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HistoryEdit

McNab-Braeside Township was formed in 1998 through the amalgamation of the Village of Braeside and the Township of McNab. Each municipality operated its own fire department prior to the merger, namely the Braeside Fire Department and McNab Township Fire Department.

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Unit 9813 - 2010 GMC Sierra (Fire Chief)

Fire Station 1 - 2508 Russett Drive, Glasgow StationEdit

Unit 9620 - 2010 International 7400 / Seagrave pumper (1050/800/25F)
Unit 9715 - 1989 White Volvo GMC / 1994 Sunderland/Almonte tanker (port./3500) (ex-Ottawa Fire Services)
Unit 9849 - 2007 Ford F350 / CET Skid Unit Brush Truck
Unit 9862 - 1995 Freightliner FL80 / Dependable heavy rescue (ex-Cobourg Fire - Rescue)

Fire Station 2 - 142 Burnstown Road, White LakeEdit

Unit 9619 - 1996 GMC Top Kick / Almonte pumper (840/1000) (SN#10458)
Unit 9714 - 2016 International / Arnprior pumper/tanker (1050/2500)

Fire Station 3 - 912 Centre Street, BraesideEdit

Unit 9616 - 1997 Spartan Gladiator / American Eagle (1050/800) (ex-Ottawa Fire Services)
Unit 9617 - 2015 International TerraStar / Arnprior mini-pumper (840/300)
Unit 9713 - 1989 White Volvo GMC / 1996 Sunderland/Almonte tanker (port./3500) (ex-Ottawa Fire Services)

Retired ApparatusEdit

1998 International 4900 / M&L tanker (port./3500) (ex-9714)
1990 GMC Top Kick / Almonte front-mount pumper (840/1200) (SN#4134) (ex-9617)
1990 GMC Top Kick / Almonte pumper (840/1000) (SN#4768) (ex-9616)
1984 GMC C7000 / King pumper (840/1000) (SN#840008) (ex-9618)
1983 Freightliner FL120 tanker (-/3500)
1979 Ford L900 / Saulsbury walk-in heavy rescue (ex-Green Ridge Fire Company, ex-Southern Chester County Rescue Association) (ex-9813)
1974 Dodge 800 / King tanker (250/1200) (SN#73019) (Sold to Centre Hastings Fire Department)

External LinksEdit

McNab-Braeside Township Fire Department

Station MapEdit

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