Built by KME in Nesquehoning, PA and sold by Skip Stinger of J.B. Hunt. The Rescue was placed in service October 2003. The Rescue is built on an EMFD tilt cab with a partial walk-in climate controlled body and is powered by a 400HP Detroit Diesel engine with a Jacobs Engine Brake. Rescue 2118 is a multi-purpose apparatus serving as a vehicle extrication unit, rehab, technical rescue, and support for the Ladder. The rescue is equipped with vehicle extrication tools, technical rescue equipment, EMS, salvage, four bottle cascade system and telescoping light tower powered by a 35,000 watt PTO generator. The Rescue is first out for all motor vehicle crashes and technical rescue assignments.