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Engine 11 1/2 - Riverview Fire Rescue

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The brainchild of Deputy Fire Chief Milt Cawley, this unit was constructed in 2003, through a partnership with the New Brunswick Community College, a private insurance company and many suppliers, at no cost to the fire department. It is built on a gas powered golf cart chassis, and meant to replicate Engine 11 in the Department's fleet. It is used as a public education tool, and has been regularly featured in various events, and parades throughout the Maritime Provinces and even into Maine. The actual "operator" is in the rear portion behind smoked glass...giving the concept that the children in the front are driving. Children stand in line for over an hour, at community events to have their turn "driving the Engine." It also has a rollup door where a television can be installed for public education as well as a two way intercom system....where the truck can actually carry on a conversation with children. Deputy Chief Cawley's planning and personal initiative has made this tool an extremely effective public education tool. The video shows the Engine in action, at an open house at the Elgin (NB) Fire Department, October 2012.
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Roblox Hackers (17 days ago)
its small? i feel like this is a sexual assult about all of us watching this right now.
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Thomas Weston (2 months ago)
*hears siren* oh thank fucking GOD the fire department is here *looks out window* holy shit they sent in the big guns.
Daring Ryan (4 months ago)
It’s basically a golf cart that looks like a fire truck
Andrew Smith (4 months ago)
Kids a pretty good driver. Well alright.
Purwanto (5 months ago)
lol
Do Hoang Phuong (7 months ago)
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Ayham Abdelhak (7 months ago)
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stanley kales (7 months ago)
call the 911!!
Elizabeth Murray (7 months ago)
Lol our van is in the video
PaulieMac77 (8 months ago)
I want me one
Fiery Renzo the Fire Truck (8 months ago)
I’m 12 years old I want to drive that fire truck too But in the future mine will be bigger
Leon /Leon88991 (9 months ago)
SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY
Amy Good (9 months ago)
Great way to start young kids into a Volunteer Fire Cadet Program!
F B I (9 months ago)
I'm 16 this made me cry for childhood
WWE JR (9 months ago)
How much?
Jakub Trzebiatowski (9 months ago)
Postman pat
Trystyn Adkins (9 months ago)
Were did you do the fire station is at.
Doug Hamer (9 months ago)
The fire station is in Elgin, New Brunswick, Canada.....a rural area in eastern Canada. Great bunch of folks and it was their open house that day.
Tamuka Clarity Shava (10 months ago)
Cute
Favio Paul (10 months ago)
That truck is better than many fire trucks in my country haha , a wesome !
LOOK BEHIND YOU (10 months ago)
Cat seized
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wtf
a turkish guy who don't have a proper life (10 months ago)
*take my money*
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Albert Nevaras (11 months ago)
Cool
DARTH VADER (11 months ago)
i want one so badly now
Nargiz Gur (11 months ago)
ha ha ha a ok
MrBirdkilla (11 months ago)
I wish I can do that!!! Good drivers
Colorado fire Buff (11 months ago)
When did kids get licence?
Doug Hamer (11 months ago)
CRACKER JACK box !
DARTH VADER (1 year ago)
that is too cute
Delta MacK (1 year ago)
Well damn, that's cool
National Areonautics & Space Adminstration NASA (1 year ago)
I WAS LIKE IS THAT ANOTHER
National Areonautics & Space Adminstration NASA (1 year ago)
LMAO THATS SO SMALL
National Areonautics & Space Adminstration NASA (1 year ago)
LMAO
Rezino (1 year ago)
Here, in Germany the cops would arrest this kids after they left the private parking space
Doug Hamer (1 year ago)
no police in this rural area at all
VA Railfan (1 year ago)
I'll buy lol
Bryson Sosebee (1 year ago)
Ono scredos mucha mchos
D Animal Reviews (1 year ago)
Just too cute, kids would love one
Aidan Crow (1 year ago)
Now I want one
Daniel Price (1 year ago)
Aka the converted milk float
Dirk Starbuck (1 year ago)
Who could possibly thumbs down this?!
