How may depts still use pump and roll trucks ( not brush trucks ) ? We have two tankers and one engine that are pump and roll. We use them for structure fires and water supply as well as fighting brush fires. One tanker is 3000 gal and the other is 1200 gal. The engine is 1000 gal.
We never heard. So I think not. He lit a couple the next week, but not many and then nothing. After the first night, the cops said they wanted us to class each bin as a seperate incident, and report them as such. That would have enabled them to hit him 42 times... After they caught him of course!
We still have some old FMC engines with the John Bean high pressure pto pumps that we can pump and roll but they don't get used for that until the $#!T hits the fan. Most of the rural departments have at least one cross mount tanker that can be used as a pump and roll but once again that is a worst case scenario. We all have brush trucks for brush/grass fires. Some places have brush trucks that carry up to 1200 gallons though. So call them what you will.
We have everything as pump and roll. But without many close to road wildfires it is almost useless. But when we run into the jack pine flats along roadways it does come into play. We also have our 4000 gallon tanker with a deluge gun on top that works with pump and roll. It comes in handy for structure protection and exposure portection during structure fires. Also handy for blowing shingles off.