RECENT DELIVERIES

Eagle Emergency Vehicles is continually delivering new fire trucks, ambulances, light rescues and other emergency vehicles to departments throughout Long Island. Featured below are some of our most recent deliveries. We represent Rosenbauer Fire Trucks, Braun Ambulances, and  Stonewell Bodies in the region. 

FIRE TRUCKS

17762 Village of Farmingdale

The Farmingdale Fire Department Rescue Squad is located in Farmingdale, New York. The department provides both Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support care to the residents of the Inc. Village of Farmingdale. The squad is made up of members from both the Water Witch Engine and Hose Co #1 and Hook Ladder and Hose

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74453 Seaford Fire District

The Seaford Fire Department consists of 1 Station centrally located in the middle of Seaford, New York. They are staffed 100% by volunteer firefighters and volunteer emergency medical personnel. Their fleet consists of 3 engines, 2 ambulances, 1 ladder truck, 1 heavy rescue truck and multiple support vehicles. Make: Rosenbauer Type: Custom Aerial RK Viper

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74416 Ramsey Fire Department

Ramsey Fire Department is located in Ramsey, New Jersey and was established in 1899. Through leadership, dedication, integrity, professionalism, and education the Ramsey Fire Department strives to protect the lives and property of the residents and visitors of Ramsey and wherever else called upon, any need, any time or any place. Make: Rosenbauer Type: Custom

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AMBULANCES

7603 Bay Shore Brightwaters Ambulance Inc.

Bay Shore Brightwaters Ambulance Inc. is a volunteer non-profit organization that provides Emergency Medical Service to the communities of Bay Shore, Brightwaters and West Bay Shore. Located in Bay Shore, New York, their district covers 25 square miles and have several points of interest including all major highways, Southside Hospital, Bay Shower Schools and the

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7596 Oceanside Fire District

Oceanside Fire Department is located in Oceanside, New York. The department consists of 220 volunteer members and 25 paid medics protecting the residents of Oceanside, New York and surrounding communities. The department is made up of Salamander Hook Ladder and Bucket Co. #1, Columbia Engine Co. #1, Oceanside Hose Co. #1, South Side Hose Co.

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