Apparatus

Car 410:
2014 Chevrolet Silverado 4X4 that is equipped with a snowplow for Iowa winters, 100 gallons of water,
ultra-high pressure command system that produces 1200-psi at the nozzle flowing 20 gallons of water
per minute and has foam capabilities.

Car 420:
2014 Chevrolet Tahoe 4X4 that is equipped with an incident command center for large scenes.

Car 421:
2019 Dodge Durango 4X4 EMS Command vehicle.


 

Brush 417 (originally 4125):
2006 Chevrolet 4X4 that is equipped with 200 gallons of water, 1400-psi ultra-high pressure system that
flows 20 gallons of water per minute and has foam capabilities.

Engine 411 (originally 4130):
1996 Spartan/Welch Custom Rescue Engine with seating for a crew of five firefighters. This is used as
our primary “Heavy Rescue” and is equipped with state of the art battery powered extrication tools, ice
water rescue equipment, high angle rope rescue equipment, grain bin rescue equipment, tri pod,
cribbing, high pressure air bags, Thermal Imagining Camera, 4 gas meter, RIC pack and saws. This unit
also has a 1500 gallons per minute pump, 750 gallons of water and foam capabilities. It is also a
traditional Engine and is equipped to function on the fire ground in whatever capacity needed.

Engine 412 (originally 4140):
2007 HME/Custom Fab pumper with seating for a crew of eight firefighters. It is our primary pumper on
all fire structural fire assignments and serves as our second out tender. It is equipped with 1500 gallons
per minute pump, 1250 gallons of water, 40 gallons of foam, folding 1500-gallon port-a-tank, ground
ladders, Thermal Imagining Camera, 4 gas meter, RIC pack, saws and battery powered combination
extrication tool.

Engine 416 (originally 4145):
1994 Spartan/Welch Custom Pumper with seating for six firefighters. It is our primary tender and our
second out pumper. It is equipped with 1500 gallons per minute pump, 1500 gallons of water, folding
1500-gallon port-a-tank, ground ladders, RIC pack and saws.

Tower 415:

2006 E-One 100' Bronto, with seating for a crew of six.  It is equipped with 300 gallons of water, 2000 gallons per minute pump, ground ladders, a full set of pre-plumbed extrication tools, and a basket with a rescue platform.  This apparatus also carries a thermal imaging camera, RIC pack, gas-powered saws, and battery-powered scene lights.  The Bronto has the unique capability of not only being able to place the aerial basket on the ground, but it also has the ability to lower the basket 17' below grade.  

Ambulance 413 (originally 4180):
2012 Ford F-450 4X4 with a remounted 2006 Medtec ambulance body. It is equipped with state of the
art Basic and Advanced Life Support equipment and supplies. It is our second out ambulance when the
primary ambulance is on another call or to follow the primary ambulance for additional manpower on
scene. It is also our primary Rehab unit for fire scenes.

Ambulance 414:
2018 Chevrolet G4500 with a remounted 2006 Medtec ambulance body. It is equipped with state of the
art Basic and Advanced Life Support equipment and supplies. It is our first out Monday – Friday daytime
ambulance. This unit was the first delivered of two identical twins. The twin ambulances are staggered
as first out response units in an effort to gain some separation in mileage so they will not come due for
replacement at the same time.

Ambulance 423:
2018 Chevrolet G4500 with a remounted 2006 Medtec ambulance body. It is equipped with state of the
art Basic and Advanced Life Support equipment and supplies. It is our first out Monday - Friday nights
and weekend ambulance. This unit was the second arriving identical twin. The twin ambulances are
staggered as first out response units in an effort to gain some separation in mileage so they will not
come due for replacement at the same time.