9-Tanker

9-Tanker is a 2011 Pierce Velocity pumper. The tanker is first due to all residential and commercial fire alarms and 2nd due to brush fires. It has a 6 person cab, 1750 gpm pump, holds 1000 gallons of water, 30 gallons of foam, three preconnected 1 ¾” handlines (one having the capability to discharge foam), and one preconnected 2 ½” handline.



9-1750

9-1750 is a 2001 Pierce Dash pumper . The 1750 is second due to all residential fire alarms. It has a 6 person cab, 1750 gpm pump, holds 1000 gallons of water, 30 gallons of foam, three preconnected 1 ¾” handlines (one having the capability to discharge foam), and one preconnected 2 ½” handline.





9-2000

9-2000 is a 2003 Pierce Dash pumper. The 2000 is first due to all vehicle fires, 5th due to all residential and commercial fire alarms, and also acts as our mutual aid pumper. It has a 6 person cab, 1750 gpm pump, holds 1000 gallons of water, 30 gallons of foam, three preconnected 1 ¾” handlines (one having the capability to discharge foam), and one preconnected 2 ½” handline. In addition to all fire suppression equipment, the 2000 also carries HURST extrication tools and cribbing and runs 2nd due to all extrication calls.




9-Tower

9-Tower is a 2007 Pierce Dash Tower Ladder. The Tower runs 2nd due to all commercial fire alarms and 3rd due to all residential fire alarms. It has a 6 person cab, 1750 gpm pump, holds 300 gallons of water, has a 110ft. ladder with bucket, two preconnected 1 ¾” handlines, and one preconnected 2 ½” handline. The Tower also carries extrication HURST tools and cribbing.



9-Rescue

9- Rescue is a 1995 Pierce Lance Heavy Duty Walk-In Rescue. The rescue runs first due to all extrication calls, 4th due to all residential and commercial fire alarms, and also acts as our FAST truck when called for mutual aid. It has an 8 person cab, 45kw PTO generator, 30 ft. telescoping light tower, full complement of Hurst tools including the Jaws of Life, Cutters, and Rams, two preconnected hydraulic reals to operate Hurst extrication equipment, a portable hydraulic generator to power an additional 2 pieces of HURST tools, rope rescue equipment, RES-Q-JACK system, airbags, extra SCBA bottles, and ice rescue gear. The Rescue’s entire interior body is heated and air conditioned and acts as a rehabilitation unit during extreme temperatures and weather.





9-ATV

9- ATV is a 2006 Diesel Ford F-550 B.R.A.T. (Brush Rapid Attack Truck). The ATV runs first due to all brush fires. It has a 300gpm pump powered by a separate diesel engine, 400 gallons of water, 15 gallons of foam, two preconnected 1 ¾” handlines, and two 1 ½” hose reals with 200ft of forestry hose on each real. The ATV has the ability to pump foam out of any discharge and the ability to “pump and roll” allowing us to pump water and drive at the same time. It also carries all needed hand tools needed to fight brush fires including rakes, shovels, and chain saws.




9-Patrol

9-Patrol is a 2003 Diesel Ford Excursion. The Patrol is used as a transport vehicle and can hold 8 passengers.



9-EQ

A 1987 Ford F-250, diesel powered, four-wheel drive pick-up truck, currently used for equipment movement only. It was previously modified to have off road firefighting capabilities that included a roll bar. It carried a 200-gallon water tank; pump and hose reel on a removable skid. Other equipment included: rakes and brooms for brush fires, portable water fire extinguishers, a chain saw, extra hose and fittings. These capabilities are now served by a new ATV.



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