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Apparatus

Fire Chief 300

  • 2012 Chevrolet Suburban Command Vehicle
  • Utilized by the Fire Chief and is equipped with command boards, firefighter accountability equipment, radio equipment to communicate on VHF, UHF and 800 MHz radio frequencies, carries a wide array of reference materials as well as pre-plans of commercial occupancies.
  • Vehicle is equipped with a Mobile Data Computer.
  • Vehicle is designed to serve as the Command Post at major incidents.
  • The Fire Chief, Assistant Chief and the on-duty Battalion Chief all utilize similar vehicles enabling the department to handle multiple major incidents.
2012 Chevrolet Suburban Command Vehicle
2012 Chevrolet Suburban Command Vehicle

Assistant Chief 301

  • 2006 Chevrolet Suburban Command Vehicle
  • Utilized by the Assistant Fire Chief and is equipped with command boards, firefighter accountability equipment, radio equipment to communicate on VHF, UHF and 800 MHz radio frequencies, carries a wide array of reference materials as well as pre-plans of commercial occupancies.
  • Vehicle is equipped with a Mobile Data Computer
  • Vehicle is designed to serve as the Command Post at major incidents.
  • The Fire Chief, Assistant Chief and the on-duty Battalion Chief all utilize similar vehicles enabling the department to handle multiple major incidents.
2006 Chevrolet Suburban Command Vehicle
 301 Command Center

Battalion Chief 306

  • 2005 GMC Yukon Command Vehicle
  • Utilized by the on-duty Battalion Chief and is equipped with command boards, firefighter accountability equipment, radio equipment to communicate on VHF, UHF and 800 MHz radio frequencies, carries a wide array of reference materials as well as pre-plans of commercial occupancies.
  • Vehicle is equipped with a Mobile Data Computer
  • Vehicle is designed to serve as the Command Post at major incidents.

2005 GMC Yukon Command Vehicle

2005 GMC Yukon Command Vehicle

Staff Vehicle 350

  • 2003 Chevrolet Suburban Reserve Command Vehicle used when one of the primary vehicles is being serviced.
  • Equipped with command boards, firefighter accountability equipment, radio equipment to communicate on VHF, UHF and 800 MHz radio frequencies, carries a wide array of reference materials as well as pre-plans of commercial occupancies.
  • Vehicle is equipped with a Mobile Data Computer
  • Vehicle also carries the department’s fire investigation / evidence collection equipment and is staffed by the on-call investigators when needed.
 

2003 Chevrolet Suburban Command Vehicle

2003 Chevrolet Suburban Command Vehicle


Engine 361

    • 2009 E-One Rescue / Engine 1250 / 750
    • This unit is assigned to Fire Station #1where it functions as a full-service engine company as well as being paramedic certified and equipped.
  • Pump:  1250 Gallons Per Minute
  • 4 - SCBA with spare cylinders
  • 2500 Feet of Hose
  • Remote Control Deck Gun
  • Advanced Life Support Equipment
  • LifePak 12 Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator
  • Oxygen
  • Intravenous Fluids
  • Drug Therapy
  • Hurst Extrication System
  • Thermal Imaging Camera
  • 10', 14' & 28' Ladders
  • Monitoring Equipment
  • Forcible Entry Tools
  • Firefighting ARFFF Foam
  • Chemical Spill Kit
  • Chain & Rotary Saws
  • Rapid Intervention Team Pack
 

Engine 361

Engine 361 with 362 & 371 

Engine 362

  • 2005 E-One Rescue / Engine 1250 / 750
  • This unit is assigned to Fire Station #2 where it functions as a full-service engine company and also carries the department’s heavy rescue and specialty tools as well as being paramedic certified and equipped.

Equipment List –Engine 362

  • Pump: 1250 Gallons Per Minute
  • 4 –SCBA with spare cylinders
  • 2500 Feet Hose
    • 1500 Ft. Firefighting
    • 1000 Ft. LDH Supply
  • Remote Controlled Deck Gun
  • Portable Deck Gun
  • Rapid Intervention Team Pack
  • Advanced Life Support Equipment
  • Lifepak 12 Cardiac Monitor / Defibrillator / Pacemaker
  • Intravenous Fluids
  • Oxygen
  • Drug Therapy
  • Portable Lighting Equipment
  • Firefighting Foam and Dry
  • Chemical Extinguishers
  • Chemical Spill Kit
  • 10’, 14’and 28’Ladders
  • 10 KW Hydraulic Generator
  • Hurst Extrication System
    • Cutter
    • Spreader
    • Combo Cutter / Spreader
    • 2 Rams
    • Dual tool 220 volt power unit
  • Air Bag Lifting System
  • Air Chisel Cutting System
  • Rescue Strut Support System
  • Stoke Rescue Basket
  • Cribbing
  • 2-20 Ton Hydraulic Bottle Jacks
  • Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Chain Saw (Gas Powered)
  • Rotary Saw (Gas Powered)
  • Rabbit Tool
  • Forcible Entry Tools
  • Ice Rescue Suites w/floating ropes
  • Monitoring Equipment
    • Natural Gas
    • Carbon Monoxide
    • Chlorine

Engine 362

Engine 362 supplies several large diameter handlines and a tower
ladder at this MABAS Box Alarm Structure Fire.

