Apparatus

Manhasset-Lakeville F.D. Chief Vehicles
 
   

 8701

8701
2010 Chevrolet Suburban 1500

   

 8702

8702
2011 Chevrolet Suburban 1500

   

 8703 2015

8703
2015 Chevrolet Suburban LS 

   

 8704

8704
2013 Chevrolet Suburban 2500

   

IMG 4040

8705
2016 Chevrolet Suburban LS

   


8703

8700
2006 Chevrolet Suburban 1500
*Designated Spare Chiefs Vehicle*

Former 8703 Vehicle

 

 

 

Manhasset-Lakeville F.D. Ambulances

 Click the links below for more information on each piece of apparatus:

   

8767

Ambulance 8767
2014 Wheeled Coach Type I Ambulance

8768

Ambulance 8768
2010 Wheeled Coach Custom Series

   
 

Ambulance 8769 

Ambulance 8769
2000 PL Custom Type III ALS Ambulance

 
   

Manhasset-Lakeville F.D. Rescues

Click the links below for more information on each piece of apparatus.

   

Rescue 8713 

Rescue 8713
2001 American LaFrance Light Rescue

Rescue 8730

Rescue 8730
1995 Pierce Lance Heavy Rescue

   
   

Antique Engine 8750

 

Antique Engine 8750

 

About Antique Engine 8750:  

In October of 1994, the Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department went to Hawthorne, New York to pick up their old pumper, which had been sitting in the woods for ten years.

Engine 8750 was originally purchased in the winter of 1948 as the first new piece of equipment for Company #5, which was organized just three years earlier. This Class "A" Pumper was bought to serve the south-side of the district, which after World War II was expanding southward toward New Hyde Park. The Engine served Company #5 until 1963 when a 1500GPM Young Pumper on a Ford Chassis replaced it. Instead of being placed into retirement, the engine was sent over to Company #4 where it was used as their second due engine until 1968, when it was replaced by a 1500GPM Hahn Pumper.

In that year it was sold to Floral Park Center, where it was in service until the early 1980's. When they put it out of service, it was purchased by Deputy Chief Joe Geiman from Company #5 and used for his personal use. When a home and monies were unavailable for the restoration it needed, Joe sold it to Firefighter Charles Ledig. When Charlie retired he took the Engine with him upstate.

The Engine was parked in Charlie's backyard where it sat until the fall of 1994 when Mrs. Ledig called down to inform us she wanted to get rid of it, asking if we would like it before she called a junk yard. So our journey began with the help of the Great Neck Alert Fire Company. With their cooperation and the use of their tractor-trailer, we headed north to pull old Engine 8750 out of the woods and trailer her home to Manhasset.

Upon arrival back in our district, we unloaded and parked the Engine in the rear of Company #4's firehouse. The Engine was made to run and be driven to our main plant where the Fire Commissioners gave us a garage to work in.

Like any restoration, pictures were taken for reference and the long process began. With the exception of refinishing the chrome and rebuilding the alternator, all the work was done in house. With a half a dozen members the job was slowly completed although we always found something else to do.

From October 1994 until the present, extensive restoration work has been performed. We now are still working on the Engine and are continually cleaning it, and keeping it in prime condition for all the shows which our committee attends annually.

We hope you like what work we have done with this antique, and hope to see you at the next show!

Members of the M-LFD Antique Truck Committee:

Frank Bridges
Chairman

Robert DeVito
Neil Hicks Sr.
Patrick McGrath
John Boesch
Scott Garrigan
William Mazurkiewicz
Jonathan Staller
Alex Sequiera

 

Before Photographs:

 

 

 

 

Manhasset-Lakeville F.D. Other Vehicles
 
 
 

EMS First Response Vehicle 8799

This 2015 Ford Expedition is used by the Ambulance Unit as a first response vehicle.  It is staffed by an EMT or EMT-CC and can either respond directly to the scene to initiate immediate patient care or respond to quarters to get the ambulance on the road.  It is equipped with the latest emergency medical equipment for emergency medical service first response.


