Rescue 33 is a 2010 Pierce Arrow XT. The second apparatus purchased in 2010, is stationed out at station 3 with engine 13 and truck 23. Responding to all AFA’s in district 3 and downtown, rescue 3 responds to all fires to do any job assigned and all MVA’s. Rescue 33 is the only company in the fleet currently equipped with 4 firefighters. Rescue 33 has a Harrison generator, a telescopic Will-Burt roof mounted light tower, multiple scene lights, a WARN winch able to be mounted on all 4 sides of the apparatus, and every tool needed to get the job done at any incident.
The front view of rescue 33, with a Holmatro combination tool stored in the bumper.
The engineer’s side of rescue 33, with a large tool box in the first compartment with a large array of tools and a shelf on top for large tools. The middle compartment storing the mounted controls for the WARN winch, switches for the scene lights, and the large mounted hydraulic power plant for the Holmatro tools. The last compartment stores the Holmatro Cutters and Holmatro Spreaders.
The rear of rescue 33, with more scene lights, compartments with hand tools, a large amount of cribbing, multiple rams, and the ladder to get to the roof coffin cases, with more extrication tools and cribbing stored.
The officer’s side compartments. The Scott SCBA equipment and a set of irons, saws, ABC extinguisher, and water can.
A view of the scene lights up and telescopic light tower up.