2005 E-One Rescue / Engine 1250 / 750

2005 E-One Rescue / Engine 1250 / 750

Engine 362

The crew of Engine 362 utilized their vehicle stabilization and extrication tools to remove the driver of the overturned SUV.
    

Engine 364

  • 1988 E-One Engine 1250 / 750
  • The unit currently serves as a reserve apparatus used to replace front line engines when they are out for service, but can also be staffed by “call back” firefighters during a major incident or times of high-call volume.
  • This engine is also used extensively by the training division.
Engine 364
Engine 364 at the Franklin Park Fire Department training / burn facility.
Engine 364
Instructors teach Hanover Park Recruits how to make a “Blitz Attack” using a deck gun off of tank water.

1988 E-One Engine 1250 / 750

Engine 365

  • 2001 Alexis Engine 1500 / 750
  • This unit is assigned to Fire Station # 1 where it functions as a full service engine company as well as being paramedic certified and equipped.
    Equipment List –Engine 365
  • Pump: 1250 Gallons Per Minute
  • 4 –SCBA with spare cylinders
  • 2400 Feet Hose
    • 1600 Ft. Firefighting
    • 800 Ft. LDH Supply
  • Deck Gun
  • Rapid Intervention Team Pack
  • Advanced Life Support Equipment
    • Lifepak 12 Cardiac Monitor / Defibrillator / Pacemaker
    • Intravenous Fluids
    • Oxygen
    • Drug Therapy
  • Portable Generator and Lighting Equipment
  • Firefighting Foam and Dry Chemical Extinguishers
  • Chemical Spill Kit
  • Chlorine “A Kit”
  • 10’, 14’and 24’Ladders
  • Hurst Extrication System
    • Cutter
    • Spreader
    • 2 Rams
  • Rescue Strut Support System
  • Cribbing
  • Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Chain Saw (Gas Powered)
  • Rabbit Tool
  • Forcible Entry Tools
  • Ice Rescue Suites w/floating ropes
  • Monitoring Equipment
    • Natural Gas
    • Carbon Monoxide
    • Chlorine

Engine 365

Engine 365 pumps at a single family residence fire.
2001 Alexis Engine 1500 / 750
Engine 365 
Engine 365
 

Tower Ladder 371

  • 2001 E-One 95’Tower Ladder with a 1500 GPM pump and 300 gallon water tank.
  • This unit is assigned to Fire Station #1 serving as the Village’s sole truck company.
  • It carries a full compliment of ground ladders, overhaul equipment, ventilation equipment, tools for specialized forcible entry, search and rescue tools and tools to control utilities.
  • The tower basket is equipped with a pre-piped water way capable of delivering 1000 gallons per minute.
  • The basket also is equipped with brackets to allow a Stokes Basket (emergency stretcher) to be attached.
     
Equipment List –Tower 371
  • 95’ Tower Ladder with 1000 GPM Master Stream
  • Pump: 1500 Gallons Per Minute
  • 4 –SCBA with spare cylinders
  • 1200 Feet Hose 
    • 600 Ft. Firefighting
    • 600 Ft. LDH Supply
  • Water delivery appliances
  • Generator and Lighting Equipment
  • Full Compliment of ground ladders
  • Basic Life Support Equipment including Automatic External Defibrillator
  • Technical Rescue / High Angle Rescue Equipment
  • SKED Rescue Stretcher
  • Stokes Rescue Basket
  • Cordless Power Tools
  • Mechanics Tool Set
  • Chain Saw
  • 2 -Rotary Saws
  • Full Compliment of Hand Tools (Axes, Mauls, Sledges, Pry Bars, Irons)
  • Ventilation Fan
  • Hurst Extrication System
    • Cutter
    • Spreader
    • 2 Rams
  • Cribbing
   
Tower 371 uses its elevated waterway to extinguish deep seated fires
requiring large volumes of water.

Crews prepare to extend the ladder to the roof of a single family dwelling.
The crew of Tower 371 completes roof
ventilation at an early morning fire.
Crews make their way to the roof
of a large commercial structure.
  

Squad 370

  • 1988 E-One Haz Mat Squad
  • This unit is assigned to Fire Station # 1 and is cross-staffed with Haz Mat Technicians from other companies.
  • Haz Mat supplies, monitors, detection equipment as well as a 6000 psi onboard cascade system are carried on this unit.
     

