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Apparatus Information

Engine 51
   
Engine 51 is a 2008 Pierce Puc rescue pumper, and used as our back up engine for residential fire attack and vehicle extrication. E51 was purchased with $525,000 of federal grant money, as was the set of “jaws” that it carries. This truck is equipped with a 1500 gallon per minute pump, a 750 gallon water tank, and a 20 gallon foam tank with a foam induction system. E51 is licensed as an advanced life support echo engine.

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Engine 52
 
Engine 52 is a 2017 Pierce engine and is used as our front line fire attack and vehicle extrication engine. E52 is equipped with a 1500 gallon per minute pump, a 750 gallon water tank, and a 20 gallon foam tank with a foam induction system. E52 is licensed as an advanced life support echo engine and carries specialized Hurst (Jaws) vehicle extrication equipment.

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Ladder 51
  
Ladder 1 is a 2009 Pierce, 100 foot aerial platform; it responds to all fires and mutual aid calls, and was purchased with $750,000 of federal grant money. This truck has a 2000 gallon per minute pump and a 300 gallon water tank. 

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Alpha 53 (2019 Braun), Alpha 51 (2017 Braun), and Alpha 52 (2015 Braun Reserve)
Alpha 1, Alpha 2, and Alpha 3 are our three advanced life support ambulances. Alpha 3 and Alpha 1 are front line, in service daily; Alpha2 is a reserve and is put into service when needed. These trucks are equipped with the latest life saving technology, including 12 lead monitor / defibrillators with transmitting capability. Alpha2 was purchased with federal grant money.

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