8E3: 1999 RD Murray Heavy Rescue/Pumper. This truck is equipped with a 1000 gallon tank with a 1250 gpm pump. This truck carries the equipment necessary to fight structure fires as well as the Hurst Jaws of LIfe rescue tools. Our Jaws of LIfe were just updated to all new equipment in 2009.
8E1: 1988 Saulsbury Pumper. This truck is equipped with a 1000 gallon tank with a 1500 gallon per minute pump.
8T2: 1983 Saulsbury Tanker. This truck is equipped with a 2000 gallon tank with a 1000 gpm pump. This truck responds to all structure fires where there are no fire hydrants. It carries a 2500 gallon "fold-a-tank" which is used in place of the fire hydrants.
8T4: 2013 Kenworth Tanker. This truck has a 3000 gallon tank with a 1250 gpm pump. This truck went in service in 2014, giving us a primary tanker for the reservation and allowing 8T2 to step back to a secondary tanker. Having two tankers in service allows us to better spread our resources to cover our area and support our mutual aid agreements.
8R9: 2013 Ford E-450 V10 with a Lifeline chassis. This is a basic level ambulance which is used to provide Emergency Medical Services and transport for all house calls, motor vehicle accidents, and any other calls requiring medical assistance.
8M10: 2001 Ford F-350 SuperDuty. This truck is used for grass/rubbish fires as well as traffic control duties.
8M7: 2013 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor. Operated by the Fire Chief, this vehicle is used to respond to every type of emergency we may be called to. It is equipped with basic fire equipment as well as first response EMS equipment to assist in stabilizing an emergency scene until additional apparatus can arrive
8E5: 2020 E-One pumper with a 1000 gallon tank, 1250 gpm pump.