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Pasalego Fire Dept US&R 69
Pasalego Fire Department US&R 69 is this 2019 E-ONE Cyclone II heavy rescue that responds out of Station 69.
About this creation


The Cyclone II cab was chosen for its heavy duty application.



Special thanks to my good friend Abeed for the Cyclone decal!




Pasalego Fire Department worked closely with Castle Beach Fire Department to develop a well-equipped rig.



Like many rescues around the area, US&R 69 has a slide-out that increases interior space and can be used as a command post. The walk-in area also serves as a suit-up area for divers and hazmat situations.



Compartments on the driver’s side all open, showing the vast storage solutions for the many tools US&R 69 must carry.



Rear shows the storage for lumber as well as the FLIR mounted on a mast



Lumber storage for collapse situations



Top shows the storage for long tools and the inflatable raft. The air compressor is also stored above the compartments to increase space below.



US&R 69 responds to all technical rescue calls in Pasalego and can also be toned out for mutual aid. As part of CA-RTF2, this rig can respond as the state requires.



All compartments on the officer’s side opens as well!



The bumper contains the 12,000 lb winch and storage for battery operated Holmatro extraction equipment.



NightScan Powerlite can be deployed to illuminate scenes.





Pasalego Fire Department has placed into service this 2019 E-ONE Cyclone II heavy rescue as Urban Search and Rescue 69. Staffed by 5, this rolling toolbox has a wide array of tools and equipment for any challenging technical rescue incident including confined space rescue, high angle rescue, trench rescue, vehicle extrication, underwater/swift water rescue, and hazmat. Like many of the rescue trucks around the area, US&R 69 features a slide-out area for command purposes. The small walk-in area also serves as a suit up area for swift water incidents.

Technical specs:
2019 E-ONE Cyclone II Heavy Rescue
455-hp Detroit Diesel Series 60 engine
Allison EVS 4000 automatic transmission
25,000-lb. hydraulic rear winch
12,000-lb. front Ramsey winch
20-kW Onan hydraulic PTO-driven generator
185-cfm Vanair PTO-driven air compressor
Whelen Lighting
B&M Super Chief Siren
Motorola Spectra Siren
Grover Air horns
Forcible entry tools
Holmatro CORE extraction tools
Inflatable raft
Cribbing and airbags for stabilization
Paratech struts
48' of ground ladders
Level-A personal protective gear and immersion suits
Rigging gear
Arcair Slice MAPP and oxyacetylene cutting tools
4 different kinds of saws
Lifting bags
10- 20- and 30-ton jacks
Rocco rope systems
Elevator kits
Air manifold cart with assorted tools
Pipeline keys (water and gas)
Pavement breakers
.45-caliber line guns
2- and 3-ton grip hoists
Rabbit tools
Hydra rams
Exothermic torches
Subway equipment
Gas and electric generators
Various meters
Thermal imaging cameras
Sperian Warrior 45-min SCBAs with spare tanks

Inspired by:
LAFD US&R 88
Buffalo Fire Dept Rescue 1

Credits:
Paulo R and David H for inspiring the cab
Abeed Malik for the “Cyclone” decal



Comments

 I made it 
  October 2, 2019
Quoting G T You got to stop building beautiful fire trucks. No no keep doing it. No stop.
Haha I’ll take that as a compliment lol! Appreciate your kind words Graeme!
 I like it 
  October 2, 2019
You got to stop building beautiful fire trucks. No no keep doing it. No stop.
 I made it 
  October 2, 2019
Quoting Josh Baergen I hate the look of these cabs, but you did the sweetest job of recreating one. As usual, I'm very impressed.
Thank you very much! E-ONEs have definitely been growing on me haha
 I like it 
  October 1, 2019
I hate the look of these cabs, but you did the sweetest job of recreating one. As usual, I'm very impressed.
 I made it 
  October 1, 2019
Quoting Sven ;o) Such a fine piece of apparatus :) Really like how the cab turned out, especially it's front.
Thank you Sven! Personally, this might be the most accurate E-ONE Cyclone II cab out there.
 I like it 
  October 1, 2019
Such a fine piece of apparatus :) Really like how the cab turned out, especially it's front.
 
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