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New ambulance for Bolingbrook

From the Fire Service, Inc. Facebook page:

Fire Service, Inc would like to thank the Bolingbrook Fire Department on their recent order for a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance. This is the 6th Wheeled Coach for Bolingbrook. The ambulance has been designed with the safety of the occupants, and the operational needs of the department in mind. Suppression compartments on each side of the ambulance allow storage for SCBA, water rescue, and Rescue Task Force equipment which are easily accessible. Interior accommodations include the IMMI Per4Max restraint system, which fully allows the medics to be belted and remain restrained while working the patient. CN 10 and 11 compliant cabinetry and interior components, and the Stryker Power Load system, combine function with protection. Patented Cool Bar Ducted HVAC system provides superior temperature control within the module, and the advantage of 45 degree emergency warning lighting across the front of the ambulance. Whelen Warning systems including LED M series exterior lights, LED domes and Whelen siren, again Bolingbrook is mission ready for its community. We are excited to continue our relationship with Bolingbrook FD as a member of the Fire Service, Inc. family. 

drawing of a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance

new ambulance for the Bolingbrook FD

 

drawing of a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance

new ambulance for the Bolingbrook FD

 

drawing of a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance

new ambulance for the Bolingbrook FD

 

drawing of a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance

new ambulance for the Bolingbrook FD

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New ambulance for Bolingbrook

From the Fire Service, Inc. Facebook page:

Fire Service, Inc would like to thank the Bolingbrook Fire Department on their recent order for a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance. This is the 6th Wheeled Coach for Bolingbrook Fire Department. The ambulance has been designed with the safety of the occupants, and the operational needs of the department in mind. Suppression compartments on each side of the ambulance allow storage for SCBA, water rescue, and Rescue Task Force equipment which are easily accessible. Interior accommodations include the IMMI Per4Max restraint system, which allows the medics to be belted and remain restrained while working on the patient. CN 10 and 11 compliant cabinetry and interior components, and the Stryker Power Load system, combine function with protection. Patented Cool Bar Ducted HVAC system provides superior temperature control within the module, and the advantage of 45 degree emergency warning lighting across the front of the ambulance. Whelen warning systems including LED M-series exterior lights, LED domes, and Whelen siren. Bolingbrook is mission ready for its community. We are excited to continue our relationship with Bolingbrook FD as a member of the Fire Service, Inc. family. 

Drawing of a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance for the Bolingbrook FD

Drawing of a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance for the Bolingbrook FD

Drawing of a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance for the Bolingbrook FD

Drawing of a 2019 Ford F550 Type 1 Wheeled Coach ambulance for the Bolingbrook FD

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New ambulance for Bolingbrook

From the Fire Service, Inc. Facebook page:

Congratulations to the Bolingbrook , IL Fire Department on the delivery of their latest Wheeled Coach type 1 ambulance. This unit has substantial safety and operational improvements to help them meet their mission. This ambulance is built fully compliant with Change Notice 8 and 10, featuring upgraded interior cabinetry and closures designed for crash stability and the safety of interior occupants. The Stryker Power Load system serves both the medics with proven reduction in lifting injuries and retains the patient in the event of an accident. Finally each side has structural gear and SCBA compartments. And introducing to this agency a curbside sliding door to assist in the safety zone for the medics. On the Ford F550 4×4 chassis, with full Whelen LED warning and interior lighting packages and the patented Cool Bar HVAC system, Bolingbrook has made a significant investment in providing their community with the safest, most value driven emergency EMS apparatus possible. Thanks again for being a part of the Fire Service, Inc. family.

 

Bolingbrook FD Ambulance M3
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Bolingbrook FD Ambulance M3
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Bolingbrook FD Ambulance M3
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New engine for Bolingbrook (more)

This from Daniel Hynd:

The new Engine 3 for Bolingbrook has finally been placed into service this week.

E-ONE Quest e-MAX fire engine

Bolingbrook FD Engine 3. Daniel Hynd photo

E-ONE Quest e-MAX fire engine

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Dumpster fire in Bolingbrook, 7-26-18

This from David Hess:

On July 26, 2018 Bolingbrook IL Fire Department responded to a dumpster fire with extension to warehouse structure located on Lily Cache Lane.

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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dumpster fire in Bolingbrook

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New engine for Bolingbrook (more)

From the E-ONE Facebook page:

Congratulations to the Bolingbrook Fire Department on their new E-ONE eMax Rescue Pumper featuring a 530-gallon water tank and 1500-gpm pump. Check out the customized front grill and great storage in the front bumper. #EONEstrength #firetrucks#BolingbrookIL

Bolingbrook Firefighters accept new E-ONE fire engine

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customized E-ONE Quest grill with fire department name

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Bolingbrook FD E-ONE fire engine

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New engine for Bolingbrook (more)

This from Daniel Hand:

The new E-One engine for Bolingbrook has been completed so#141498

Bolingbrook FD Engine 3

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Bolingbrook FD Engine 3

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Bolingbrook FD Engine 3

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Bolingbrook FD Engine 3

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Bolingbrook FD Engine 3

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Bolingbrook FD Engine 3

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Bolingbrook FD Engine 3

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New engine for Bolingbrook (more)

updated photos of the new engine being built for Bolingbrook by E-ONE so#141498

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fire engine being built fro Bolingbrook

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fire engine being built fro Bolingbrook

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fire engine being built fro Bolingbrook

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fire engine being built fro Bolingbrook

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fire engine being built fro Bolingbrook

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fire engine being built fro Bolingbrook

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fire engine being built fro Bolingbrook

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fire engine being built fro Bolingbrook

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New engine for Bolingbrook (more)

updated photos of the new engine being built for Bolingbrook by E-ONE so#141498

E-ONE fire engine being built

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E-ONE fire engine being built

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E-ONE fire engine being built

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E-ONE fire engine being built

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Bolingbrook Fire Department news

Excerpts from the herald-news.com:

Edward Hospital’s Emergency Medical Services Run of the Quarter for July-September 2017 has been awarded to the Bolingbrook Fire Department for the care of a 52-year-old woman who had gone into cardiac arrest.

On July 10, BFD paramedics were called to the Edward-Elmhurst Health Bolingbrook Immediate Care, where the patient’s husband brought her because she was cool, clammy and feeling ill at work. While in the waiting room, she went into cardiac arrest. Edward-Elmhurst Immediate Care staff resuscitated the patient, and she was moved into a treatment room.

Upon their arrival, paramedics did an assessment and performed tests that confirmed the woman was having a heart attack. She was taken to the Edward Hospital Emergency Department and later treated in the cardiac catheterization lab for a totally blocked coronary artery that required angioplasty and a stent to restore blood flow. The patient went home three days later.

In the Run of the Quarter program, the Edward EMS Team reviews ambulance runs by prehospital providers and selects one to be recognized every three months based on the following criteria:

• Excellent communication from the field that resulted in the timely delivery of pertinent clinical information to the Edward emergency department staff

• Clear and thorough documentation.

• Superior clinical assessment skills that resulted in accurate recognition of a clinical situation.

• Behavior exceeding the call of duty in the field.

• Superior partnership and teamwork with Edward Hospital.

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