Response Apparatus

Fire Rescue System Apparatus
Emergency Medical Services and Fire Suppression Apparatus

Ambulance / Medic 501, 501B, 501C, and 501D
All Ambulance / Medic units are setup identically and are capable for any Advanced Life Support (ALS) call. Each unit has:
  • Life Pack 15
  • Automatic ventilators
  • Portable suction units
  • Hot packs (for heating intravenous fluids)
  • Portable oxygen tanks, and one onboard tank
  • Baby car seat
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Rescue 501
  • 1997 Spartan Gladiator / American Fire and Rescue 18 feet walk-in box
  • Capable of handling extrications, rope rescue, confined space rescue, and assist with fireground operations
  • Equipped with a 20 kilowatts generator and command light light tower
Rescue 501
Engine 501
  • 2013 Rosenbauer "Commander
  • Engine: Cummins ISX 12.0 Diesel 450hp
  • Pump: Hale 1,500gpm single stage
  • Vehicle Weight (GVWR): 39,940 pounds
  • Vehicle Height: nine feet, nine inches
  • Placed in service May 19, 2014
Engine 501
Engine 501B
  • 1998 Pierce Quantum
  • Engine: Detroit Diesel 60 series
  • Pump: Hale 1,750 gallons per minute one stage
  • Electric Generator
  • Vehicle Height: ten feet, four inches
Engine 501B
Foam Engine 501
  • 2002 Pierce Quantum
  • Engine: Cummins turbo diesel engine
  • Pump: 1,500 gallons per minute pump
  • Tank Capacity: 1,000 gallons
  • Foam: 110 gallon Class B foam tank
  • Dry Chemical: 300 pound Purple-K system
  • Extrication: Powerhawk extrication tool
  • Electric Generator: 10,000 PTO generator
Foam Engine 501
Tower 501
  • 2013 Rosenbauer "Commander" Tower Ladder
  • Engine: Cummins ISx 12.0 Diesel 500hp
  • Aerial Length: 101 feet
  • Aerial Type: Platform
  • Monitor Nozzles: One remote, 2000gpm flow
  • Electric Generator: 10,000 watts
  • Vehicle Weight: (GVWR) 80,000 pounds
  • Vehicle Height: 12 feet
  • Placed in service June 27, 2014
Tower 501