KJAC Crash 3
The Jackson Hole Airport Fire Department operates Crash 3, a Peterbilt/Spartan with a Snozzle, 2,850 gallons of water, and 60 gallons of AFFF onboard.
The Jackson Hole Airport Fire Department operates this Chevy 3500 "FAS-TAK" as a quick response and EMS unit.
KJAC Crash 1
The Jackson Hole Airport Fire Department operates Crash 1, an OshKosh DA-1500 with a Rosenbauer pump, 1,500 gallons of water, 265 gallons of AFFF, and 500 pounds of Halon onboard.
KJAC Crash 2
The Jackson Hole Airport Fire Department operates Crash 2, a six-wheeled OshKosh Striker with a Snozzle, 3,000 gallons of water, 420 gallons of AFFF, and 500 pounds of PKP dry chemical onboard.
Ridge Road FD Squad 256
Orleans Pallet Fire
Genesee County ESU-1 responded to the scene.
Lexington Ave. HAZMAT
Monroe County Fire Bureau's new Special Operations 9 arrives on scene for the Level 1 HAZMAT.
HAZMAT 8 arrives on scene for the Level 1 HAZMAT.
St. Paddy's Parade
2013 St. Patrick's Day Parade
The Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) conducted it's tri-annual disaster drill on September 15, 2012. The drill simulated a large airplane crash with multiple victims on the airport and was designed to test the response capabilities of the public safety agencies in and around Rochester, as well as the local hospitals. The drill is required by the FAA in order to prepare airports and their response agencies for an actual aircraft accident.
Rescue 3 from the Greater Rochester International Airport Fire Department on standby behind the US Marine Corps Reserve Center in Chili, NY. Firefighters from the Airport and Gates Fire District provided crews to observe a joint training operation between the NY Army National Guard based at the airport, and the Marine Corps Reservists.
Rochester Airport FD Rescue 3 on the scene of an aircraft overrun incident at the Greater Rochester International Airport. The incident occurred just before midnight on February 22, 2012.
Rescue 4, a crash truck from the Greater Rochester Internetional Airport (GRIA) Fire Department, parked at the scene of a large transformer fire at an RG&E substation on January 14, 2012.
From Airport Disaster Drill 9/15/12