By John M. Malecky The Rombout (NY) Fire Department designed this RESCUE 1 rescue truck primarily for response to motor vehicle accidents, says Chief John Lucarello. It is also used for fireground support and has a command center in the cab. Features/Equipment: SUTPHEN Monarch chassis with 243-inch wheelbase and a 10-inch raised roof cab with three doors, six crew seats, and a command center with one seat; 28-inch extended front bumper with one HANNAY electric cord reel and one HURST hydraulic reel; CUMMINS ISM 435-hp diesel engine with ALLISON 4000 EVS automatic transmission; 22-foot, four-inch nonwalk-in rescue body with ROBINSON roll-up compartment doors, full lift-up rear staircase,...

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