TOP^ I built this rescue on LDD and put a snorkel on it, but the snorkel is used as a crane and a light tower. It may be built.
Galveston, Indiana's Rescue 51 will be built and serve HVFR as Rescue 2
Galveston, Indiana's Engine 51 might be built and serve HVFR as Engine 3
Cass County Fire Dit=strict #1, Indiana's Tanker 9 will be built and serve as either Tanker 2 or Engine 5.
Piedmont Triad Ambulance & Rescue, Inc (PTAR) which serves Guilford County, North Carolina's Unit 20 (Rescue truck) will be built. P.S Guilford County is where I was born.
So I got bored last weekend and went on the internet to find some NC rigs. I have seen most off these in person and have toured some of them. I dont own any of these images.
This is one of Guilford County EMS's awesome ambulances. Every ambulance in the GCEMS fleet is built on either a Sterling, a Ford F-650, or an International chassis. I might be building my new ambulances in this color scheme. Th ambulance in the back is one of PTARs.
This is one of North Carolina's Regional Response Team's units. Through out the state are these Haz-Mat/ Rescue units that respond to a variety of incidents. This one is part of RRT 6.
This is a MAB that is stationed used by Morehead City, North Carolina and Carteret County, North Carolina but can respond anywhere in NC. It is made by Sartin Services in Archdale, North Carloina.
Some more MABs through out my home state of NC. Guilford County's is in here.
This is Guilford County EMS's Paramedic Operations unit. It is basically a rescue. They have 1 ore 2 more and I'm pretty sure one of them has a pump. This is the only picture I could find of it but I have seen it and toured it before. It looks awesome in person!
This is Guilford County Sherrif's Office mobile command center. It was made by MSV,Inc in Greensboro, NC. I saw this up close after tornadoes came through High Point and Greensboro in 2011.
This is High Point Fire Department's Ladder 2. Its a 2004 Pierce Dash 100' TDA. I got to go up the ladder when I was 5 at a field trip and let me tell you it was awesome!
This picture is from a tank farm fire that happened in 2010 just 5 or 6 miles from my house. At around 12:30, lighting struck the tank and caught on fire. By 6:30 the 840,000 Gallons of gas had been put out by the fire departments of Greensboro and High Point. Thankfully, no one was injured and this was the only structure affected by the fire.