|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.
Utility 6 / QRV
Utility 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 easily be taken out and moved to another vehicle if needed.
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.