Central VFC of Elizabeth Township, PA, Gets New Heavy Rescue

Jan. 18, 2017
The Central Volunteer Fire Company, Elizabeth Twp., PA, has taken delivery of a walk-in rescue built by 4 Guys.

The Central Volunteer Fire Company, Elizabeth Township, PA, has taken delivery of a new heavy, walk-in rescue built by 4 Guys on a Spartan Gladiator cab and chassis. It has seating for eight occupants, six in the cab and two in the back body and is powered by a Cummins ISX 500-hp engine and an Allison 6-speed transmission. It is also equipped with a Will-Burt NightScan light tower, a 16,500-pound cascade system, Hurst and Genesis extrication tools, Paratech struts, ropes, hose reels, air bags and assorted rescue tools. It also has a 35,000-watt diesel driven generator.

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