Charlottesville Fire and Rescue - Albemarle County.
Engine 1 is this nice 2011 Pierce Impel PUC, 1500/500/40, sn- 23762.
Station 1, home to a single engine company.
Charlottesville Fire Headquarters.
Several Quantum engines in service at Charlottesville. Engine 3 is a 2000 Quantum, 1000/500, sn- 11486.
ex Charlottesville E-7, E-6, E-1, E-2.
Engine 4's 1997 Quantum, 1000/500, sn- EB025-01.
ex- Charlottesville E-5.
Engine 5 is a 2003 Pierce Quantum, 1000/500, sn- 13997.
ex Engine 7.
Engine 7 also serves as a haz-mat support unit, it is this 2012 Pierce Velocity PUC, 1500/500/40, sn- 25868.
ex- Engine 10
Emblem found on Charlottesville's Haz-mat Engine.
Truck 1 is a 2000 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI , 100’ tiller, sn- G97307.
Charlottesville's Tower 10 is this sharp 2011 Pierce Velocity, 1500/300, 95', sn- 23761.
HAZ-MAT 1 is this 2006 GMC C7500/McHenry/Knapheide/Slagles.
Charlottesville has a small contingent of volunteers, they mainly utilize Attack 1, a 2009 Ford F-550/EJ Metals, 500/300/10.
Utility 1 is a 2011 Ford F-350, 100/100.
BC 1 is this 2011 Ford F-250.
Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad (CARS) Ambulance 140 is a 2012 Ford F-450/AEV.
Western Albemarle Rescue Squad (WARS) - Crozet, Virginia in Albemarle County.
Two buildings house the WARS equipment in Crozet, Virginia. The building on the left is the main facility, which was originally the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department station. The building on the right was the original WARS station, and is now used to house several of the apparatus as well as some other station functions.
Squad 505 for WARS is this unusual 2015 Seagrave XC00CS with a 2016 SVI squad body. S-505 is equipped with the EZTrac hydraulic AWD to aide in inclement weather. Other features of R-505 include a CAF's system, air cascade system, and a light tower. Carrying Seagrave s/n 74363 and SVI s/n 926, the Seagrave has a two man cab and a lower height in order to get into the station.
Officer side of Squad 505.
A rear view of the 2015 Seagrave/2016 SVI. The air cascade system is located behind the large roll up compartment door on the rear.
Driver side with compartment doors open on S-505.
Officer side view with compartment doors open of S-505.
Medic 503 from WARS is the 1999 Ford E350 SuperDuty 4x4 Quigley/PL Custom. This is the departments inclement weather piece.
Another view of Medic 503.
Car 506 from WARS is this 2010 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 4x4 outfitted by Fastlane. A stokes basket is carried on top, in addition to a stretcher area in the rear.
A back end view of Car 506, a 2010 Chevrolet Suburban/Fastlane.
Ex- Squad 505 from the Western Albemarle Rescue Squad (WARS) was replaced in 2016 and photographed for sale in October of 2016. It is a 1993 GMC TopKick with a 1994 Hackney body.
East Rivanna Fire Company - Albemarle County, Virginia.
Engine 21 is this sharp 2013 Pierce Velocity PUC, 1500/750/40, sn- 26390.
Tanker 28 is this 2008 Mack Granite/Pierce, 1250/2500.
This 2007 Ford F-550, 500/300/30 operates as Brush 25.
Earlysville Fire Department - Albemarle County Station 4.
Engine 41 is this nice 2009 Velocity PUC, 1500/725/50.
Tanker 49 is a 2007 Mack Granite/Pierce, 1000/2500.
HAZ-MAT 47 is this 2008 KenWorth/Pierce Encore.
Seminole Trail VFD - Albemarle County, Virginia.
Engine 85 is a 2000 Pierce Saber, 750/350.
Albemarle County Fire and Rescue - Hollymead Station 12.
Engine 121 is a nice 2008 Pierce Dash 1500/750/60 with job number 19340.
Medic 121 is this 2006 Ford F450/AEV.
Charlottesville - Albemarle Airport, Virginia.
Charlottesville - Albemarle Airport - Phoenix 95 is a 2007 Oshkosh Striker 1500 with a 1950/1500/500 and 450# Purple K.
Rear view of Phoenix 95.
Charlottesville - Albemarle Airport - Phoenix 94, a 1996 Oshkosh T1500 with a 1950/1500/210 and 450# Purple K.
Charlottesville - Albemarle Airport - Phoenix 93 might appear to be an old military unit, however it was purchased new by the airport. It is a 1985 Oshkosh P-19B, the civilian version of the popular military version of this truck. 1000/1000/130 with 500# Halon.