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Engine 74

Engine 74

Engine 74 is a 2019 Pierce on the Enforcer Chassis. The truck was purchased for a price of $682,492.57. She is a sister truck to our 2016 Pierce Enforcer with a few modifications. It has a five-person cab with all forward-facing seating and two EMS compartments with roll-up doors. The truck is equipped with TAK-4 suspension, rollover protection, and an airbag system. Power is provided by a Cummins L9 450hp engine. The transmission is an Allison 3000. It has a 1500 gpm single-stage PUC water pump with a 1000-gallon poly tank. In addition, the truck has a thirty-gallon class A foam cell which feeds the Husky 3 Foam System. Scenes are lit up with 7.5’ Wilburt light tower on top of the cab in addition to multiple body lights.

The big fires are fought with a 1250 gpm Task Force Tips Cross Fire Extend-a-Gun deck gun. Back-up is provided by a Task Force Tips remoted controlled Tornado bumper turret mounted on top of the 26” extended front bumper, capable of flowing up to 500 gpm. Hand lines include: 100’ 1 ¾” bumper line, 2-200’ 1 ¾” cross-lays, a 200’ 2 ½” cross-lay, a 300’ 1 ¾” attack line off the rear, and a 200’ 2 ½” attack line with a 500-gpm blitz-fire. Water can be supplied through 800’ of 5” LDH and 600’ of 3” and 20’ hard suction for those drafting operations through a front suction inlet or side inlets. In addition to firefighting equipment this truck carries a variety of other equipment for EMS operations and technical rescue, this includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Genesis hydraulic rescue tools
  • Rescue 42 stabilization struts
  • A Paratech air-bag system
  • A full complement of advanced life support EMS equipment
  • Rescue task force personal protective equipment for active shooter incidents
  • Hazardous materials monitoring equipment
  • Hazardous materials containment equipment
  • Rope rescue equipment


Engine 75

Engine 75

Engine 75 is a 2016 Pierce on the Enforcer Chassis. The truck was purchased for a price of $585,000.00. It has a five-person cab with all forward-facing seating and two EMS compartments with roll-up doors. The truck is equipped with TAK-4 suspension, rollover protection, and an airbag system. Power is provided by a Cummins L9 450hp engine. The transmission is an Allison 3000. It has a 1500 gpm single-stage PUC water pump with a 1000- gallon poly tank. In addition, the truck has a thirty-gallon class A foam cell which feeds the Husky 3 Foam System. Scenes are lit up with 7.5’ Wilburt light tower on top of the cab in addition to multiple body lights.

The big fires are fought with a 1250 gpm Task Force Tips Cross Fire Extend-a-Gun deck gun. Hand lines include 100’ 1 ¾” bumper line, 2-200’ 1 ¾” cross-lays, a 200’ 2 ½” cross-lay, a 300’ 1 ¾” attack line off the rear, and a 200’ 2 ½” attack line with a 500- gpm blitz-fire. Water can be supplied through 800’ of 5” LDH and 600’ of 3” and 20’ hard suction for those drafting operations through a front suction inlet or side inlets. In addition to firefighting equipment, this truck carries a variety of other equipment for EMS operations and technical rescue including but not limited to the following:

  •  Genesis hydraulic rescue tools
  •  Rescue 42 stabilization struts
  • Basic life support EMS equipment
  • Hazardous materials monitoring equipment
  • Hazardous materials containment equipment

 

Engine 76

Engine 76

Engine 76 is a 2008 American LaFrance with a Metropolitan Chassis that unfortunately was probably one of the last trucks that rolled off their line. This truck was purchased for a price of $377,028.00. This truck has a six-person cab with one EMS compartment with a roll-up door. Power to this truck is provided by a Cummins motor and an Allison transmission. The pump on this apparatus is a HALE 1500 gpm pump with a compressed air foam system (CAFS) capable of flowing either Class A or B foam. It has two twenty-gallon foam cells and a 750-gallon poly water tank.

