I would like to hear your alls different responses with what truck in order...1st out, 2nd out ect..
Here are ours......
*Accident negative injuries- Engine 231 or rescue 234
*Accident with injuries/entrapment-Engine 231 and Rescue 234
*Possible Structure Fire- Engine 232, engine 236,Tanker 233, utility 237, Tower 230
*Mutual Aid for manpower-Engine 232 and Utility 237
*Natural Diasaster- Engine 231
*Suspicious odors/investigations-Engine 232 or Utility 237
*Brush Fire-Tanker 233 and/or Engine 232 w/ utility 237
*Move ups/ in house standby-Engine 232 and utility 237
*Box alarms-Tower 230,Engine 232, and utility 237
*Medical Calls-Engine 231/ Rescue 234/ Utility 237/POV's

You can refer to my pics to get images of all these trucks

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Medical: Squad 4251, Engine 4222
Car fire: Engine 4222, Tanker 4231, Squad 4251
Structure Fire: Engine 4221, Tanker 4231, Engine 4222 to a taker fill site, Squad 4251 to scene
Mutual Aid Structure: Same
Box Alarms: As Specified
Odor Invest: Engine 4221
MVA With or Without Inj: Engine 4222, Squad 4251
Grass fire: Grass 4261, Engine 4222, Tanker 4231
Move Up: As Specified
Man Power: Engine 4221
City structure-engine331 truck334 engine332 squad337 squad 1
Rural strcture-engine333 squad337 tnaker335 attack338 squad1
Grass fires- attack338 engine333 sqaud337 tanker335
Vehicle accidents- squad1 engine 332
Vehicle fires city/rural-engine332
Medical calls- squad1 squad2 squad3
Mutal aid- whatever is called for.
Drowning-squad1 and boat.
CO alarms-squad1 squad337

337 is a utility truck but we also run it as our 4th squad.
Medical: Service 239 and Car 23
10-50 (MVA): E-231,Service 239, Brush 238,and Car 23
Structure Fire (in district): E-231, E-232, Tanker 236, Service 239, Car 23
Structure Fire (mutual aid): Tanker 236, E-232, Service 239
Vehicle Fire : E-231, Tanker 236, Brush 238 or 237, Car 23
Brush Fire: Brush 238, Brush 237, Tanker 236
Brush Fire Endangering Structure: Brush 238, Brush 237, Tanker 236, E-232
Suspicious Odors/ Investigation: E-231
Storm Damage: E-231 or Brush 237/238
In District
Any Fires Engine 3, Tanker 3, Rescue 3
Extrication, HazMat Rescue 3, Engine 3, Tanker 3

Out of District
Fires Tanker 3, Engine 3, Rescue 3
Extrication, HazMat Rescue 3, Engine 3 Tanker 3

Engine 3 is 2008 Pierce Custom Contender 1500/1000/30 A w/ Cafs
Tanker 3 is 1989 Mack R /E One 1250/2500 Tanker pumper
Rescue 3 is 2006 Pierce Enforcer 1500/650/30 A Rear Mount Rescue Pumper w 30 kw Harrison 9000 watts of floodlighting, Hurst trimo pump
So you're a station 23 to are ya...Good numbers. : ) Sounds like our fleet is a out the same numbers too!!!! That's cool
Medical: 1 Engine, 1 ambulance from the transporting service.
Structure Fire: 3 Engines, 1 Truck(aerial), 1 Battalion Chief, 1 Ambulance
High Rise: 5 Engines, 2 Trucks, 2 Battalion Chief, 1 Ambulance (more if needed)
MVC: 1 Engine, 1 Ambulance, Trucks and Battalion Chiefs if jaws o'life are needed
HAZMAT: 1st in Engine, Truck and Battalion Chief, HAZMAT truck, Stations 4 and 3, 1 Ambulance (more if needed)
Special Rescue, 1st in Engine, Truck, and Battalion Chief, Heavy Rescue, Station #1, 1 Ambulance (more if needed)
Brush: 1st in Engine, closest brush unit and tanker/tender
Dive: 1st in Engine, Truck, Battalion Chief, Dive Team and Station #14
EMS : ton 6, ems to 5 Main st Ton. 6 & Rescue 4, 284 main st Ton. 6 & Engine 2
still alarm: Ton 6, Rescue 4, either Engine 2 or 3 depends on which side of city
Alarm of Fire every body Ton. 6, rescue 4 engines 2 & 3 and ladder 1
working fire same as before along with car 10, car 11 and car 12 (chief)

VEHICLE FLEET

SUPPORT VEHICLES
· CAR 12 - 2007 Ford Expedition [Chief of Department].

· CAR 6 - 2008 Ford Expedition 4X4 – Command Car/Paramedic Unit.

· CAR 10 - 1999 Ford Explorer [Fire Prevention Officer].

