Apparatus
Unit 4
2014 Kubota
Car 1
2013 Chevrolet Suburban
Car 1 is a command vehicle set up with extra radios, and incident management tools to be used by command during an incident. Having the extra tools on board allows the command officer to have communication with all aspects of the incident and provides a central point during large scale incidents for firefighters to report to. ALS Certified
Engine 1
2013 Pierce Impel
Pumper with 1250GPM pump and 1000 Gallon water tank on board. Engine 1 is an ALS Medical Response Unit.
Tower 1
2012 Pierce 100ft Ladder Tower
Pierce Velocity Aerial with a 2000Gpm Pump, 300 gallon of water on board, BLS certified.
Unit 5
2012 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
BLS Medical Response Unit
Rescue 1
1994 Pierce Lance Heavy Rescue
20kw PTO Generator, Light Tower, Compressed Air Foam System, Rope Rescue, Ice Rescue, Confined Space Rescue, Collapse Shoring, Vehicle Extrication and Stabilization equipment, Winching equipment, Advanced Life Support Unit.
Rescue 3
1993 GMC S&S
Rescue 3 is a 4wd light rescue vehicle. It has the ability to pump 300 gallons a minute and carries 200 gallons of water on board. BLS Medical Response Unit
Engine 2
1989 Pierce Lance
Engine 2 is a Class A Pumper. It has the ability to pump 1,250 gallons per minute and carries 1,000 gallons of water on board. BLS Medical Response Unit
Fire Safety House
1986 Fire Safety House
The Fire Safety House is a scaled down version of a two story frame house. It was built in 1986 for the Decatur Fire Department after generous monetary and labor donations from both Archer Daniels Midland Corporation and the Decatur Housing and Construction Trades Council. Decatur used the safety house until 2000 when they upgraded to a bigger model and graciously donated their old Safety House to the Mt. Zion Fire Protection District. Today it is used throughout the year to teach children the importance of fire safety and what to do in the event of a fire. We also allow any of the area fire departments use of the house to assist in their fire prevention programs.
Rescue 2
1978 Oshkosh
Rescue 2 is an airport rescue vehicle that was obtained from the Decatur Airport through an Inter-Local Governmental Agreement at no cost. It can be used for a multitude of tasks such as Airplane Crashes, Hazardous Materials Incidents, Field Fires, Car Fires and Structure Fires. Based on its six wheel drive capabilities it can handle a multitude of terrains. It has a 1200GPM pump and carries 1,500 gallons of water and 180 gallons of foam on board.

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