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A firefighter can only do so much alone, and it’s the tools of the trade that make it possible for him/her to take control of any emergency. Our primary tool is our fire truck, and like any other conventional tool, every truck has it’s special job.

Engine 1

Engine 1

Chassis: 1978 Oren / Peterbilt
Tank: 300 Gallons
Pump: 1500 GPM
Features: 4400′ 5″ Supply Hose
Specialization: Engine 1 has the ability to provide water to the fire scene at almost any remote site around town. Without it’s large quantity of supply hose, the fire will burn longer and hotter, and our efforts would not be as successful.



Engine 2

Engine 2

Chassis: 2009 Pierce
Tank: 1000 Gallons
Pump: 1500 GPM
Features: ()kW on-board Hydraulic-Driven Generator
Specialization: Engine 2 is our first due truck to the majority of our emergencies. It is a versatile tool that can handle almost everything. It’s primary role is fire attack, with a heavy concentration of tools designed specifically for just that.


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Engine 4

Chassis: 2014 Spartan Gladiator
Tank: 2500 Gallons
Pump: 1500 GPM
Features: Engine 4 is a mobile water supply. It’s ability to move 2500 gallons of water anywhere we need it is an in-disposable tool in a community like Litchfield. Engine 4 is also outfitted with plumbing that makes it possible to quickly and continuously shuttle water to a scene, should it’s initial payload become exhausted.

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Ladder 1

Ladder 1

Chassis: 2001 Pierce
Aerial: 105′ Rear-Mount
Features: Ladder 1 is equipped with a myriad of tools that make operations on the fire scene safer, and more efficient. While it’s main focus is to provide access to areas in the overhead (mainly roofs), the truck provides us with a massive amount of storage for R.I.T. (R.I.C.) tools, ground ladders, ventilation equipment, salvage tools and more.



Rescue 5

Rescue 5

Chassis: 1997 Marion / Freightliner
Tool: Hurst Spreader, Cutter and Ram
Features: Rescue 5 is primarily utilized to address traffic accidents of any severity. On board we carry the items needed to manage a scene efficiently, minimize exterior safety concerns, and extricate patients trapped by a collision. Also on board are tools and equipment designed to handle hazardous materials incidents, confined space rescue tools, stabilization devices, a 6000 lb cascade system, and more.