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Engine 701

Currently housed at Station 1, Engine 701 is a 1996 E-One custom pumer. 701 is equipped with a 1,250 gpm pump with around the pump foam system, 750 gallon water tank and 40 gallon foam tank. This apparatus was purchased from the Fairfax County Fire Department, VA in 2010 and placed into service later that year. The truck carries 4 Scott SCBA and spare bottles, 1400 feet of 5" supply hose, 400 feet of 3" supply hose, 200 feet of 2 1/2" firefighting hose and 700 feet of 1 3/4" attack lines from 3 pre-connects. The truck also carries all ISO required hand tools, thermal imaging camera, 4-Gas Gas Detector, ladders and is equipped with an A/C power inverter. 

701 has a first due response area for all areas north of I-65 and Hwy 31 and responds to all structural fires, HAZMAT incidents and investigations in that area.

Engine 701

Engine 703

Engine 703

Currently housed at Station 2, Engine 703 is a 1997 E-One custom pumer. 703 is equipped with a 1,250 gpm pump with around the pump foam system, 750 gallon water tank and 40 gallon foam tank. This apparatus was purchased from the Fairfax County Fire Department, VA in 2010 and placed into service in early 2011. The truck carries 4 Scott SCBA and spare bottles, 1400 feet of 5" supply hose, 400 feet of 3" supply hose, 200 feet of 2 1/2" firefighting hose and 700 feet of 1 3/4" attack lines from 3 pre-connects. The truck also carries all ISO required hand tools, 4-Gas gas detector, ladders and is equipped with an A/C power inverter.

703 has a first due response area for all areas south of I-65 and Hwy 31 and responds to all structural fires, HAZMAT incidents and investigations in that area which includes a large portion of the city of Prattville police jurisdiction.


Truck 705

Currently housed at Station 1, Truck 705 is a 1989 E-One Hush Quint. The PLFD catagorizes 705 as a service pumper. 705 is equipped with a 1,500 gpm pump , 300 gallon water tank and has a 50 foot aerial ladder with master stream. This apparatus was purchased from the Panama City Fire Department, FL in 2012 and placed into service in early 2015. The truck carries 4 Scott SCBA and spare bottles, 1000 feet of 5" supply hose, 400 feet of 3" supply hose, 200 feet of 2 1/2" firefighting hose and 500 feet of 1 3/4" attack lines from 2 pre-connects. The truck also carries all ISO required hand tools, 4-Gas gas detector, ladders and is equipped with an A/C power inverter.

 

705 has a first due response area for all areas south of I-65 and Hwy 31 and responds to all structural fires, HAZMAT incidents and investigations in that area which includes a large portion of the city of Prattville police jurisdiction.

Engine/Service Truck 705