Unit 1 is a 2018 GMC Brush Truck. It has a pre connected hose line. Foam capable. It responds to brush fires, carries brush fire equipment, rakes, flappers, wind machines etc. Also responds to MVA’s and Emergency medicals calls to assist EMS at Emergency scenes.
Unit 2 – This is a 2003 Freightliner Tanker. It’s primary use is to tender water to structure and brush fires. It is equipped with a 2000 gallon tank and also carries a 1500 gallon portable tank that it can dump its water, leave, refill and return to the fire. It has a 500 gallon per minute pump.
Unit #3 is 2015 Freightliner Pumper. It is first out from Vernon St#2 at Ashley Corner. It is primarily used for structure fires, car wrecks, and vehicle fires. It carries 1000 gallons of water and is equipped with a 1250 pump.
Unit 4 – is a 1998 Freightliner E1 Pumper. A first out truck. Its primary use is for structure fires, car wrecks, vehicle fires, and brush fires. It carries 1000 gallon of water and is equipped with a 1250 pump.
Unit 8 – is a 2008 GMC rescue truck. It’s primary use is for motor vehicle accidents, industrial accidents, water accidents, logging accidents, Haz-Mat scenes and Search and Rescue. It carries portable generators, lighting, rescue and extrication equipment, and rope rescue equipment. It also has a air cascade system to refill air bottles of firefighters at a fire scene.
Unit 11 is a 2006 Braun Ambulance. It carries Advance Life Support equipment and can radio the receiving ER and through telemetry send an EKG (heart reading) straight to the ER.
Unit 10 – is a 2019 PL Custom Ambulance. It also is Advanced Life Support unit and can communicate with the ER and transmit EKG (heart readings) to the ER.Unit 10 – is a 2019 PL Custom Ambulance. It also is Advanced Life Support unit and can communicate with the ER and transmit EKG (heart readings) to the ER.
Unit 12 – is a Kawasaki 4010 Mule all terrain 4×4 vehicle. It is primarily used for brush fires, search and rescue and ATV accidents. It is equipped with a 27 gallon water tank and electric pump to fight brush fires. It can also be converted by removing the skid load to move injured patients out of rough terrain.