Apparatus

ER 51-1

This truck’s primary purpose is to respond to motor vehicle accidents and fires. It also serves in a supporting role at structure fire alarms.

  • 2008 Toyne High Side
  • 2,000 gpm Hale pump, 800g tank
  • On demand foam system, 25g tank
  • 10kw hydraulic generator
  • 4,500w light tower
  • 12,000 lb front winch
  • Crew: 6

Equipment

  • (3) Preconnected 1 3/4” Hand Lines
  • (1) Preconnected 2 1/2” Hand Line
  • Extrication tools w/onboard reels
  • BLS medical equipment including AED
  • Remote controlled, truck mounted, monitor

ETA 51-2

This truck’s primary purpose is a backup to the primary structure fire truck. It is also used in a mutual aid capacity for other districts.

  • 1984 Sanford Engine Tanker
  • 1,250 gpm Hale pump, 1,400g tank
  • Crew: 5

Equipment

  • (3) Preconnected 1 3/4” hand lines
  • 1,200’, 4” supply hose
  • 20’ extension ladder
  • Portable pumps

ETA 51-3

This truck’s primary purpose is to be first-in at any fire or fire related alarm.

  • 2000 American Lafrance
  • 1,250 gpm Hale pump, 1,300g tank
  • 8kw hydraulic generator
  • Crew: 6

Equipment

  • (3) Preconnected 1 3/4” Hand Lines
  • (1) Preconnected 2 1/2” Hand Line
  • 1,500’, 4” supply hose
  • Saws
  • 35’ extension ladder
  • 14’ roof ladder

MED 51-4

This truck’s primary purpose is to respond to medical emergencies.

  • 1991 Chevrolet Suburban
  • Crew: 5

Equipment

  • AED
  • BLS medical equipment

F 51-5

This truck’s primary purpose is to respond to brush fires. It’s used in the winter as a plow and utility truck.

  • 2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty
  • Crew: 3
  • Skid Unit
  • 18hp Honda pump
  • 225 gallon tank
  • (1) preconnected 1 3/4″ hand line
  • (1) preconnected booster line reel
  • 1,000′ 1″ forestry hose on reel

Equipment

  • Fire brooms, rakes and shovels
  • McLeod rakes
  • Indian tanks