Scenes are lit up with 7.5’ Wilburt light tower on top of the cab in addition to multiple body lights. The big fires are fought with a 1250 gpm Task Force Tips Cross Fire Extend-a-Gun deck gun. Handlines include: 100’ 1 ¾” bumper line, 2-200’ 1 ¾” cross-lays, a 200’ 2 ½” cross-lay, a 300’ 1 ¾” attack line off the rear, and a 200’ 2 ½” attack line with a 500- gpm blitz-fire. Water can be supplied through 800’ of 5” LDH and 600’ of 3” and 20’ hard suction for those drafting operations through side inlets. The truck also carries basic life support EMS equipment and some hazardous materials containment equipment.

Truck 74

Truck 74

Truck 74 (3)

Truck 74 is a 2018 Pierce Ascendant on an Enforcer Chassis. The truck was purchased for a price of $887,945.00. It has a five-person cab with all forward-facing seating and two EMS compartments with roll-up doors. The truck is equipped with TAK-4 suspension The truck is equipped with TAK-4 suspension, rollover protection, and an airbag system. Power is provided by a Cummins L9 450hp engine. The transmission is an Allison 3000. It has a 2000 gpm single-stage Waterous water pump with a 500-gallon poly tank. In addition, the truck has a twenty-gallon class A foam cell which feeds the Husky 3 Foam System. The really big fires are fought with the Akron Master Stream II capable of flowing 1500gpm from the tip of the aerial at 107’ in the air.

This stream can be controlled remotely, at the pedestal, and at the tip. The ladder is also equipped with a stokes basket, and the truck has a variety of rope rescue equipment for high-angle rescues. The truck also has a variety of hand lines and a ground monitor to help fight the fire. The 22” extended front bumper has a 100’ section of 1 ¾” attack line. In addition, there are two-200’ 1 ¾” cross lays and one 200’ 2 ½” cross lay that can be either connected to a blitz fire or used as a hand line. The truck also carries a full complement of ground ladders that includes: 2-16’ roof ladders, a 28’ 2-section extension ladder, a 24’ 2-section extension ladder, a 35-foot 3-section extension ladder, a 12’ attic ladder, and a little giant. The truck also has a variety of forcible entry tools and lighting equipment to help it carry out its mission.

Rescue 74

Heavy Rescue 74

Rescue 74 is a 2004 Custom Fire Heavy Rescue on a Spartan Chassis. It was purchased for $311,000.00.


Tender 74

Tender 74 (2)

Tender 74

Tender 74 is a 2011 E-One Vacuum tanker on an International 7500 two-door extended cab Chassis. The truck was purchased for $308,382.00. This truck replaced two of our previous trucks, a 1971 repurposed milk truck on a Chevrolet Chassis and a 1972 repurposed milk truck a Chevrolet Chassis. Both tankers held roughly 2000 gallons of water. This truck is powered by the International Maxx Force Diesel and an Allison transmission. It is equipped with a HALE 1000 gpm PTO driven pumps. The tank capacity is 3500 gallons. This truck’s primary mission is to supply the attack apparatus with water.

It does this by emptying its water into a 3000 gallons dump tank stored on a ZICO power rack or it pumps the water through its front discharge directly to the attack engine. Since this is a vacuum tanker, it can either pump the water into its tank or it can vacuum the water from almost any source. The vacuum pump also allows the tank to be pressurized to facilitate rapid emptying. If this truck is needed in an attack capacity, it does have a front bumper line with 100’ of 3” line and a 2 ½” nozzle, and 2- 200’ 1 ¾” cross-lays. The truck also carries some SCBAs and a variety of hand tools for firefighting operations.

Mini Pumper

Mini Pumper 74

Mini-Pumper 74 is a 1996 Pierce Brush Truck on a F-450 two-door chassis. It was purchased for $102,260.00. This is a four-wheel drive which allows us to better fight field fires and brush/vegetation fires. It is equipped with a Waterous CPK-2 single stage 300 gpm pump and a 250 gallons polypropylene tank. The truck is equipped with two Hannay Hose Reels with 1” booster line. One located on the driver’s side and one on the officer’s side. In addition, there is 200’ of 1 ¾” hose line in the rear bed and 200’ of 3”.


Boat 74

Boat 74 (2)

Boat 74

Boat 74 is a 2003 Zodiac with a semi-rigid hull. It was purchased for $21,530.00. This boat is powered by a 75hp Mercury outboard motor. Capable of reaching speeds of 35-40 mph this craft is primarily used for rescue operations on the Maumee River.