Yolly Guibao (1 year ago)
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Ricky Gilliam (1 year ago)
Were do thay get stuff like that
Maria Garcia Gonzalez (1 year ago)
How can buy That Firefox truck
Doug Hamer (1 year ago)
One of the moving moments in this little truck...was the parade for the Maine State Assoc of Firefighters Parade in Mexico, Maine...just a week after 9-11. There was talk about cancelling the convention but it went ahead, and a group of volunteer firefighters from Riverview Fire Rescue (Canada) travelled 6 hours to get the truck there for the Maine State parade. At that time, the truck was battery powered (converted shortly after to gasoline engine) . Engine 11 1/2 started to quit during the parade....and a bunch of folks came out of the crowd...and pushed it the remainder of the trip. It was a heatwarming experience for those vollies from Riverview Fire Rescue who brought the truck over to the event to show some support to their American colleagues during a tough time.
Michael Plays (1 year ago)
Very lucky
OfficerPaulWalk (1 year ago)
That would be awesome in a parade seeing a child driving on in it
Ali Khan (1 year ago)
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im a cat person (1 year ago)
They have a driver lessons
Kav (1 year ago)
pretend it has a large hose with it. I would have so much fun spraying shit
ROBLOX ADMIN (1 year ago)
I need that!!!!
Josue Garcia (1 year ago)
How
Emma PlaysRoblox (1 year ago)
Wat da freak?😂
ThinRedLine (1 year ago)
Wow! I am so going to build some of them
Doug Hamer (1 year ago)
Good luck..a lot of work to put this together. It is built on a golf cart chassis (gasoline powered).
Jace Hunt (1 year ago)
LOL THAT WAS FUNNY
Marcelm45 Merritt45 (1 year ago)
i want one of thoes
AymanChannel11plus (1 year ago)
They see me rolling
Radioactive Crayon (1 year ago)
I really wish I had this
Jeremy Barton (1 year ago)
kids can't drive BTW how did you get that
MillitoYT Fornitte,Roblox,Minecraft And More (1 year ago)
Omg 😲
Michael Yarusevich (1 year ago)
What is the name for that, I am thinking of buying one for my cousin that is obsessed with fire trucks?
Laura Ancell (1 year ago)
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B trumpet (1 year ago)
And it probably cost like 20000 dollars to make
Rick the Firefighter (1 year ago)
Emergency lighting and sirens are expensive.
Vic*Stlrs*USC (1 year ago)
Doug Hamer do you have the material list used to make one?
Doug Hamer (1 year ago)
Absolutely...educate them young in fire prevention.
B trumpet (1 year ago)
Doug Hamer that is nice y'all built that for the kids
Doug Hamer (1 year ago)
It cost us NOTHING; the frame was a golf cart...and the sheet metal work was performed by the sheet metal department at a local community college..all the materials (paint, wiring, decals etc) werre donated and an insurance company was a big sponsor. No reason that any community could not have one. Children would wait sometimes 30-45 mins in lineup to get a brief drive in it. Very popular.
B trumpet (1 year ago)
That thing is fast
Mark Bridge (10 months ago)
I like these carsmy favourite
Mark Bridge (10 months ago)
I like Mr
Zach Novosad (1 year ago)
Now looking back I wonder how many people would actually move over for this
loudThunderbolt1003 (1 year ago)
It would be cool if they had a q2b on it
Michael Unrue (1 year ago)
I want one take my money😂
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sacramento emergency buff (1 year ago)
lol
A. Erney (1 year ago)
I wish I had that at as a kid
Tier Nieves (1 year ago)
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NIKE RailfanningTTM (1 year ago)
That's so adorable, not street legal though
KigerMustangLuver94 (1 year ago)
It's like a real life baby fire truck. Lol, cute
TheCommenter (1 year ago)
not street legal nor legal in the means of audbile and visual emergency sirens & lighting, but cute as hell.
