Boston Fire Department
As the nation’s first public fire department, the Boston Fire Department was established as the nation’s first public fire department in 1678. With 1600 career firefighters and 34 fire stations, the department responds to 80,000 incidents each years across 49 square miles for a population of 750,000. The City of Boston passed its first fire prevention ordinance in 1631, banning thatched roofs and wooden chimneys.
- Cyclone II X medium cab with 58″ CA
- Cummins ISX12 500 HP engine with EVS4000 transmission.
- 2016 EPA compliant
- Vista IV display for V-MUX electrical system
- Whelen warning light package
- Body aerial 95/CR100 medium cab with pump. 96″ wide, left extended rescue style high side, right half side with recess above for horizontal ladder storage with rear of body shorten.
- Lifetime Frame Structural Warranty
- Platform 95 rear mount. Includes platform with angled corners, left side turntable console and jack leg flood lights
- 25 year collision frame rail corrosion warranty