Equipment List –Squad 370

  • 4 –30 Minute SCBA units with spare cylinders
  • 4 –60 Minute SCBA Units
  • 4 –Cylinder 6000 psi air cascade system
  • 3 –Pool Decontamination System
  • 2 -Decontamination Showers
  • Hazardous Materials Monitoring Supplies
  • Hazardous Materials Spill Containment Materials
  • 30 & 55 Gallon Over-pack Drums
  • Level B Entry Suits
  • Mass Casualty Decontamination Supplies
  • 20 Air Purifying Respirators
  • 7.5 KW Generator and Lighting Equipment

 


Haz Mat Technicians work to stop diesel fuel from a
ruptured tractor trailer from entering a storm sewer.

Haz Mat Technicians dress out
at the scene of an ammonia leak.
  

Hazardous Materials Trailers

  • HazMat Trailer 375 contains Level B entry suits and Decon supplies
  • HM 375 contains spill protection & absorbents as well as over-pack containers
  • Hanover Park Fire Department is the custodian of MABAS Division 12 Haz Mat Trailer 2.
  • The trailer is equipped to provide full Level A response capabilities.
  • The Division Haz Mat Team is comprised of personnel from each of the member departments or fire protection districts responding jointly to mitigate hazards. Team members train together monthly and operate under joint standard operating guidelines agreed upon by member agencies.
  • Hanover Park is responsible to maintain and respond with this unit to all communities within the division, on interdivisional requests and as part of the MABAS state and national response taskforces.
Haz Mat 375
 MABAS-Trailer.jpg
  

Medic 381

  • 2012 Ford MedTec Ambulance
  • The unit, assigned to Fire Station # 1, is equipped to provide advanced life support care and is staffed by a team of Firefighter / Paramedics.
  • The ambulance also carries an assortment of fire / rescue equipment including:
    • Turnout Gear
    • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
    • Equipment to perform outside ventilation
    • Forcible Entry and Overhaul Tools
    • Personal Flotation Devices and Ice Rescue Suits
    • Bioterrorism kits.
Medic 381
 
  

Medic 382

  • 2010 Ford MedTec Ambulance
  • The unit, assigned to Fire Station # 2, is equipped to provide advanced life support care and is staffed by a team of Firefighter / Paramedics.
  • The ambulance also carries an assortment of fire / rescue equipment including:
    • Turnout Gear
    • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
    • Equipment to perform outside ventilation
    • Forcible Entry and Overhaul Tools
    • Personal Flotation Devices and Ice Rescue Suits
    • Bioterrorism kits
2010 Ford MedTec Ambulance
 
  

Medic 383

  • 2000 Ford MedTec Ambulance
  • The unit currently serves as a reserve ambulance used to replace front line units when they are out for service, but can also be staffed by “call back ”firefighters during a major incident or times of high call volume.
  • The unit is equipped to provide advanced life support care and is staffed by a team of Firefighter / Paramedics.
  • The ambulance also carries an assortment of fire / rescue equipment including:
    • Turnout Gear
    • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
    • Equipment to perform outside ventilation
    • Forcible Entry and Overhaul Tools
2000 Ford MedTec Ambulance
 

  

Medic 384

  • 2003 Ford MedTec Ambulance
  • The unit is assigned to Fire Station #1  The unit is equipped to provide advanced life support care and is staffed by a team of Firefighter / Paramedics.
  • The ambulance is utilized for Non-911 medical treatment and transport.
  • The ambulance also carries an assortment of fire / rescue equipment including:
    • Turnout Gear
    • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
    • Equipment to perform outside ventilation
    • Forcible Entry and Overhaul Tools
2000 Ford MedTec Ambulance
 

 

Utility Vehicle 351

  • 2012 Ford F-250
  • The unit is assigned to the Operations Division at Fire Station 1
  • This vehicle is second-response for fire operations, inspections, training and fire station snow plowing.
2012 Ford F-250
 

 

Inspection Services 352

  • 2006 Dodge Dakota SLT
  • The unit is assigned to the Inspectional Services Division Supervisor at the Village Hall 
  • The Inspectional Services Supervisor responds to all building fires to ensure structural integrity is maintained after the fire.
2006 Dodge Dakota
 

Inspection Services 353

  • 2011 Ford Ranger XLT
  • The unit is assigned to the Inspectional Services Division Health Inspector at Village Hall
  • The Inspectional Services Inspectors inspects all commercial buildings in the Village.           
2011 Ford Ranger XLT
 
 

Inspection Services 354

  • 2010 Ford Ranger
  • The unit is assigned to the Inspectional Services Division Inspector at the Village Hall 
  • The Inspectional Services Inspectors inspects all commercial buildings in the Village.           
2010 Ford Ranger