UTV 

UTV

This Polaris XP is equipped with interchangable beds for firefighting and EMS and can get to places where traditional apparatus can't go.  The firefighting bed has a pump, tank and booster hose while the EMS bed has an attendant's seat as well as storage for medical equipment and a stokes basket for a patient.  This vehicle was purchased using grant money obtained by State Senator Jack Martins.


Water Rescue Van 8710

Water Rescue Van 8710

This retired maintenance van is used solely to transport the Manhasset-Lakeville F.D.'s Zodiac Rescue Boat which is housed inflated at Company #1's firehouse.  The boat responds to all water-related incidents throughout the fire district.


 

Fire Police Unit Van 8790

This 1998 Ford Econoline 12 Passenger Van is used by the Manhasset-Lakeville F.D. Fire Police Unit at emergency scenes as well as various department events.

 


 V8791

Department Van 8791

This 2016 Ford Transit Van is used to transport department members to and from fire department-related events.


 

Department Van 8792

This 2009 Chevrolet Express Passenger Van is used to transport department members to and from fire department-related events.


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Department Van 8793

This 2012 Ford Econoline 12 Passenger Van is used to transport department members to and from fire department-related events.

   

 

 

 

 

Manhasset-Lakeville F.D. Ladders

Click the links below for more information on each unit.

 

 

8720

Tower Ladder 8720
2014 KME Tower Ladder

Quint 8728

Quint 8728
2003 Spartan/Crimson Quint

   

Ladder 8743

Ladder 8743
2008 Smeal Aerial Ladder

 

IMG 6836

Tower Ladder 8744
2018 KME Tower Ladder

   
   

Manhasset-Lakeville F.D. Engines

Click the links below for more information on each piece of apparatus.

     

 Engine 8711

Engine 8711
2006 KME XLFD Pumper

Engine 8712 

Engine 8712
2013 Spartan ERV Pumper

 Engine 8725

Engine 8725
1991 Pierce Lance Pumper

     

 Engine 8733

Engine 8733
1990 Boardman Pumper

 Engine 8735

Engine 8735
2000 KME Renegade Pumper

Engine 8740 

Engine 8740
2006 KME XLFD Pumper

     

 Engine 8756

Engine 8756
1997 KME Excel Pumper

 Engine 8758

Engine 8758
2000 KME Excel Pumper

 
     
     
     

8705 Truck

IMG 4040

2016 Chevrolet Suburban LS

8704 Truck

8704 Truck

 

2013 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 Series

8703 Truck

8703 Truck

2015 Chevrolet Suburban LS Series

8702 Truck

8702 Truck

 

2011 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 Series

8701 Truck

8701 Chief Truck

 

2010 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 Series

EMS Fly Car 8799

EMS Fly Car 8799

 

2011 Ford Expedition

Used as the Ambulance Unit's First Response Vehicle or "Fly Car"

Equipped with emergency medical equipment for EMS first response

Ambulance 8769

Ambulance 8769

 

2000 PL Custom Type III ALS Ambulance
Ford E-450 Super Duty Chassis
** 8769 is designated as a spare ambulance and is not a front-line piece of apparatus **

 

 

 

 

Ambulance 8767

8767

2014 Wheeled Coach Type I Ambulance
Ford F-550 Series Heavy Duty Chassis
Whelen LED Emergency Lighting

Ambulance 8768

8768

2010 Wheeled Coach Custom Series
Ford E-450 Super Duty Chassis
Whelen LED Emergency Lighting

Ambulance 8768 is dedicated to the memory of Chief Lee T. Strickland of Company #4 who regretfully passed away in June 2006 while serving as the Chief of Department.  Lee was one of the original founding members of the M-LFD Ambulance Unit and was always an enormous support.

