Ambulance 309: Our primary emergency ambulance. This ambulance is staffed 24 hours a day with a Paramedic and responds to all emergency calls throughout the Brewer area.
Ambulance 308: Primarily a transfer ambulance for Basic Life Support (BLS). This ambulance is used to transfer patients from one place to another, usually from such places as Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation (formerly Brewer Rehab) to Cancer Care or Dialysis.
Antique Engine One: Our 1947 American LaFrance truck now makes its home in the Museum. This truck was commissioned in 1947 when it was sent down to Bar Harbor to help fight the great fire that consumed almost 1/3 of the Island. It spent 10 days on the island helping them put out the fires.
Engine 301: 2002 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper. Holds 750 gallons of water and pumps up to 2,000 gallons per minute (GPM).
Engine 302: 1990 Pierce Arrow Pumper. Hold 750 gallons of water and pumps up to 1,250 GPM.
Engine 303: 2009 Midi-pumper. Holds 300 gallons of water and pumps 750 GPM. Equipped with a CAFS (Compressed Air Foam System). It holds 400 gallons of foam.
Ladder 305: 2000 Pierce Dash Pumper/Ladder. Commonly referred to as a “Quint” and has a 105’ aerial ladder with a pre-piped waterway on the end of the ladder. It holds 500 gallons of water and can pump up to 2,000 GPM.
Special Operations Trailer: Has a variety of equipment on it such as:
- Spill mitigation equipment
- Hazmat equipment
- Below grade rescue equipment
- High angle rescue equipment