City of Oak Harbor, Whidbey Island, Washington, Whidbey Island's Premier Waterfront Community

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865 SE Barrington Drive
Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Phone: 360-279-4500
Fax: 360-279-4507
info@oakharbor.org

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Apparatus

 

OHFD has four engines, each equipped with 1500 gallon per minute pumps, hose, ladders, fans, tarps, air bottles, tools and enough medical and other equipment to operate alone for a limited period of time. The National Fire Protection Association requires an annual pump test on each fire engine that responds as a pumper. The test averages three hours and if the pump fails, repairs must be made and the engine retested.

 
 
E81 and E812, 2007 E-One Typhoon
    
E813 and E814, 1998 Seagraves
 
 
Ladder 81 1992 Seagraves Equipped with a 100 foot aerial ladder and carries volumes of equipment ranging from mass casualty medical supplies to ladders, ventilation fans, saws, lighting, salvage and rescue gear.
 
Rescue 81
Rescue 81 2011 Ford F550 Carries equipment needed for medical incidents, motor vehicle accidents, and technical rescue calls. Also supports other apparatus by carrying a portable air system, generator, lights and water vacuums.
 
Command 8 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe Driven by Command 8, usually first on scene and carries supplies necessary to direct an emergency incident, as well as specialty equipment, such as: medical supplies, thermal imaging and photographic equipment, communication devices and other equipment necessary to command various incidents.
 
 
Special Operations Trailers - OHFD maintains trailers designed to meet the needs of the various incident types encountered, including: Air/Rehab Unit, Hazardous Spill Containment Unit, Technical Rescue Unit, Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) Trailers, and a Crime Scene and Fire Investigations Trailer.
 

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