ENGINE 2

Dunbarton KME Engine 2

APPARATUS ID: 57 ENGINE 2
PURCHASED: 2005
RESPONSE: First due piece - Structure Fire, Chimney Fire, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Mutual Aid.
INFO: Engine 2 is an Excel Custom manufactured by KME. It has a 1500 gallon per minute pump and holds 1000 gallons of water. Engine 2 is equipped with Type A and Type B foam which can be used for suppressing car fires, structure fires, and brush fires. Many of our rescue tools, such as the Jaws of Life, can be found on this truck. Engine 2 is equipped with 1500 feet of 4" hose and multiple attack lines. The deck gun, which is mounted on the top of the truck, can be removed and mounted to a portable stand if the situation requires.

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ENGINE 1

57 ENGINE 1 DVFD

APPARATUS ID: 57 ENGINE 1
PURCHASED: 1991
RESPONSE: Second due piece - Structure Fire, Chimney Fire, Service Calls
INFO: Engine 1 is secondary to Engine 2 carrying out many of the same tasks and is quite often a support truck for any calls we have in town. Engine 1 is a Mack E-One series with a 1250 gallon per minute pump. This truck holds a 1000 gallons of water and has 1000 ft of 4" hose. Engine 1 is also equipped with a dump valve and a deck gun.

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FORESTRY 1

57 FORESTRY 1 DVFD

APPARATUS ID: 57 FORESTRY 1
PURCHASED: 2002
RESPONSE: Brush and Forestry Fires, Service Calls
INFO: Forestry 1 is a 1985 Chevrolet 4x4 equipped with a forestry skid unit and forestry tools during brush fire season. In the winter months Forestry 1 become Utility 1 which is used to transport specialty rescue tools unique to the winter months. The forestry skid unit is equipped with a pump, water tank, and forestry hose. Some of the forestry tools that equip Forestry 1 are rakes, shovels, axes, and chainsaws.

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TANKER 2

57 TANKER 2 DVFD

APPARATUS ID: 57 TANKER 2
PURCHASED: 2001
RESPONSE: First Due Tanker - Structure Fire, Chimney Fire, Mutual Aid
INFO: Tanker 2 is one of the largest tankers in the compact with the ability to carry 2800 gallons of water. Equipped with a 1000 gallon per minute pump, 2500 gallon porta-tank, and rear and side dump valves Tanker 2 is a very valuable piece to the Department. In our rural community where there are not many hydrants Tanker 2 provides a large quantity of water until additional water sources are available.

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FORESTRY 2

57 FORESTRY 2 1954 DODGE 4x4 DVFD

APPARATUS ID: 57 FORESTRY 2
PURCHASED: 1954
RESPONSE: Forestry Fires
INFO: This 1954 Dodge Military 4x4 M37 is easily the departments oldest vehicle. Forestry 2 is similarly equipped as Forestry 1 with a skid tank, pump, forestry hose, and forestry tools.

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TANKER 1

57 TANKER 1 DVFD

APPARATUS ID: 57 TANKER 1
PURCHASED: 1996
RESPONSE: Second due tanker - Structure Fire, Chimney Fire
First due tanker - Brush Fires
INFO: Tanker 1 is the older of the two tankers and holds considerably less water then Tanker 2. Tanker 1's size and all wheel drive makes it ideal for getting water to forest fires that are in remote locations. Tanker 1 has a Chevrolet 6x6 chassis with a Valley manufactured body. With a 750 gallon per minute pump, 1750 gallons of water, and 3 dump valves Tanker 1 is versatile and as mentioned is great resource for fighting forest fires.

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