Here are our trucks. They are painted black and gold in support of our local school, the Priceville Bulldogs.
Station #1 Trucks
KME delivered this beauty January of 2008. This truck has a 75 foot ladder, a 2000 gpm pump, and a 650 gallon tank. It was purchased to support the needs of our growing community.
We purchased this truck in 2017 to meet the needs of our growing community. It, like its sister trucks, holds 980 gallons of water and 20 gallons of foam.
Engine 184 was purchased in 2021 from a fire department in South Carolina. Although a used truck, it is in fantastic shape and will do well as a reserve engine for the department. Reserve engines are required by insurance companies in the event a truck breaks down. This is to ensure we still have the capability of responding to calls in the community.
Brush 450 is a 2011 Chevrolet 3500 HD Crew Cab 4x4 with 300 gallons on-board along with a booster hose, 1 3/4 attack line, and built in foam tank. The money for the tank and pump came from a grant through Alabama Forestry. It is also used to pull our trailer that has extra air for our firefighters' breathing air as well as some hazardous material equipment.
This 2013 Chevy Tahoe was purchased in 2020. This contains equipment for the various medical calls we run. This includes our BLS supplies, Lucas CPR machine, and an Automated External Defibrillator.
Station #2 Trucks
In September 2015 we received this beautiful, new truck from KME. It holds 980 gallons of water and has a 1500 gpm pump. This truck also has "The Jaws of Life" for cutting up cars in the event of emergencies. Engine 182 was painted to match this beautiful truck.
This 1983 Ford F-350 multi-purpose vehicle responds to car accidents, structure fires, HAZMAT incidents, and other large scale emergencies. It has equipment for refilling air cylinders, extra air cylinders, and additional equipment to support extended operations.
Station #3 Trucks
This KME Predator model rescue pumper was delivered in June 2011 and is a front-line engine meaning it is one of the first trucks to respond to a fire or traffic accident. It has a 1500 gpm pump, a 1000 gallon tank, built in foam tank, and 1200 feet of 5 inch hose to attach to a fire hydrant if necessary. It also has vehicle extrication equipment like the powerful tools for cutting up cars known as the "Jaws of Life" and emergency medical equipment to treat injuries. It is pictured in its home at our new Fire Station #3.
This 2004 Ford F-350 4x4 truck is designed to carry its 300 gallons of water along with a booster hose, 1 3/4 attack line, and built in foam tank off road to combat brush fires.