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Engine 11-1

 

  • 2014 Pierce Pumper
  • Compact Freightliner Chassis
  • 360 hp Cummins Diesel
  • First out on all structure fires
  • 3 person capacity
  • 1250 GPM Waterous pump
  • Class A foam system – 20 gallon tank
  • 750 gallon water tank
  • 5” LDH discharge
  • 1250 GPM mounted deck gun
  • 500 GPM Blitzfire Master-stream
  • 1250 feet – 5” large diameter supply hose
  • 400 feet – 2 ½” preconnect hose
  • Dual 200 feet – 1 ¾” preconnect hose speedlays
  • 125 GPM 1" booster line
  • 24 ft - 2 section ladder
  • 14 ft - roof ladder
  • 10 ft – attic ladder
  • 4 pike poles
  • Positive pressure ventilation fan – gasoline
  • Chain saw – gasoline
  • On-board and portable scene lighting
  • Basic Life Support EMS equipment including AED
  • Combustible Gas Meter (includes O2, CO and HCN)
  • Thermal Imager

Engine 11-2

 

  • 2013 Pierce Engine
  • 450 hp Detroit Diesel
  • Second out on all structure fires
  • First out for mutual aid fires
  • 4 person capacity
  • 2000 GPM Waterous pump
  • LED emergency lighting
  • On board foam system – 20 gallon tank
  • 1000 gallon center mount water tank
  • 5” LDH discharge
  • 1250 GPM mounted deck gun
  • Hydraulic ladder rack
  • 1000 feet – 5” large diameter supply hose
  • 200 feet – 2 ½” preconnect hose with Blitzfire monitor
  • 200 feet - 2 ½” deadlay
  • 600 feet - 1 ¾” deadlay
  • Dual 200 feet – 1 ¾” preconnect hose crosslay's
  • 200 feet - 2 ½” preconnect hose crosslay
  • 2 section of hard suction hose for drafting
  • 36 ft - 3 section ladder
  • 14 ft - roof ladder
  • 10 ft – attic ladder
  • 4 pike poles
  • Positive pressure ventilation fan – gasoline
  • Extending LED flood lights – 2
  • 750 watt portable flood light with Honda generator
  • Thermal Imager
  • Basic Life Support EMS equipment

Heavy Rescue 18-1

 

  • 2000 Pierce Saber Heavy Rescue
  • First out on motor vehicle accidents and special incidents
  • Third out on structure fires
  • First responder for EMS calls if both squads are already on calls
  • 6 person capacity
  • 250 gallon water tank
  • 300 GPM Waterous PTO pump
  • 100 ft – 1 ¾” preconnected hose – 2
  • 100 ft - 2 ½” preconnected supply hose
  • Portable 1 1/2” Akron foam eductor
  • 20 KW PTO driven generator
  • Wil-Burt light tower – 6000 Watts
  • 1000 watt flood lights, sides and rear – 4
  • Holmatro Electro hydraulic rescue tool system – spreader, cutter, ram set
  • Holmatro Portable Hydraulic Pump powered by Honda gasoline engine
  • High pressure airbags for lifting
  • Duel 300 foot electric cords on hydraulic reels
  • Duel 150 foot hydraulic lines on hydraulic reels
  • Hazmat response equipment – spill control booms, pads, absorbents
  • Water rescue equipment – ice rescue dry suits, life jackets, rescue tools
  • Rope rescue equipment – lifelines, throw bags, rappelling harnesses
  • Basic Life support EMS equipment including AED

Tanker 13-1

 

  • 1989 Marion Tanker
  • Responds to fires in all non hydrated areas Responds to mutual aid water shuttles
  • 2 person capacity
  • 300 Hp diesel engine
  • International 4900 series C chassis
  • 1900 gallon water tank
  • Manual dump – both sides and rear
  • 5” quick fill piping – both sides and rear
  • 2000 gallon portable water tanks - 2

Brush 14-1

 

  • 2010 F-450
  • Primary grass fire response unit
  • 5 person capacity
  • 6.8L V10 Gasoline engine
  • 100 gallon water tank
  • 8 GPM gasoline driven hi-pressure pump
  • 300 ft preconnected ¾” high-pressure hose reel
  • 5 gallon back pack tank sprayers – 4
  • 2 1/2” water extinguishers - 2
  • Fire brooms
  • Shovels
  • Rakes
  • Axes
  • STIHL 16" chain saw

 Squad 17-1

 

  • 2012 E-450 Medtec ambulance equipped as a Advanced Life Support response unit
  • Zoll Monitor X Series – 12 lead EKG capable, End Tidal Carbon Dioxide monitoring, CPR help and Pacing technology
  • CPAP
  • Vacuum mattress and splints
  • Various immobilization equipment
  • Stryker Power Pro Cot/ Power Load system and stairchair

Squad 17-2

 

  • 2007  E-450 Medtec ambulance equipped as a Advanced Life Support response unit
  • Zoll Monitor X Series – 12 lead EKG capable, End Tidal Carbon Dioxide monitoring, CPR help and Pacing technology
  • CPAP
  • Vacuum mattress and splints
  • Various immobilization equipment
  • Stryker Power Pro Cot/ Power Load system and stairchair

Car 16-1

 

  • 2014 Ford Expedition
  • Used for incident command, EMS response, fire inspections
  • 5 person capacity
  • Slide out command tray in rear
  • ALS EMS equipment