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Engine 31 is the newest fire engine. This fire apparatus transports firefighters to an incident scene, providing water with which to fight a fire, and carrying other equipment needed by firefighters. This vehicle carry's tools for a wide range of firefighting and rescue tasks, with common equipment including ladders, a self-contained breathing apparatus, ventilating equipment, first aid kits, and hydraulic rescue tools.

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Engine 32 is our pumper engine, this is also reffered as a tankers engine which have an on-board pumping system. This pump is often not of sufficient power to fight fires (as it is designed to be attached to a fire engine), but is more often used to draw water into the tender from hydrants or other water sources. Many tankers are equipped with fast-drain valves on the sides and back of the truck. This allows firefighters to empty thousands of gallons of water into a portable water tank in just a few seconds.

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Engine 33 was replaced by engine 31 and is now a back up. This fire apparatus transports firefighters to an incident scene, providing water with which to fight a fire, and carrying other equipment needed by firefighters. This vehicle carry's tools for a wide range of firefighting and rescue tasks, with common equipment including ladders, a self-contained breathing apparatus, ventilating equipment, first aid kits, and hydraulic rescue tools.

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Truck 41 is our specialized firefighting apparatus(tanker) designed for transporting water from a water source to a fire scene. This pumper is capable of drafting water from a stream, lake or hydrant.

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Truck 42 is our older specialized firefighting apparatus(tanker) designed for transporting water from a water source to a fire scene. This pumper also is capable of drafting water from a stream, lake or hydrant.

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Truck 22 is our Newest of the two "grass rig." it's main purpose is for fighting brush and grass fires. Each of our grass rig is a pickup truck that has a tank, pump, and rubber hose mounted in the bed.

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Truck 23 is our oldest "grass rig." it's main purpose is for fighting brush and grass fires. 

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Truck 64 is our command unit or sometimes even called a battalion chief vehicle, that is used by a fire chief or a officer at a fire/rescue scence. 

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Unit 63 is our Mobile Air Unit also known as a breathing support unit, is a specialized piece of firefighting apparatus used by firefightersto provide supplemental lighting and SCBA air bottles at the scene of an emergency.

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 This is our Bobcat. It's a UTV, holds 80 gallons of water. Used for hard to reach areas for both Fire and EMS.21745199_1469156876501943_505913908_o.jpg

Unit 61 is our  rescue unit which is also known as a utiltiy rig. This unit carry's one of the most recognizable tools used by the fire department-- The Jaws of Life. The Jaws are mostly used to extricate people from motor vehicles after they have been in a collision. Unit 61 also carries saws, air tools, cribbing (for stabilization), and medical equipment.21755026_1469159486501682_313048841_o.jpg

Unit 99A is our ambulance which we use for transportation, from or between places of treatment, and in some instances will also provide out of hospital medical care to the patients typically in-town or out of town patients. 

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Unit 99B is our second ambulance which we use for transportation, from or between places of treatment, and in some instances will also provide out of hospital medical care to the patients. We use this rescue unit for motor vehicles accidents or back up if 99A is already being used.