Engine 1961
Delivery of 1961 occurred in June of 2012. It was built by Pierce Manufacturing on a Pierce Impel chassis. It is powered by a 450hp Cummins engine, and is capable of pumping 2,000 gallons per minute through the Hale pump. It carries 1,000 gallons of water, 20 gallons of Class A foam, and has room for 6 firefighters. It is the front line engine at Station #2.  

Engine 1962
Delivery of this engine occurred in 2002.  It was built by Pierce Manufacturing on a custom Pierce Dash Chassis.  It is powered by a Detroit.  This engine is capable of pumping 2,000 gallons per minute and has a built in foam delivery system.  1962 carries 1,000 gallons of water and room for 6 firefighters.  It is the front line engine at Station #1.

 

Engine 1960
1960 had been front line at Station #1 since 1993.  It was built by Marion Fire Apparatus on a custom Spartan Gladiator chassis.  The Detroit diesel provides 350 hp and runs the 1,500 gpm Hale pump.  This engine carries 1,000 gallons of water and 5 firefighters.

 


Tanker 1991
This tanker was built by US Tanker on a Mack Chassis.  This tanker’s poly tank carries just over 3,000 gallons of water.  It carries 2 folding tanks that are mounted on the sides of the truck.  It is filled with 5” LDH and has both side and rear stainless steel dumps.  This tanker is kept at Station #1.


Tanker 1990
This tanker is a Kenworth.  It carries 3,000 gallons of water.  This tanker is kept at Station #2.



Ambulance 1953
This ambulance was built by LifeLine on a Ford E-450 chassis.  This ambulance is kept at Station #1.

Ambulance 1952

This ambulance was built by LifeLine on a Ford E-450 chassis.  This ambulance is kept at Station #2.

Rescue 1950
This truck was built by Rosenbauer on a Spartan Big Easy chassis.  It is kept at Station #2.  This truck can carry 6 personnel and responds to all fire calls and motor vehicle accidents.  This truck is powered by a Cat C7 350hp diesel.  It has a 9,000 watt light tower and a winch that can be used on the front or rear.  It carries the Hurst Jaws of Life tools in the front bumper.


Rescue 1951
This truck was built by Marion Fire Apparatus on a Freightliner FL60 chassis.  This truck is kept at Station #1.    It has seating for seven.  This truck carries our air cascade system for filling air bottles.  It also carries a complete set of Hurst Jaws of Life extrication tools.  It responds to all fire calls, all car accidents, and some EMS calls as a first responder.


Grass Rig 1981
This truck was built on a 2015 Chevy 3500 chassis.  It is kept at Station #1.