Truck 7
Truck 7

 

TRUCK 7
This truck is a 75 foot quint.  It was purchased used in 2009 to replace our 1973 American LaFrance 50 foot ladder which now serves Mount Rushmore. 
This truck has been the "first in" for all fires within city limits and the aerial waterway is a must for defensive fire operations. It carries 500 gallons of water, has a 75 foot aerial ladder and a 1500 gallon per minute pump. It also carries a variety of ground ladders, hand and power tools, it’s equipped with a generator and can carry 6 personnel.

Pumper 1
Pumper 1
Truck 7 is our best friend
on all structure fires!



 

 

PUMPER 1
This truck was built in 2004.  For many years, and before Truck 7, Pumper 1 was the "first out" truck for our department.  It carries 1000 gallons of water, generator, and deluge gun.  This truck has been "first in" on numerous fires, and continues to serve our area on almost every call.

 

 

Rescue 5

Rescue 5
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RESCUE 5
Rescue 5 is a 2005 freightliner that seats five personnel.  Rescue 5 responds to all emergencies calls we have in the Tea district as well if mutual aid is needed by neighboring communities. It has an integrated generator with light tower and it carries all medical, extrication, and rescue equipment.  It carries two hydraulic pumps on 100' cord reels to support extrication activities. It also provides an “air bottle” fill station where we can refill air tanks directly on the fire scene. Rescue 5 is considered

Pumper 2
Pumper 2
the carry all, do all of our department and it replaced the "Old Yeller" rescue van which didn’t meet NFPA standards. 



 

PUMPER 2
This 1982 GMC fire truck was Central State's first UL tested pumper.  It serves us to this day with rural and wild land fires.  It has a standalone generator, and 850 gallons per minute pump, a variety of ladders, hand and power tools and seats two personnel.

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