· CAR 11 - 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 4X4 [Municipal Training Officer]

· CAR 51 - (aka. Squad 51) 1994 Ford Pickup truck [service truck used for snow plowing, hose, basement pump-outs and just about everything else].



FIRE APPARATUS
· RESCUE 4 - 1987 Young/Marion Heavy Rescue Unit w/250 GPM pump.

· LADDER 1 – 2007 Crimson 100 foot Aerial Platform Quint w/2000 gpm pump.

· ENGINE 1 – 1978 American La France 1500 GPM pumper w/500 Gal. tank.

· ENGINE 2 – 2003 American La France 1500 GPM pumper w/750 Gal. tank.

· ENGINE 3 – 1996 Pierce 1500 GPM pumper w/750 Gal. tank.

· MARINE 5 – 2007 Titan 13 foot inflatable rescue boat.
Our district is split into 2 zones based on our 2 stations coverage.

Medical- Rescue or Brush unless at minimum staffing then the Engine for that area
Structure Fire, City- Eng 1, Eng 2, Squad 1, mutual x 2
Structure Fire, Cty- Eng 1, Eng 2, Tanker 1, Tanker 2, Squad 1, mutual x 2
MVC- Engine
MVC entrapment- Engine & Squad
HazMat- Eng 1, Eng 2, mutual x 1, mutual aid HazMat team
Water Rescue- Engine 1, Engine 2, boat 1
Brush (no structures in danger, non emergency response) Brush
Brush (red flag conditions, over 1 acre or structures in danger, emergency) Brush, Engine & Tanker
Mutual Aid- In a city an Engine & Squad
Mutual Aid- in cty Engine, Tanker & Squad
Alarms/Investigations/Service Calls- Engine
Out of Local: what ever is called
In Local:
Structures: E95, L95, E-95-1, E95-2 + mutual aid on the Box
Vehicle acc/w/injuries: E95
Vehicle Rescues: E95, L95 + (2) mutual aid rescues
Rescues other: E95, L95 + mutual aid rescue
Water Rescues: Special Service 95, Marine 95, Marine 95-1, E95, L95, E95-1, E95-2
Dumpsters, trash, woods/field, electrical outside: E95-1, E95-2
Co detectors/FA's, odors of gas: E95, L95, E95-1, E95-2
Chimney fires: E95, L95, E95-1, E95-2 + mutual aid Box ( county treats these as dwelling fires)
Hazmat: E95, L95, E95-1, E95-2 + Local Hazmat Team

E95- 1999 Pierce Quantum 2000gpm, 750gal + 40gal Class B foam around the pump, 7kw onan diesel generator
L95- 2000 E-ONE 100' rear mount on Cyclone II, 10kw onan diesel generator, master stream fixed 80'
E95-1- 1986 Pierce Lance refurbed in 2000. 1500gpm, 635gal + 40gal Class B foam 5kw onan diesel generator, two foam discharges
E95-2- 1965 C95 Mack 5speed double clutch manual gas powered. 1000gpm 500gal
Marine 95 2003 Zumro 15' inflatable w/40hp mercury outboard, tiller drive
Marine 95-1 2005 West Marine 12' inflatable
SS 95 2006 Ford 550 crew cab with covered utility body
lets see
Structure fire possiable or real...E71, E70, T72( If no hydrant near), R7
MVA with/out injuries...R7, E71
Medical.....R7
Brush Fire....E70, E71...till B7 is back in service
Anything that has to do with possiable leaks ect...same as structure fire.
Mutual Aid on MVA R7, E71
Mutual on Medical...R7
Mutual on Fire...E71, E70, T72
Structure fire - engine 230, ladder 23, rescue 23, engine 233, tanker 234
Mutal Aid structure fire - engine 233, ladder 23
Accident - engine 230, rescue 23
brush fire - brush 236, tanker 234
medical- utility 238 or engine 230
fire alarms - engine 230, ladder 23
odors/investigations - engine 233, brush 236
additional man power - utility 238, engine 233


pictures and descriptions of all trucks can be found on out website at hembybridgevfd.com
EMS assist: squad 1757
Possible/working structure fire (in town): Engine 1711, Engine 1712, Rescue 1736, Squad 1757
" " (out of town): engine 1711, tanker 1745, tanker 1744, engine 1712, rescue 1736, squad
Smoke/Odor invetigation: Engine 1711, Engine 1712, Rescue 1736
Lines down/arcing: Brush 1773, Engine 1712
Brush fire: brush 1773, tanker 1744, engine 1712
MVA: Rescue 1736, Engine 1712, Tanker 1744
Tanker assists: Tanker 1745
Box alarms: Engine 1711, squad 1757
Water rescues: Rescue 1736
Car fires: Engine 1712, Rescue 1736, Tanker 1745

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