Richfield Volunteer Fire Company, Inc.
Serving the community since 1900
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Rescue 1950 

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This truck was built by Rosenbauer on a Spartan Big Easy chassis.  It is kept at Station #2.  This truck can carry 6 personnel and responds to all fire calls and motor vehicle accidents.  This truck is powered by a Cat C7 350hp diesel.  It has a 9,000 watt light tower and a winch that can be used on the front or rear.  It carries the Hurst Jaws of Life tools in the front bumper.

 

Rescue 1951

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This truck was built by Marion Fire Apparatus on a Freightliner FL60 chassis.  This truck is kept at Station #1.    It has seating for seven.  This truck carries our air cascade system for filling air bottles.  It also carries a complete set of Hurst Jaws of Life extrication tools.  It responds to all fire calls, all car accidents, and some EMS calls as a first responder.

 
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