|Lovelady Fire & Rescue|
| Engine 1|
Engine 1 is a 2004 custom cab truck This truck holds 1,000 gallons of water and pumps at 1500gpm. It is considered a pumper/tanker and is used as first out tanker for structure fires. Some equipment on Engine 1 are forcible entry tools, gas detector, 5 air packs with spare bottles, thermal imaging camera, and a K-12 saw. This truck is also equipped with a deluge gun on top and a positive pressure ventilation fan.
Tanker 2 is a 1990 apparatus and is located at station 2 on HWY 70. This truck contains 1000 gallons of water and is used as a first out tanker for brush fires.
Rescue 3 is a 2010 service truck that responds to all entrapments, pin-ins, and structure fires. Rescue 3 is fully equipped with Hurst hydraulic tools. There are also high and low pressure air bags, cribbing, and a portable hydraulic unit. It has a light tower on top of the truck and a removable winch that can be moved to the front, back, or sides of the apparatus.
Engine 4 is a 1997 pumper that holds 1000 gallons of water. This truck features a walkthrough pump panel behind the cab and is first out pumper from station 2. This truck features a positive pressure ventilation fan, forcible entry tools, and a 35' ladder.
Tanker 5-Picture Coming Soon
Tanker 5 is a 2019 pumper/tanker that holds 2500 gallons of water with a 1250 gpm pump. It is built by Pierce and has an Enforcer Chassis. It holds 5 personnel in the cab and is able to respond to fire alarms, structure fires, and mutual aid calls to other departments. It was built to assist our operations when large amounts of water are needed and if there is not sufficient hydrants in the area. This truck can also be utilized as a pumper if needed.
Medic 6 / QRV
Medic 6 is a 2001 F350 used primarily for medical calls as a Quick Response Vehicle.
Engine 7 is a 2008 pumper/tanker that holds 1000 gallons of water and pumps 1500gpm. This engine is our first out pumper from station 1 for structure fires. This apparatus contains a jet dump, forcible entry tools, air packs, and a collapsible drop tank.
Brush 8 is a 1989 F250 and housed at station 1. In 2018 it was equipped with a new water tank and pump that can be taken out and moved to another vehicle if needed in the future.
Brush 9 is a 2015 Ford F-550 4WD that responds to all outside fires. It has an assortment of tools including forestry hose, fire rakes, backpack leaf blower, and a chain saw. This truck also has a 300 gallon tank with a 250 gpm pumping capability.