Medium Duty Rescues


City of Moore Fire Department

Moore, OK

Model PL0773


The City of Moore gained worldwide attention May 20, 2013 when it was hit by a devastating EF-5 tornado, virtually wiping out the town and portions of South Oklahoma City. The resiliency of its people has been incredible, plus the outpouring of thousands of people from across America who have poured into the city immediately afterward and over the year since assisting with restoration projects. One of the apparatus subsequently replaced by the fire department is an Air/Light/Rehab vehicle.

  • Hackney PL0773 14.25-ft Rescue body with seven roll-up door compartments
  • Ford F650 cab/chassis
  • Cummins ISB engine; 340 hp
  • Allison 3000EVS automatic transmission
  • 8500# front axle; 17,500# rear axle with air suspension
  • Aluminum wheels
  • 320-amp alternator
  • 45-amp battery conditioner with Kussmaul Super AutoEject shorepower connection
  • InstaChain automatic tire chains
  • Slide-out aluminum pegboard toolboard (extends out both sides of body)
  • SCBA bottle storage rack for twenty spare bottles
  • Awning across rear body covering the SCBA fill station work zone
  • LED taillights and marker lights
  • Whelen 90-series LED OptiScene lights; (2) upper left, (2) upper right, (2) upper rear body
  • Recessed LED compartment light strips
  • Whelen LED NFPA 1901 upper and lower zone warning lights
  • 100-watt electronic siren with bumper mounted speaker
  • 5.5kw Onan generator with separate fuel tank and starting battery ahead of right rear wheels
  • Bauer CFSII SCBA fill station with four-bank cascade fill panel
  • 6000 psi DOT air storage vessels (8)


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