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The Windsor Heights (WV) Volunteer Fire Department replaced a smaller vehicle with this JB-RES-Q rescue truck. It performs a variety of duties, according to

Issue 11 and Volume 152.

Apparatus Deliveries John M. Malecky The Windsor Heights (WV) Volunteer Fire Department replaced a smaller vehicle with this JB-RES-Q rescue truck. It performs a variety of duties, according to Chief David E. Arthurs. The department uses the truck for first-responder calls for the county EMS provider, for rescue calls, as a personnel squad, and as a command center for extended emergencies. The four-square-mile jurisdiction has a population of 1,000 and includes the Ohio County Airport. Features/Equipment: •INTERNATIONAL 4700LP chassis with 176-inch wheelbase; •cab seating for two; •INTERNATIONAL DT 466E 230-hp diesel engine; •ALLISON MT-653 automatic transmission; •14-foot aluminum body with six seats; •eight storage compartments in body; •command desk; •POWER TECH eight-kw diesel generator; •six WHELEN fixed scene lights on body; •two FIRE RESEARCH Nightmaster 500-watt tripod floodlights; •two FIRE RESEARCH Nightmaster 1,500-watt bottom-raise floodlights; •WARN six-ton rear-mounted winch; •four-bottle air cascade system with two-bottle fill station; •200 feet of…

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