 

 

Squad 8759

Squad 8759

 

2011 Smeal Rescue Pumper
Smeal Sirius ELFD 7-man Crew Cab
Hale 1250GPM Qflo Plus Single Stage Midship Pump
Fire Research INControl Pump Governor & Foam Pro System
15kW Generator with 9kW Command Light Tower
200 Gallon Water Tank
30 Gallon Foam Cell
600' of 5" Supply Line
250' of 2 1/2" Dead Lay
(2) 200' 1" 3/4 Pre-Connects
50' Booster Reel

Hydraulic Ladder Rack with:
24' Extension Ladder
10' Roof Ladder
Folding Attic Ladder

Hurst Octcoflow PTO Hydraulic Pump with the following rescue tools pre-connected:
(2) Hurst Spreaders - KL-32 & ML-32B
(2) Hurst Cutters - ML-50 & X-Tractor II
(3) Hurst Rams - 22", 36", 60"

Paratech Standard Vehicle Stabilization Kit

 

Rescue 8713

Rescue 8713

 

2001 American La France Metropolitan Light Rescue

250GPM Pump w/300 Gallon booster tank

Heavy Rescue 8730

Heavy Rescue 8730

 

 

 

1995 Pierce Lance Heavy Rescue Walk-Through
MSA 60 Minute R.I.T. SCBA Cylinder
18 Spare Cylinder Compartment for storing spare SCBA cylinders
Telescoping light system for providing scene lighting
Heavy-Duty Front Bumper Mounted Winch
MSA Solaris Multi-Gas Detector
Hurst Paladin Tool for spreading and cutting
Hurst 32B Spreader, Cutter and (3) Hurst Rams
Hurst inflatable air bag system for lifting heavy objects
K-1200 Partner Fire/Rescue Circular Saw & Chain Saw
DeWalt SawzAll, DeWalt Drill Gun, Excalibur Mini-Cutter
Air Chisel, ArcAir Cutting Torch
Rabbit Tool & Hydra-Ram Tool
Paratech Stabilization Kit
(4) Come-Alongs
(2) Exhaust Fans
(4) Rescue Harnesses
Various heavy-duty plastic cribbing and step chocks
Various rope rescue equipment
Various HazMat Equipment
Various F.A.S.T. Team Equipment
Various bolt cutters

 

Heavy Rescue 8730 was put into service to respond to all Signal 10's (working structure fires), serious motor vehicle accidents, Hazardous Material (HazMat) situations and Mass Casualty Incidents (MCIs). In addition, Heavy Rescue 8730 responds to all other rare rescue situations encountered within the district, including technical rescues. Heavy Rescue 8730 is a walk-through rescue which allows it to be setup and used as a command post, if needed. Heavy Rescue 8730 holds the latest technological equipment made for the fire industry today. Heavy Rescue 8730 was purchased in 1997 from the East Meadow Fire District.

Heavy Rescue 8730 is dedicated to Ex-Department President and M-LFD Co. #3 Firefighter Joseph Quesada.

 

 

 

Quint 8728

Quint 8728

 

2003 Crimson/Spartan Quint
75' Rear Mount Aerial Ladder
1500GPM Pump with 500 Gallon Booster Tank
20 Gallon Class "B" Foam Tank
500' of 3" Supply Line
400' of 2 1/2" Hose Line
(3) 1" 3/4 Pre-Connect Hose Lines
1" 3/4 Front Bumper "Car Fire" Hose Line
10kW Generator

Tower Ladder 8744

IMG 6836

2018 KME Tower Ladder
8-Man Crew Cab
95' Tower Ladder w/Pre-Piped Master Stream
Multiple Ground Ladders

Tower Ladder 8720

 

8720 

2014 KME Tower Ladder
7-Man Crew Cab
100' Tower Ladder w/Pre-Piped Master Stream
Cummins 550HP Engine
Allison Transmission
15KW Generator
Multiple Ground Ladders

Ladder 8743

Ladder 8743

 

2008 Smeal 105' Rear Mount Aerial Ladder
Smeal Sirius ELFD Chassis
10" Raised Roof 8-Man Crew Cab
500lb. Aerial Ladder Tip Load while flowing 1250GPM
Cummins ISM 500HP Engine
Allison 4000 EVP 5-Speed Transmission
Harrison 15kW PTO Generator
Blue LED Aerial Ladder Rung Lighting
MSA Evolution 5200HD Thermal Imagining Camera
MSA Solaris Multi-Gas Detector
(2) Husqvarna K960 Circular Saws [1 Roof, 1 Forcible Entry]
Cutters Edge Fire Rescue Chainsaw & Makita Chainsaw
(2) Milwaukee Sawzalls Recip Saws [1 Corded, 1 Cordless]
Panasonic Toughbook 19 MDT
All LED Emergency Lighting

