Truck 41 is a 1999 Chevrolet truck customized by the department into a brush / utility truck. The truck carries a 250 gallon tank with a high pressure pump.
Engine 37 is the first apparatus to respond to motor vehicle accidents and the second out for EMS and other incidents. 37 is equipped with the Hurst "Jaws of Life" and other essentials for motor vehicle accidents. It is also equipped for fire supression and pumping.
Spartan Metro Star EMFD 10" raised roof Chassis
Cummins ISC, 360-HP Diesel Engine
750-Gallon Poly Tank with two (2) 20-Gallon foam tanks
Hale QMAX 150, 1500-GPM Midship Pump with left side controls
Akron Apollo monitor with TFT extend-a gun, top of pump module
Feecon Foam Proportioner system
EMS compartment in chassis cab
Front bumper extension with 12000-Lb Ramsey Winch, hose well and 5" suction
Zico Hydraulic Ladder rack with attic ladder, suction hose, and pike pole storage
Two electric HURST Hydraulic hose Reels with 100-ft of hose
Onan 8-kW Hydraulically driven generator with 120-volt system
Engine 39 is the departments first apparatus out for fires and some other incidents. The truck has 1000 gallons of water onboard. It is also equipped with oxygen tanks to refill air packs onscene. The custom Pierce pumper was built in 2000. The truck contains a 1500 gallon per minute pump, a 6 person enclosed cab, and an in-line diesel generator to power lights and equiptment.
2016 Dodge/ Ram 5500
This truck is our primary responding truck for all EMS calls and a secondary truck for most other calls. This truck is on a 5500 chassis with 4x4. This truck features an all led warning package. This truck is equipped with all needed medical supplies for a Emergency Medical Responders. Equipped with a front mount 12,000 lbs Bulldog Winch.
Tanker 35 is a Monroe Tender built on a Freight-liner chassis. The truck carries 3000 gallons of water, 250 gpm pump and 2 portable tanks.