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 1 is a 1993 Summit Brush Fire Truck. It’s primary use is for brush fires. It also responds to car accidents and small fires. It has two pre-connect hose lines and a hose reel. It carries 250 gallons of water.
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 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 1999 Braun Ambulance. It also is Advanced Life Support unit and can communicate with the ER and transmit EKG (heart readings) to the ER.
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 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.