Miami-Dade’s New Heavy Rescue

Miami-Dade, FL Fire Rescue chose a 26′ stainless steel SVI body mounted on a 20″ raised roof Sutphen 73″ chassis.
(SVI, YouTube)

SVU body on a Sutphen chassis

SVI Trucks

When spec’ing its new Heavy Rescue, Miami-Dade, FL Fire Rescue chose a 26′ stainless steel SVI body mounted on a 20″ raised roof Sutphen 73″ chassis, which houses a 500 HP Cummins X12 engine.

This walk-in rescue apparatus comes with an interior walk-in area with bench seat, SCUBA tank bracket and cargo-netted cabinet storage.

The truck is also equipped with an Onan Protec 25-watt PTO Generator System, Command Light CL Series light tower, streetside and curbside Carefree Mirage Roll-Out patio awnings, SlideMaster structural steel slideout trays, OnScene Solutions LED compartment lighting and much more.

For full specs, drawings and photos, visit http://bit.ly/miami-dade-1148

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