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West Monroe Volunteer Fire Department

By JEFFREY BELSCHWINDER, Senior Correspondent | March 08, 2021 | NEW YORK

Story No. 030821123

The West Monroe Volunteer Fire Department has taken delivery of their brand new Sutphen Rescue Engine. Some of its features are as follows:

- 73” Monarch cab and chassis
- 20” Raised Roof
- Exterior Cab Compartments 38” tall
- 30” Bumper Extension
- Cummins L9 450HP Motor
- HiViz LED Lighting Fire Tech LED Headlights
- Hale QMax 1750 gpm Pump
- Enclosed Pump Module
- Front Suction
- Rear Suction, mounted low
- all preconnects to the front/rear
- Foam Pro 1600 injection system
- Brushed Finish Stainless Steel Body
- Coffin Compartments both sides
- Speedy Dry Hopper in R1 compartment (stored above)
- Amdor satin finish roll up doors
- Hardwired Electrical System
- Whelen LED Warning Lights
- FRC Spectra LED scene lights
- Command Light KL415FS-BL LED light tower
- Harrison Hydra-Gen 10Kw hydraulic generator

This article is a direct street report from our correspondent and has not been edited by the 1st Responder newsroom.