Truck 715 is a 2016 Pierce Arrow XT heavy duty ladder truck. This unit is equipped with a 105-foot aerial device as well as over 200 feet of ground ladders, and many other forcible entry and hand tools required to gain quick entry into any building or dwelling and aid with salvage and overhaul.
2020 Heavy Rescue Squad 715 s a custom-built E-One heavy-duty Rescue Squad. It provides state-of-the-art features, including an upgraded Genesis brand hydraulic extrication tool capability, on-board generator, air system, hydraulic and electric winches, Hi-Viz LED scene lighting, and a full light tower. RS715 promises to be a unit our community can count on for years. Providing all forms of cutting, lifting, and stabilization tools to respond to emergency incidents from collisions and structure fires to technical rescue scenarios and water and ice rescues, as well as confined-space extrications.
We are proud to announce this $1.4 million resource went into service on October 25, 2020.
The Chief 715 vehicle is a 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe Command Platform. This unit is upfitted with a full Whelen light package, a mobile data terminal, as well as three Motorola mobile radios and a Motorola Digital Vehiclular Repeater System. These items and other inventory meet the MCFRS Battalion Command Platform…
Engine 715B is a 2008 Pierce Dash engine featuring 1250 GPM Waterous dual stage pump and 550 gallon booster tank, along with Class A and Class B foam tanks. This unit is also equipped with a compressed air foam system, (CAFS). The smaller booster tank allows better acceleration and less wear and tear on the vehicle.
Brush 715 is a 2006 Ford F-350 truck equipped with a skid unit including a 200 gallon tank. This unit carries a chain saw, portable wench, generator, forestry hoses, Indian tanks, rakes, and axes. This unit’s primary responsibility is providing fire suppression capabilities in limited access and off-road areas.
In addition to the above apparatus owned and staffed by the Burtonsville VFD, we also aid in staffing the following County-owned apparatus currently assigned to our station
Ambulance 715 is a 2016 Freightliner
Engine 715 is a Crimson/Spartan Gladiator engine featuring a 750 gallon tank and 1500 GMP pump.
Advanced life support EMS