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we went out to eat.. and i snapped this pic.. turned out pretty good.. i was driving E-32. an old 1980's seagrave. with a REAL power call. =) and a 2001 segrave on the other side.. we have 3 stations in our county.. and these 2 pieces of equipment run the whole county. we also have a 1986 ford f350 mini pumper which is man. trans and a ambo that gets switched out every month..

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I learned how to drive in a Seagrave just like that one. I mean learned how to drive at 16, my chief had that whole if you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball attitude
 

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Quint 52
(2008 Smeal/ Sirius/ Quint)


Engine 52-1
(1992 EEI/Spartan Pumper)


Engine/Rescue 52-6A
(1999 M&W/SpartanPumper/Rescue)


Rescue 52-6
(1992 EEI/Spartan Walk-in Rescue)


Ambulance 52-7A
(2008 Ford/Horton class III)


Ambulance 52-7
(1995 Horton/Ford Type III Ambulance)


If you wish to take a look at the stations website, it is www.brookhavenfireco.com
 

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Brush 606: (now on 33x12.5x16.5 BFG MT'S)


Engine 607: Old Dog of the fleet, still pumps like a dream! Just took home 1st place for Best Appearing 1000gal Pumper in Ocean City, MD at the MD State Fire Convention!!


And the computer-based images of our new firehouse set to start being built within the next 2 months. Build time 12 months:





 

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Pics of some of the truck where i work at.

Saint John, New Brunswick
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Here's my ride, Tyler just took delivery of 5 matching engines September 2009. Now we have matching pumpers at Stations 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.

 
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