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Scotland Volunteer Fire Department
Fire and Rescue Apparatus
Engine 116 (E-116)
2011 HME VC/Toyne
Cummins ISC
1000 Gallon Tank - 1250 GPM Hale Pump

Engine 116 serves as Scotland's main attack apparatus.

Engine Tank 116 (ET-116)
1987 Seagrave / 2001 V-TEC
Detroit Diesel 6-V92
2500 Gallon Tank - 1000 GPM Hale Pump

Former cab and chassis of Ladder 7, Cleveland, Ohio, mounted with a custom manufactured 2500 gallon tank body. ET 116 provides water supply for rural structure firefighting.

Rescue 416 (R-416)
1992 Spartan/Marion
8V92 Detroit Diesel

Purchased from the Glenn Dale Volunteer Fire Association of Prince George's County, MD, (Squad 18), Rescue 416 provides necessary tools and lighting for rescue operations. R-416 is equipped with Hurst tools including the "Jaws of Life", cascade system for refilling air bottles, and cold water rescue equipment.

Tower 116 (TW-116)
1979 LTI / 1989 Pierce 85' Tower Ladder
8V71 Detroit Diesel

Purchased from Camp Hill Fire Department, PA,(Truck 14), Tower 116 provides aerial capabilities, such as roof operations and master streams.

Hose Tender 116 (HT-116)
1986 International/Middlesex
International DT 466
All Wheel Drive
1000 GPM Front Mount Hale Pump
5000' 5" LDH

Purchased from the Mashpee Fire Department of Mashpee, Massachusetts, HT 116 provides water supply to rural areas such as Scotland where hydrant systems are non-existent.

Service 116 (S-116)
1963 Dodge Power Wagon 4x4
Flathead 6cyl. 4-Speed Manual

Purchased new by the SVFD, Service 116 is specialized for forest firefighting. 4 wheel drive along with the narrow built frame allows for "go anywhere" ablitites.

Rescue 516 (R-516)
2007 Ford E-350/Life Line

Formerly Tolland R-540 and entered into service January 2012, Rescue 516 provides EMS support for Scotland and it's surrounding communities. Rescue 516 is Scotland's most active apparatus.