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Apparatus

Ambulance 851

Ambulance 851 is a 2014 Ford/Braun Ambulance and serves as a rescue squad for emergency medical calls. Ambulance 851 like Ambulance 852 carrys all the equipment needed to provided treatment and transport for people. Ambulance 851 was put in service in January 30, 2015 and cost $163,848.

Ambulance 852

Ambulance 852 is a 2014 Ford/Braun Ambulance. It is the twin sister to Ambulance 851 and responds to emergency medical calls. Ambulance 852 carrys all the needed equipment to provided treatment for people on the scene and on the way to the hospital. Ambulance 852 was put in service in February 3, 2015 and cost $163,848.

Utility 857

Utility 854

855 is a 2015 Ford F250 4x4 Crew Cab pickup. This vehicle is used for responding to fire and EMS calls with additional personnel as well as providing transportation to and from school/trainings events and fire inspections. Utility 854 was placed in service on Monday, January 12, 2015 and is the first Grafton Fire Department unit to be painted red since the 1970's.

Chief 870

Chief 870 is a 2015 Chevy Tahoe and went into service in Spring 2015. This unit is assigned to the Fire Chief.

Chief 871

Chief 871 went into service in Summer 2015 and is assigned to the Division Chief.

Truck 860

Engine 863

863 is a 2000 Pierce Lance is the attack engine for all of the department's fire calls except car fires and car accidents. 863 has a 1,000 gallon tank and is able to pump 1,500 gpm. 863 has a fold down ladder rack and a hydraulic generator.

Engine 864

864 is a Pierce Velocity that is the first engine out of the station for any fire call that deals with cars. 864 carrys the jaws of life and other equipment that is needed on the scene of a car accident. 864 has a 750 gallon water tank, 1,500 gpm waterous pump, and 30 gallons of AFFF foam.

Engine 865

Tender 866

866 is a water supply tender with a 750 gpm pump and 3,000 gallons of water. 866 carries a 3,000 portable tank. 866 is primarily used to shuttle water to locations where water is not readily available.