Apparatus
340
2016 Ford Expedition, PL Custom Conversion, 4x4
Our First Responder Vehicle is equipped with a cabinet which folds down to allow for the transporting of a patient off the beach or if limited manpower is available. As a 4x4, this vehicle is capable of driving on the beach which helps provide a command post on the beach for long dive and/or surf related incidents.
342
2000 Ford E-350 4x4 PL Custom Type II
Ambulance used for storm rescue and beach rescue. Contains all necessary equipment as on other ambulances, but more compact and has off road capabilities.
344
2009 Ford E-450 PL Custom Type III Ambulance
344 is our newest of the fleet, a sister ambulance to 345, and is equipped with a 700 lb capacity power lift stretcher.
345
2009 Ford E-450 PL Custom Type III Ambulance
345 like most of our units, features a double squad bench which is pretty unique to our area. All equipment that may be needed at an incident is accessible from outside the rig. Equipped with a 700 lb capacity power lift stretcher.
346
1997 Ford Expedition PL Custom Conversion 4x4
Our Dive Team Vehicle is equipped with a cabinet which folds down to allow for the transporting of a patient off the beach or if limited manpower is available. As a 4x4, this vehicle is capable of driving on the beach which helps provide a command post on the beach for long dive and/or surf related incidents.
347
1988 Ford CF Open Cab Dive Rescue Truck
347 is operated by our squad's Dive Team. It holds all of the diver's gear and rescue equipment utilized in water rescues.
348
2001 Ford E-350 PL Custom Type III Medallion
Two-stretcher ambulance; First due to fire calls and motor vehicle collisions. Also first due response to dive related incidents and other mass casualty incidents. Capability to transport 4 patients on backboards or more ambulatory.
Rescue 34
2018 Ribcraft
Rescue 34 is the boat utilized by the dive team and in surface rescue operations. Its powered by a 115 hp Honda outboard motor and has an open configuration which allows us to transport patients on backboards with some additional equipment on board.

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