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Apparatus

The Orange City Fire Department is proud to deliver emergency services to the community using a relatively new fleet of Seagrave fire engines, a new Seagrave fire truck, Suburban command vehicle and International rescue ambulances.  Please scroll down to view representative vehicles protecting our city:

Each fire station in the city houses a fire engine, for a total of eight front-line fire engines.

 

Station #8, located in the northeast area of the City, houses a quintuple combination pumper equipped with a 75' aerial ladder and pre-plumbed waterway.  A "quint" contains five components that defines it: a fire pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial device, and ground ladders.



This new tillered ladder truck responds out of Station #1, featuring a 100' aerial ladder with a pre-plumbed waterway.



The battalion chief responds in this 4x4 Suburban converted into a command vehicle.  It is equipped with various features that facilitate the command functions required for a wide variety of emergency incidents.




There are three rescue ambulances staffed at any given time in the city, responding out of Station #'s 3, 4, and 5.  These "R/A's" provide a high profile for the safety of firefighters and the patien and a large treatment area in the rear for efficient patient treatment.




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