 

Engine 8758

Engine 8758

 

2000 KME Excel Chassis 1500GPM Pumper
10-Man Crew Cab
750 Gallon Booster Tank
50 Gallon Class "A" Tank
50 Gallon Class "B" Tank
8KW Hydraulic Generator
1,000' of 5" Supply Line

 

Engine 8756

Engine 8756

 

1997 KME Excel Chassis w/Custom 20" Raised Roof
1,500GPM Hale Pump
400HP Cummins Engine
500 Gallon Booster Tank
10-Man Crew Cab
Custom Interior Cab Mounted Pump Panel
Rear Booster Line
Formally assigned as M-LFD Company #4's Engine 8746

Engine 8740

Engine 8740

  

2006 KME XLFD Chassis w/8-man Crew Cab
1500GPM Pumper w/500 Gallon Booster Tank
20 Gallon Class "B" Foam Tank
Top Mount Pump Panel w/Master Stream
 100' of 1" 3/4 Front Bumper "Car Fire" Hose Line
1,000' of 5" Supply Line
600' of 2 1/2" Dead-Lay Line
300' of 2 1/2" Preconnect
400' of 2 1/2" Attack Line underneath 300' of 1" 3/4
(2) 1" 3/4 Preconnected Attack Lines, 300' & 250'
250' Booster Hose Reel
Whelen LED Emergency Lighting

 Engine 8740 is dedicated to the memory of Chief Lee T. Strickland, who proudly served as the Deputy Chief of Company #4 for eight years and regretfully passed away while serving as the Chief of Department in June 2006.

 

Engine 8735

Engine 8735

 

2000 KME Renegade Chassis
1500 GPM Pumper w/500 Gallon Booster Tank
20 Gallon Foam Tank
10-Man Crew Cab
400HP Engine
Detriot Diesel Allison Transmission
1,000' of 5" Supply Line
500' of 3" Supply Line
(3) 1" 3/4 Pre-Connected Crosslays of 350', 300' and 250'
500' of 2 1/2" Attack Line
150' 1" 3/4 Rear Foam Pre-connect
150' 2 1/2" Pre-Connect on top of an additional supply of 250'
Rear Booster Line
MSA Evolution 5000 Thermal Imaging Camera

Engine 8735 is dedicated to Co. #3 Ex-Captain Thomas Comesky Sr.

Engine 8733

Engine 8733

 

1990 Boardman 1,500GPM Pumper
500 Gallon Booster Tank
6-Man Simon-Duplex Crew Cab
Side Mount Pump Panel
Cummins 400 Diesel Engine
Allison HT740 Transmission
1,000' of 5" Supply Line
350' of 2 1/2" Attack Line
650' of 1" 3/4 Attack Line
(3) 1" 3/4 Pre-Connected Crosslays at 350', 300' and 250'
200' of 1" 3/4 Pre-Connected Akron Foam Line
Rear Booster Reel

Engine 8725

Engine 8725

 

1991 Pierce 1500GPM Pumper
500 Gallon Booster Tank
20 Gallon Foam Tank
Top Mount Pump Panel
Twin Booster Reels
10-man Crew Cab

Engine 8711 

Engine 8711

 

2006 KME XLFD 1500GPM Pumper
500 Gallon Booster Tank
20 Gallon Class "B" Foam Tank
8-man Crew Cab
100' of 1" 3/4 Front Bumper "Car Fire" Attack Line
1,000' of 5" Supply Line
800' of 2 1/2" Dead-Lay Line
300' of 2 1/2" Pre-Connect
300' of 2 1/2" Attack Line underneath 300' of 1" 3/4
(2) 1" 3/4 Pre-Connected Attack Lines at 300' and 250'
Booster Reel
Top Mount Pump Panel w/Master Stream
Whelen LED Emergency Lighting

Engine 8712

Engine 8712

 

2013 Spartan ERV 1500GPM Pumper

Code 3 LED Emergency Lighting

Engine 8712 is dedicated to the memory of Company #1 Ex-Captain Thomas A. Tranfaglia who proudly served as Captain from March 1970-1972 and passed away in 2011.

 

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