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OTTER POINT VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

Department Apparatus

Truck #21 Pumper

2013 Hub Triple Combination Pumper - In Service: July 2013

1050 gallons per minute pump, 1000 imperial gallon tank

 

Predecessors to 21

 

Truck #22 Tanker

1995 International Tanker - In Service: September 1994

2200 imperial gallon aluminum tank

Predecessors to 22

 

Truck #23 Pumper

1998 Hub Triple Combination Pumper - In Service: June 1998

1050 gallons per minute pump, 1000 imperial gallon tank

Predecessors to 23

Decorated for Christmas 2002 Parade

 

Truck #24

2005 Ford F550 4x4 - Utility/Rescue/CAF - In Service: July 2005

Compressed Air Foam (CAF) system with 285 IG water tank, 20 IG Class A foam cell, 18 Horsepower pump, 2 - 150 foot  of 1.5 inch hose preconnected, 700 feet of 3 inch hose on top, Also carries a Warn 9,000 pound winch that can be quick mounted to rear of this vehicle and to front and rear of #25.

This cab and chassis was fitted with the equipment box off the1997 Chevrolet

cab and chassis that is now operated as #25.

Predecessors to 24

 

Truck #25

1997 Chevrolet K3500 - Duty/Service vehicle - In Service: July 2005

Until July, 2005, this cab and chassis was operated as #24 before it was fitted with a smaller utility box

and used to replace 1981 Dodge pickup.

Predecessors to 25

 

Truck #26

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2011 Ford Ranger - Duty/Service vehicle - In Service: July 2012

 

Truck #27 Pumper

1990 Hub Triple Combination Pumper - In Service: July 1990

840 gallons per minute pump, 1000 imperial gallon tank

 

Until July, 2013, this truck was operated as #21 before it was retired from active service and is now in reserve and dedicated to the training center.