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Fire Station #8-4 - 1365 Elgin Mills Road East

Fire Station 8-4
Nearest Intersection: Elgin Mills Road East and Redstone Road

Officially opened in May 2000, Station 8-4 is named after former Deputy Fire Chief Russell “Curly” Lynett. This station was the first ‘single floor design’ station in Richmond Hill. The single floor design reduces response times of fire crews, and also improves the safety of firefighters responding to calls from within the station.

Station 8-4 is home to 20 suppression personnel (firefighters) who work on four separate crews. This station is considered the ‘technical discipline’ station, with firefighters responding to all types of emergency calls, but being specially trained in hazardous materials (HAZMAT), confined space, trench and high level rope rescues.

The station houses a radio room with a base radio for direct communications, hose tower, kitchen, lounge as well as both male and female dorm areas.

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Station 8-4 Vehicles

Pumper 841

Quint 843 This custom built, 2014 Spartan/Dependable Rescue Pumper is one of the newest addition to the RHFES fleet, being put in to service in November 2014. 841 is equipped as a pumper, and also carries standard structural firefighting equipment, as well as auto extrication equipment.

Pumper 841 is the first run vehicle out of Station 8-4. Its sister truck runs out of Station 8-2.

841 Specifications
Manufacturer Type of Apparatus Year Pump Capacity Tank Capacity
Spartan Pumper 2014 8000 Lpm 2839 L

Hazmat 848

Hazmat 848 This custom built 1989 Pierce Arrow Heavy Hazmat (Hazardous Materials) truck contains a command post, complete with fire department radio, cellular telephone, desktop and air filtration system. It also carries many specialized tools such as Hurst hydraulic tools, better known as the ‘Jaws of Life’, high/low pressure air bags, and gas detectors. Hazmat clean-up and containment equipment are also carried on the truck.

Hazmat 848 is the first run vehicle for responses involving hazardous materials.

848 Specifications
Manufacturer Type of Apparatus Year Pump Capacity Tank Capacity
Superior Support - HAZMAT 1989 N/A N/A
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