Our five bay
station houses six fully capable and always ready fire and rescue vehicles as well as all the necessary items we need to serve
the community such as our personal fire protection gear, radios, extra hose, and maintenance supplies for the building and
the trucks. We currently have five trucks which are active in the community.
- A 2003
Toyne 1500 gallon per minute, single stage, pumper on a Spartan six man cab and chassis with a 750 gallon tank.
It carries 1,500 foot of 5 inch large diameter supply hose as well as 1,200 foot of 3 inch supply hose and 700 foot of pre-connected
1 3/4 inch attack lines. It carries class A and B foam, an MSA thermal imaging camera, and a Positive Pressure Ventilation
fan. It also carries six Dreager Self contained breathing apparatus, a cellular telephone, and other various firefighting
A 2001 Wolverine 2000 gallon per minute pumper/rescue on a five man freightliner FL80 cab and chassis. This unit carries a
variety of Hurst hydraulic rescue tools such as the Jaws of Life, O-cutters, hydraulic rams, and a Combination
"Road Runner" tool. It also carries on it a cellular telephone, a small assortment of air tools as well as a gas chainsaw,
a gas powered sawzall, a cordless sawzall, a power sawzall, chains, ladders, pike poles, EMS equipment, backboards and a stokes
basket, a come-a-long, sledge hammers, bolt cutters, axes, jacks, shovels and brooms, foam, fire extinguishers, spotlights,
a GPS unit, and assorted other rescue tools. It boasts a class a and b foam system and carries 500 feet of 5 inch large diameter
supply hose, as well as 3 inch supply hose and 700 feet of pre-connected 1 3/4" attack lines. It carries four Scott SCBA's
and is complete with a light tower mounted on the cab roof.
1998 ford F-350 Superduty pick-up brush truck with a 200 gallon tank and a small Honda pump. This unit carries a cellular
telephone and assorted tools used in fighting outdoor fires in areas such as fields, woods, and forests. Fire rakes,
axes, and a gas chainsaw are some of these tools. The unit boasts two 200 foot hose reels of 1 inch, high pressure, attack
line. It also carries equipment for assisting at vehicle accidents and fires as the stations squad truck.
- A 1986
GMC FMC Brigadier 2100 gallon elliptical tanker with a 1000 gallon per minute 2 stage Hale pump. This unit carries
400 feet of 1 3/4 inch attack hose and 200 feet of 3 inch supply/attack hose. It boasts a 2,100 gallon drop tank and
assorted equipment used to efficiently shuttle water, as well as 1 Scott SCBA.
We also store
a retired 1945 Mack that is still capable of use if the department ever needed it which is primarily stored in the station
as a memory of the beginning of the fire department which was founded in 1931. This Mack was the first new fire engine bought
by the fire department. Pictures will soon be posted of each piece of apparatus and the station. Check back later.