Ambulances, Equipment, and Offices

Administrative Offices
217 E Third Avenue
Pamplico, SC 29583

Formerly Coleman Family Practice
New building site - Waiting on final approval for USDA Grant and Loan for construction
191 W. Sixth Avenue
Fire Station 1 - Main Fire Station - 100 River Road

Ambulance PR-22
2008 Ford
Type III Van Module
Manufactured by Road Rescue
Full advanced life support unit
Also carries Helicopter Landing Zone Lighting Kit

First Out


Ambulance PR-24
2006 Ford
Type III Van Module
Just purchased 11-22-2014
Full advanced life support unit

Second out

Ambulance PR-21
1996 Ford
Type III Van Module
Manufactured by Taylor Ambulance
Full advanced life support unit.

Third out 

Tahoe
Acquired from SC DOT as an administrative vehicle, to change to a another QRV.
Will be painted, emergency lights, and necessary equipment will be added.
1999 Ford Explorer

Acquired from Florence County as a surplus vehicle.
Used for First Response as necessary, otherwise used by members to go to classes and meetings.
Carries items necessary to set up a incident command. 
Work underway to replace with a larger and newer vehicle.

Crash Truck PR-25
1984
Carries a high output built-in generator and high pressure air supply system.
High capacity electric driven winch system and electric brake wheel locks provide scene stability.

Purchased from South Lynches Fire District
Farewell PR24, you have served this community well. Brought to SC after a tour of duty with the Gulf war, South Lynches used this truck in the Cades Community. We purchased it in 2003 and it has served us well.
It is now on to another assignment with Beech Grove VFD in Calhoun, KY. So glad this department is getting it, we know they will take good care of it. Departing March 2015.

Heavy Crash Truck PR-24 - Reserve
1984 Military Jeep conversion
Multipanel rear step compartment by AA Builders
4 wheel drive, extra-heavy duty crash truck, not used for usual operations. Carries a high output built-in
generator and high pressure air supply system. Can
operate as a cascade system for airpack refill on mass operations. Jeep body and high clearance allows this to go off-road,
and into isolated or inaccessible areas, where a regular crash truck would not be able to go. High capacity engine driven winch
system and electric brake wheel locks provide scene stability.
 

MULE ATV

For use in off road rescue, football games, public events, and similar situations.

Has stainless steel storage bins and a backboard mounting bracket. Basic splinting, vacuum splints and bandaging supplies
under backboard mount, Lifepack 11, AED, suction, and other ALS supplies under other side.

Crash Truck

Older ambulance converted to rescue only role, commonly called a Crash Module style.

No longer in service as of 2005, just shown for historical purposes.

Service Truck
1972 Chevrolet
Used for rehab and miscellaneous work.

This was actually purchased as an ambulance, and ran calls in the early 1970's.
Your may have seen this syle if you watched the old Emergency TV show.