Station No. 2

                                     

 

STATION 2 - Campden

4238 Fly Road, Campden

The Campden fire station has a complement of 21 personnel, responding to approximately 100 calls for service annually in the southern end of the town. The northern boundary being the Niagara Escarpment and the southern boundary being the Township of West Lincoln. The western boundary being the Town of Grimsby and the eastern boundary being Victoria Avenue.

 

PUMP 621

2001 Freightliner - 5000 lpm -  5,400 litre Tank

Pump 621 is a pumper/tanker that is equipped with emergency medical equipment, extrication equipment, electrical generators, scene lighting, and foam in addition to the requisite firefighting equipment, hoses and ladders.

 

SQUAD 628

2003 Ford - Emergency Medical Response/Brush Fire Truck

 

Lincoln Fire Rescue squads are equipped as brush trucks, which have 4 x 4 capabilities, and carry 400 litres of water with an independent pump that delivers high-pressure, low volume streams for fighting grass and brush fires.  All Lincoln Fire Rescue squads are also equipped with a semi-automatic external defibrillator, oxygen, and trauma bags and respond to all calls for emergency medical service.

TANKER 626

1996 GMC Topkick - 9,000 litres

 

Tanker 626 responds to structural fires within the Town of Lincoln to supply water to incidents that are non hydrant areas.  Carries 9,000 litres (2,000 gallons) of water.

4800 South Service Road
Beamsville, Ontario
L0R 1B1
  

TEL: 905-563-8205
FAX: 905-563-6566
Emergency After-hours: 905-641-0971
info@lincoln.ca

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