Apparatus

Station 1 Apparatus

Engine 131 - 1999 International/KME 1250GPM/1000gal
This rig carries a TIC, CO Monitor, 8 - Scott 4500 lb. SCBA's 5 - 1 3/4 & 1 - 2 1/2 inch pre-connects, 8KW PTO generator, Portable Floating Pump, Foam, misc, equipment and is first-due to all fires. 
 
Engine 132 - 1992 HME/Grumman Panther 1500 GPM/750gal
E-132 carries a set of Amkus extrication tools. This is the first out Engine for Mutual Aid, RIT, and rolls with the Bronto.
 
Rescue 161 - 2005 E-One Typhoon Rescue Pumper 1500 GPM/720 gal/30 gal foam
R-161 is our Heavy Rescue which includes a full set of Amkus Extrication Tools, Air Bags, Confined Space Monitor, Rescue Jacks, K-12 Saw, 10 kw Generator and a 4-bottle 6,000 cascade system. It is first-due for all accidents and rescue calls.
Tanker 141 - 1993 International/2005 Wynn - 200 GPM/2000 gal
   
Brush 151 - 1999 Dodge Ram 2500/Alexis – 200 GPM/250 gal  
Brush 152 - 2002 Dodge Ram 2500/Alexis – 200 GPM/250 gal
No you're not seeing double. Station 1's two brush trucks are virtually identical
FR - 181 - 2005 Ford Excursion - Medic/Utility
Truck 171 -1989 International 250GPM/1000gal
This rig responds on any type of fire. It carries Lighting, brush gear, fuel, saws, spare SCBA bottles, and can even run as a tanker as needed.
Rescue Pumper 161
Engine 131
Mutual Aid/R.I.T Pumper 132
Brush 151
   
   

 

Station 2 Apparatus

Engine 731 - 2000 International 2001 KME (#4486) – 2 stage Pump, 1250 GPM/750 Gal

 


 
Rescue 761 - Pumper/Tanker/Rescue 761 - 1993 E-ONE 2 Stage Pump, 1500 GPM /2500 Gal  
Brush 751 - 2004 Ford F-350/RKO – 200 GPM/220 gal/25 foam
   
Ladder 791 - 1998 E-One Cyclone II/Bronto 135 ft Skylift (#129711) - 1500 gpm/300 gal
L-791 is one of only two Bronto's in Indiana and is also shares with the other Bronto as the tallest active aerial device in the state. It originally served the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport prior to its purchase in 2009.
   
Retired Apparatus   
   
1924  
1929 Model International Chevrolet Serial # 9L01128 Motor # T886778. Sold on September 2, 1946 for $400.00  
1939 Ford V-8 Motor # 80789 Boyer Triple Combination Pumper Model 917T  Manufacturers # 8966 350 GPM Hale GB-2 Pump / 300 Gal. Tank Dept. agreed to purchase new on 5/25/1939. The truck was delivered on August 9, 1939. Cost $2789.69 plus old truck & equipment. The truck was responding to a house fire on Markland Pike and was wrecked on Dec. 16, 1951 with Walter Rieman, James Hayes, Rudolph Tinker. The truck was repaired by Howe  Fire Co. in Anderson In. for $3,487.58.  
1952 GMC Tanker 1000 Gal. Tank Purchased 6/2/1972  

1953 Dodge Ambulance Model M43 Vehicle ID # 80044919. This was aquired from DNR September 17, 1982.

 
1954 Chevy Pumper Model # 6403 Vin # W54N006678 500 GPM 1000 Gal. tank Purchased on 12/10/1963 For $5800.00 recieved on 1/2/1964 from Fairplay Fire Co. Madison # 1 Madison IN.  
Brush 153 - 1956 International S144 500 GPM Purchased 10/28/1992 From I&M Power Lawrenceburg IN.  
Brush 152 - 1957 2 1/2 ton DNR Recieved on 7/12/1974  
Engine 131 - 1969 Ford C600 Model HR-71 Howe Serial # 12512 Vin # C60DUC71224  Howe Pumper 750 GPM Waterous Pump/ 500 Gal. Tank bought new on 6/9/1969 for $ 22,809.60.   
Engine 132 - 1969 Ford C850 Howe Pumper 750 GPM/500 Gal. Purchased from Dillsboro Fire Department.
Engine 732 -  1969 Seagrave Serial # R-4474 1250 GPM 500 Gal. tank Purchased from the Florence Ky. Fire department.  
Engine 132 - 1969 Mack CF685F1069 F-10 Pumper 1000 GPM/500 gal. Rising Sun purchased the truck on 12/19/1994 from Fairplay Fire Co. Madison In. who bought it new. EEVFD Purchased from Rising Sun Fire Department in March 10,2004 and was sold to Bear Branch in 2009.  
Brush 151 - 1974 International Pierce Model 200 Vin # 4Q2A0DHB53372 Mini Pumper Purchased on 4/8/1984 for $21,000.00 on 4/28/1984.  
Tanker 142 - 1974 Ford 250 gpm/1800 gal