Small Rescue Units
There are three (3) stand-alone Small Rescue Units across the state. Each Technical Rescue Unit also has a Small Rescue Unit as part of its equipment cadre. The Small Rescue Unit is a multi-faceted, self-contained rescue trailer. A 44-horsepower diesel engine and 20KVWgenerator powers each unit. The equipment fixed to the unit include a full range of hydraulic core technology extrication tools, two 900-watt light towers, a breathing air compressor system, four cascade air tanks and storage for additional equipment. All of the equipment is enclosed in the trailer and can be pulled easily by a 1-ton pick-up. Each unit cost $130,000 to build and equip.
- Rapid deployment of primary or secondary emergency equipment
- Extrication equipment for vehicular, agricultural and industrial incidents
- Lighting to assist in nighttime emergencies
- Provide breathing air to refill cylinders on the emergency scene
- Provide constant air source for air equipment needs
- Provide a source for electricity at incidents
- A Minimum of six (6) Team Members
- Each team member trained to NFPA 1670 Vehicle and Machinery Search and Rescue Operations level and Rope Rescue Operations level.
- Eufaula (Region 4)
- Miami (Region 2)
- Purcell (Region 6)
Last Update: October 2012