Apparatus

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Apparatus – Equipment – Engines – Pumpers – Ambulances
West Point Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad – West Point, Virginia

See  photos in our gallery below.

Ambulances
The department runs four Advanced Life Support ambulances.

Ambulance 31 – a 2006 523 re-chassis

Ambulance 32 –  a 2012 International

Ambulance 33 –  a 2003 International built by Med Tec

Ambulance 34 – a 2008 Horton 523 Re-Chassis

Engine 3 – 1994 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper
Engine 3 is first out for all MVC’s and heavy duty rescue.  It is second due pumper with a 1000 gpm pump and a 750 gallon tank. In addition it carries a full complement of extrication and other technical rescue equipment.

Engine 31 – 1988 Pierce Dash Pumper
Engine 31 serves as reserve and training engine.  It is equipped with 1000 gpm pump, 1000 gallon tank, 1000′ of 5″ hose and over 1000′ of handlines.

Quint 3 – 1999 Pierce Dash Heavy Duty 75′ Aerial
Quint 3 was purchased in 2003 to replace a 55′ Telesquirt.  It has a 1250 gpm pump and a 500 gallon tank, as well as a full complement of truck company equipment.  Quint 3 serves as the first out fire suppression unit.

1934 Seagrave Suburbanite Pumper
This was the first new pumper purchased by the fire department. It returned to West Point in 1996 after an absence of more than 30 years. The apparatus was restored by Robert Dean of Hagerstown, MD.

Brush 3 – 2006 Pierce mini pumper that is used by the department on brush fires and marine incidents

Tanker 3 – 2000 4 Guys – 2000 gallon/1250 pump tanker

First Members and Equipment

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