

Quick Specifications:

  • Harrison 30.0okw Generator
  • Stainless Steel Body
  • Roll up doors

About Them

The North Bellmore Fire Department protects 4.3 square miles of community encompassing all of North Bellmore and also stretching to encompass parts of Wantagh, East Meadow, Bellmore, North Merrick and Levittown. The North Bellmore Fire Department provides round-the-clock firefighting and emergency medical services 24 hours a day, 7 seven days a week, 365 days a year. The North Bellmore Fire Department prides itself on the delivering the highest degree of firematic and emergency medical services available today, being delivered to the public by a fully volunteer staff.

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