2015 Chevy Tahoe
This vehicle is BLS equipped and is used primarily as a first response vehicle. It is equipped to respond in the case of a delayed response from a medic unit. It is also utilized by our ALS providers, responding to requests for ALS assistance/intercepts.
CCRS is designated as Squad 2 by Campbell County Communications and as Squad 5 by Bedford County Communications. It is important to mention that our apparatus have 2 different radio designations based on the county within which the unit is responding. EMS 2 remains the same in Campbell County, whereas, it is referred to as EMS 5 by Bedford County.
2014 Type 1 4WD Ford F350/Osage Remount
Medic 3 is a remount model. This unit houses our Zoll X-Series heart monitor.
Interior pictures of the patient care compartment can be found in the Picture Gallery in the Misc Apparatus category.
2014 Type 1 Ford F350/Osage Warrior Remount
Medic 4 is another remount model.
CCRS Medic units are designated with the number 2 in Campbell County and the number 5 in Bedford County. This additional number precedes the assigned number of the truck, for example, MEDIC 2-4 or MEDIC 5-4, whichever is relevant.
2009 Type I Ford F450 4WD/Osage Super Warrior
Medic 5 was purchased with patient and crew comfort in mind. It was the first unit to come equipped with a mounted GPS, secure climate controlled storage for our BREMS Drug Box, all LED emergency lighting, and our first battery powered Stryker cot.
2006 Type 1 4WD Ford F450/National (Remount)
Interior pictures of patient care compartment can be found in the Picture Gallery in the Misc Apparatus category.
All CCRS medic units are equipped to provide patient care at the Paramedic level, as regulated by the VA Office of EMS. Our medic units are regularly staffed at the VA EMT-Basic certification level as a minimum. Otherwise, the units are staffed with Advanced Life Support (ALS) providers whenever possible.
Our units are equipped with many basic necessities to include on-board oxygen, on-board suction, basic first aid supplies and bandages, and other items needed to handle various medical and trauma emergencies. We also carry many pieces of equipment, necessary to administer Advanced Life Support care.
The equipment that is carried on every medic unit consists of the following:
Long Spine Board with Head Immobilizers
Kendrick Extrication Devices (KED)
Portable Suction Units
Portable Oxygen Tanks
Pulse Oximetry Monitors
Various tools and rescue equipment
All of our medic units are equipped with Stryker Pro stretchers for patient transportation. Every unit is equipped with a Zoll Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator. These devices are useful in the care and treatment of patients suffering from a cardiac emergency, such as an Acute Coronary Syndrome or a Cardiac Arrest. All of our monitors are manufactured by Zoll. All of our "front line" or "first due" apparatus carry either the Zoll M Series or Zoll E Series with "12-Lead EKG" capability. CCRS recently phased out the use of the Zoll 1600 Series monitors, and 2 of these models are kept for reserve use, however, all apparatus now carry a minimum of a Zoll M Series monitor. This success is thanks to support from Centra Health, The Stroobants Foundation, and The BREMS Regional Council. All CCRS units now carry the ability to transmit, via radio, a prehospital 12-Lead ECG. This is accomplished via the Rosetta device from General Devices, which is now standard equipment on all CCRS medic units.
All of our medic units are rotated throughout our three (3) stations serving Campbell and Bedford Counties. Our department headquarters, Station 1, is located at 155 Rainbow Forest Drive, in close proximity to Timberlake Road (460 Business) and US Route 460 in Campbell County. Any of our medic units may be located in any station and may respond as needed to any part of our primary response area as needed or deemed necessary.
1999 Type I Ford F350/National
Medic 7 is the oldest in our fleet and is scheduled to be taken out of service and replaced in the 2012-2013 operational year.
2008 Type I Ford F450/Osage Super Warrior
Medic 2-8 is equipped with a back-up camera. The camera is mounted on the rear of the modular and is activated when the truck is placed in reverse. The camera provides a view of the area behind the truck into which the driver can view any possible obstacles, allowing for safer operation.
1996 Spartan Custom-Cab Rescue
Rescue 2-1 is housed at CCRS Station 1 located on Rainbow Forest Drive. From this location, the truck is readily accessible to our first-due areas in Campbell and Bedford Counties. The truck is used on a first-due response to motor vehicle accidents and dual response with four (4) local fire departments, to include: Forest VFD (Bedford County), Brookville-Timberlake VFD, Lyn-Dan Heights VFD, and Evington VFD. The truck is a great asset for incidents that occur on the major highways in our territory, which include US-460, US-29, and US-221.
Rescue 2-1 is a 1996 model Saulsbury Heavy Rescue on a Spartan Chassis. The truck was custom built for CCRS and weighs 39,000 pounds. The truck has a turbo charged Detroit 60 Series coupled with an Allison transmission that produces 450 horsepower.
The truck is equipped with a command post, to include a coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave, fax machine, three (3) cellular phones, a satellite phone. Radios on the truck include: UHF, VHF, Low Band, and 800 MHZ. The truck is equipped with two (2) Wilburn Nightscan light towers, mounted on the roof. The truck has a 35 Kw Onan PTO powered generator. It also carries a 4-bottle cascade system. It is euipped with gas and electric powered hydraulic pumps with hydraulic reels mounted on the front and rear of the truck. The truck is also equipped with Onspot tire chains. There is a 12,000 pound Ramsey winch mounted on the front bumper.
Equipment on the truck includes, but is not limited to:
Hurst Hydraulic Rescue Tools
SCBA (4) mounted in the cab
Confined Space Rescue equipment
High & Low Pressure Airbags
Various assorted cribbing
2200 Watt Portable Generator
Patient Immobilization Equipment
Assorted Hand Tools
2005 Ford F450 Remount by M&W Fire Apparatus
RESCUE 1 is referred to as RESCUE 21 in Campbell County and CRASH 5 in Bedford County. RESCUE 2 is called RESCUE 22 by Campbell Comm. and is also known as CRASH 5-A in Bedford County.