Boat 75

Boat 75 is a Jon Boat that is used primarily used for rescue operations on the ponds found throughout our community.

Medic 74

Medic 74

Medic 74 is a 2019 Lifeline Ambulance on an International chassis with a two-door extended cab. It was purchased for $277,988.00. It is powered by the Cummins L9 270 hp motor and an Allison transmission. The unit is equipped with a Stryker cot and Power Load System. It carries a full complement of basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS) equipment. Some of the equipment carried in the truck includes:

  • Stryker Life Pack 15s
  • Glidescope Go video laryngoscopes in addition to traditional fiberoptic laryngoscopes
  • A variety of vascular access devices to include intravenous catheters (IVs) and
  • Interosseous devices (IOs)
  •  Stryker LUCAS 3 automated CPR device
  • Full complement of medications to provide everything from pain relief to cardiac arrest
    management

Medic 75

Medic 75

Medic 75 is a 2012 Lifeline Ambulance on an International chassis with a two-door extended cab. It was purchased for $232,642.00. It is powered by a Maxx Force DT engine and an Allison transmission. The unit is equipped with a Stryker cot and Power Load System. It carries a full complement of basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS) equipment. Some of the equipment carried in the truck includes:

  • Stryker Life Pack 15s
  • Glidescope Go video laryngoscopes in addition to traditional fiberoptic laryngoscopes
  • A variety of vascular access devices to include intravenous catheters (IVs) and
  • Interosseous devices (IOs)
  • Stryker LUCAS 3 automated CPR device
  • Full complement of medications to provide everything from pain relief to cardiac arrest management

Medic 76

Medic 76

Medic 76 is a 2008 Lifeline Ambulance on an International chassis with a two-door extended cab. It was purchased for $192,980.00. It is powered by a Maxx Force DT engine and an Allison transmission. The unit is equipped with a Stryker cot and Power Load System. It carries a full complement of basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS) equipment. Some of the equipment carried in the truck includes:

  • Stryker Life Pack 15s
  • Glidescope Go video laryngoscopes in addition to traditional fiberoptic laryngoscopes
  • A variety of vascular access devices including intravenous catheters (IVs) and
  • Interosseous devices (IOs)
  • Stryker LUCAS 3 automated CPR device
  • Full complement of medications to provide everything from pain relief to cardiac arrest
    management

Chief 74

Chief 74

Chief 74 is a 2018 Chevy Suburban. It was purchased for a price of $42,689.00. It is equipped with basic life support equipment and basic firefighting equipment including personal protective equipment (PPE) such as a SCBA and turn-out gear. This unit also functions as a mobile incident command center with a roll-out command post made by extend-bed. In addition to Fire Comm headsets to enhance on-scene communications. This vehicle is operated by the Department’s Fire Chief.

Chief 75

Chief 75

Chief 75 is a 2016 GMC Sierra 2500HD. It was purchased for a price of $35,700.00. It is equipped with basic life support equipment and basic firefighting equipment to include personal protective equipment (PPE) such as a SCBA and turn-out gear. This unit also functions as a mobile incident command center with a roll-out command post made by extend-bed. The vehicle is operated by the Department’s Deputy Chief

Utility 74

Utility 74

Utility 74 is a 2015 Chevy Tahoe. It was purchased for a price of $34,480.00. It is equipped with basic life support equipment and basic firefighting equipment to include personal protective equipment (PPE) such as a SCBA and turn-out gear. This vehicle is operated by the Shift Captain.


Fire Prevention 74

Fire Prevention 74

Fire Prevention 74 is a 2007 Dodge Ram 3500 with a Cummins Turbo Diesel. It is equipped with basic life support equipment and the gear needed to perform inspections at the Township’s many businesses. This vehicle is operated by the Department’s Fire Inspector/Marshal.


Engine 507

This is the Department’s first fire truck. It no longer sees action, but we maintain it to preserve the history of the department. It is a 1961 Ford manufactured by the American Fire Apparatus Company. It is equipped with a Boston America Front Mount Fire Pump. The cab has one bench seat for the driver and the officer. The remaining personnel road the tailboard.

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