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Post by N. LeBlanc on Sun Sep 21, 2014 10:54 pm

Heavy USAR Unit (USAR 7) 1355431464135

(Please Ignore the Portland Fire Department markings)

This truck is designed to be our long term unit.  Based with all of our other vehicles, this is clearly the largest unit.  We use this unit for long term operations, where we will be on the scene for a long period of time.  This is our primary Non-aerial unit response because it is difficult to transport it by air.  This is mainly a road trip unit, and will be staffed accordingly.  This truck is also a crane for situations that require heavy lifting,


Medical Equipment:
4x ALS bag
-4x4 bandages
-Saline bags
-Ringers bags
-1:10 epi
-IV tubing
-Needles to start IVs
-Lifepak 4400 Defibrillator
-Any IV drug that is needed in the field
Trauma kit
2x Backboards
2x broken down Stokes litters
2x Additional Medical Response supply packages
1x Triage tent
1x Rehab tent
1x Command tent
1x Bedding tent+ equipment
-25 cots, sheets, and pillows
2x Personel shower kits(non Hazmat)

USAR gear
2x Hurst tool
8x Halligan bars
4x Married Irons
10x Hydraulic rams, various sizes
1500 ft rope
10 harnesses
10 Rescue 8's
100 feet webbing
300 feet of chain
2 Husqvarna Rotary K-12 saw
4 STIHL chain saws
Extra saw blades/chains
Saw fuel
3x Additional USAR Response supply packages
-Saw fuel
-Rehab gear
-Truck/Generator fuel
-Additional batteries (Flashlights and radios)
5x Fire Extinguishers
15x airbags
80x additional air packs
4x bolt cutters
2x K-tool
10x Argus tools
4x sledge hammer
1 sawzall
10x shovels
3x rebar cutting tool
2x Exothermic Cutting torches
On scene lighting
2x Large generators
Food and Water storage
Team USAR gear storage
Weapon storage
Command equipment and gear
600 psi 10 bottle Cascade Air pack refilling system
Radio Battery Chargers
Ground Ladders
2x Parabolic Microphones
6x Fire Protection suits
25x Tyvek hazardous materials suits
50x Respirators and equipment for filter changes
Shoring Equipment
Confined Space Rescue Equipment
8x Pike poles
2x Pulley Systems

Lieutenant Nicholas "Boss" LeBlanc
EPPD SOD (Officer In Charge)/ESU OIC
Certifications: Tactical Team leader, USAR team leader, Sniper, Tactical Medic, Paramedic, Aerial Crew Chief, Repelling certified, Coxswain
N. LeBlanc
N. LeBlanc

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