Rescues are very important trucks. They are literally rolling toolboxes. They are very useful when there is a large emergency. Walk-in rescues are made to transport many fire fighters to the scene of an accident. This is a 2007 E-One/Saulsbury Heavy Rescue (Rescue 11), which is a walk-in tandem-axle. Rescue 11 serves in Station 1 as it's only custom cab rescue truck.
This truck can hold up to six firefighters comfortably in the back rescue section, and the roof has dual AC boxes for extra comfort for the men in the cab. The rear section is also provided with air from the AC boxes. It carries almost all the equipment that Rescue 5 has including very simple BLS equipment, vehicle extraction tools, breathing apparatus, etc. It has an addition flip-up light on the cab and perimeter lights that can be used for illuminating the area around the truck. It has a red/yellow Whelen Edge lightbar, and a EQ2B siren with a additional Powercall siren.
Built on LDD and credit to Rich Yang for the back door, flip-up light, and overall inspiration.