2201 is an Engine we can roll for a Structure Fire or car wrecks. It is the first truck to respond from the station for a motor vehicle accident.
2201 is a 2001 International 4900-530 carrying 1,000 gallon of water, and can pump 1,250 gallons per minute. The engine is also used for automatic mutual aid water supply for neighboring fire departments.
2202 – Tanker Truck
2202 is the truck that carries water to the Engine or the Brush Truck at any of our fires. It is third out of the station on fires in our district.
It is the first truck out of the station to assist other Departments at Structure Fires. It was put into service in October of 2006.
It is a 2007 International 4400-570 with a 4 speed automatic transmission, and carries 1,500 gallons of water, It can pump 500 gallons per minute.
2203 – Tanker Truck
2203 is the truck that carries water to the Engine or the Brush Truck at any of our fires.
It is second out of the station on fires in our district. It is sometimes used to assist other Departments in Structure Fires depending on the need of the neighboring department.
2203 was put in service in March of 04. It is a 2004 International 4400-530 with a 4 speed automatic transmission.
It carries 1,500 gallons of water and can pump 500 gallons of water per minute.
2204 – Brush Truck
It has a 300 gallon tank of water, and the ability to add foam to the water, to make the water “go farther”.
2204 carries forestry rakes, shovels, flappers, chain saws, a leaf blower, as well as some other tools used in fighting wildland fires.
This truck is also our third truck out on wrecks, to assist in traffic control, as well as protection of the Emergency workers from oncoming traffic.
2205 – Equipment Truck
2205 is a 2016 Kenworth T-370.
It has no water or foam and is the second truck to respond to motor vehicle accidents. Engine 2201 is first because of the possible need for water and foam at motor vehicle accidents. The truck carries all of our rescue tools. Since acquiring the truck, the department has become a certified Medium Rescue Response department, and a certified Medical Response Unit.
Some of the tools which can be found on the truck are two sets of “jaws of life”, air bags for lifting, struts for stabilization of vehicles, chisels for cutting metal, and ropes for various types of rescues.
There are 8 SCBA units and spare bottles stored in the truck.
2206 – Engine
2206 is our first out engine for structure fires.
The truck was put into service in 2011.
The truck is a 2012 Kenworth T-370 which carries 1,000 gallons of water, and can pump 1,500 gallons of water per minutes.
The truck carries five SCBA units as well as various types and lengths of ladders. It has a remote controlled deck gun to supply big water for structure fires.