Yahtzee Christmas (1 year ago)
is it for the kids or the fire department
Yahtzee Christmas (1 year ago)
Doug Hamer I am not
Doug Hamer (1 year ago)
Yep...unless you are 6'2"....:)
Yahtzee Christmas (1 year ago)
Doug Hamer I am 9 years old will 9 year old kids fit
Doug Hamer (1 year ago)
Yep...for kids. A public education tool...that was built with donations..by local community college class...on a golf cart chassis. VERY popular with kids
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TheFilmMixer101 (1 year ago)
0:29 U Can See the Real Driver in the back
Saber Wing21 (1 year ago)
TheFilmMixer101 where i dont see it?
Doug Hamer (1 year ago)
Ahhhhh !! observant ..!
TheFilmMixer101 (1 year ago)
Look at 0:28 The kid Sharply turns the Steering wheel so no hes not actually driving
ThinRedLine (1 year ago)
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Alan Sohn (2 years ago)
that looks SO COOL
Firebuff101 (4 years ago)
I read the description. Does the kid actually drive or is it RC?
TheFilmMixer101 (1 year ago)
Make it 0:26 to see it better
TheFilmMixer101 (1 year ago)
Look at 0:28 The kid Sharply turns the Steering wheel so no hes not actually driving and 0:29 u can see the real driver in the back
Alan Sohn (2 years ago)
it's the kid
Doug Hamer (4 years ago)
NO...the "actual driver" is in the second door behind one way glass.  The kids cannot even see him behind  them...although he has a clear view through the one way glass.  There is a "fake" steering wheel for the kids to manipulate....it is an extremely popular buggy...been in service for over a decade now....and kids line up for over 30 mins to get a 2 min ride in it.
StackerMan (4 years ago)
That is amazing!! We so need one for my fathers station.
StackerMan (4 years ago)
Thanks! you've given us some great ideas!
Doug Hamer (4 years ago)
+StackerMan IT was built by the sheet metal class at the local Community College.  All the materials were donated, as well as a sizable cash donation from a local insurance company, which paid for materials which were not donated.  It is built on a golf cart chassis....origionally batter powered...but we found it would not last in a parade...plus the added weight of the batteries killed them.  So, batteries and electric motor were removed and replaced with gasoline engine.  Front tires are a bugger...only last for a few mos....but since I retired as Chief and my Deputy did as well (it was his brainchild) I understand they have worked with a local tire company to put a better grade of tire on and higher pressured.  Siren has two settings...low and LOUD....there is a baby monitor type PA system...so the truck can actually "carry on a conversation (2 way) with the kids.   Behind the rollup door, there is a shelf..where a TV can be placed..for public education videos etc.  It's been in service for over 10 years and a real kid pleaser !!!
StackerMan (4 years ago)
I hope we can, today was our annual open day and we were quite limited on things to do. this could entertain the children forever. Was this little truck build by the station crew or did you get someone to build it?
Doug Hamer (4 years ago)
Then go build it !!!  Get a golf cart chassis....local community college sheet metal class fabricated, local business donated materials and $$$....caution,...use a GAS POWERED golf cart as battery powered will not last well in parade environment.  also be prepared to beef up suspension, etc....a lot of fun and kids/parents line up for over an hour at events to get a ride in it.
Zach Novosad (4 years ago)
Where's the Q lol?
Lego Sardis fire Station 78 (4 years ago)
Where did you get that at
Doug Hamer (4 years ago)
It was planned by my Deputy Chief, Milt Cawley.  He had the concept, took it to a local Community College, arranged donations of $$$ and parts from businesses and the Community college sheet metal class and welding class built it.  The unit was built on a Golf Cart Chassis >(gasoline powered).  The "driver" sits in the rear portion and the children "drive it" in the front.  IT is a very popular unit and has been in use for about 10 years.  Doug Hamer, Retired Chief, Riverview Fire Rescue, Riverview, New Brunswick CANADA