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Engine 1

Engine 1
2006 Smeal Pumper
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Engine 1 is a 2006 Smeal custom pumper on a Spartan MetroStar chassis. Engine 1 carries 500 gallons of water, three 1.75" pre-connected hoselines, two 2.5" pre-connected hoselines and 800 feet of five-inch supply hose. The rig also carries a full set of rescue tools and emergency medical equipment. Equipped with seating for six, Engine 1 is normally staffed with 2 or 3 personnel -- a company officer, an engineer and one firefighter.

Engine 2

Engine 2, a 2010 Smeal custom pumper on a Spartan Gladiator chassis, is the newest piece in the Maumelle Fire Department fleet. Engine 1 carries 500 gallons of water, three 1.75" pre-connected hoselines, one 2.5" pre-connected hoseline and 800 feet of five-inch supply hose. The rig also carries a full set of rescue tools and emergency medical equipment. Equipped with seating for six, Engine 2 is normally staffed with 2 or 3 personnel -- a company officer, an engineer and one firefighter.

Engine 2
2010 Smeal Pumper
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Truck 1

Truck 1
1990 LTI 75' Quint
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Truck 1's most notable features are its 75' aerial ladder and its additional supply of ground ladders. Truck 1 carries a small amount of water and is equipped with three 1.75" pre-connected hand lines, a 2.5" attack line and 5" supply hose. Truck 1 was historically operated by volunteer firefighters on an as-needed basis. However, on September 6, 2014, the department began staffing Truck 1 with a driver-only around the clock.

Engine 3

Engine 3 is a 1996 Pierce Quantum pumper and serves as the department's reserve engine. It carries 1,000 gallons of water and is equipped with two 1.75" crosslay hand lines, a 2.5" attack line and 5" supply hose. Equipped with seating for six firefighters, Engine 3 is housed at Fire Station 1 and is ready to fill-in should either of the front-line engines be taken our of service.

Engine 3
1996 Pierce Quantum Pumper
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Brush 1

Brush 1
2002 Ford F-350
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Brush 1 carries 200 gallons of water and 20 gallons of Class A foam. It features four pre-connected hose lines -- three 1" forestry lines and 100' of 1.75" hose. The truck has four-wheel drive for service off-road and it carries a variety of hand tools & equipment used in fighting wildfires. Brush 1 is also equipped with four SCBA packs, spare SCBA bottles, basic medical supplies and can tow the Mobile Air Unit, allowing the vehicle to be used in a variety of situations other than fighting brush fires. Brush 1 is operated by volunteer firefighters or cross-staffed by career personnel when needed.

Mobile Air Unit

2004 Scott Liberty II mobile light & air trailer. The Mobile Air Unit is equipped to provide lighting and a practically endless supply of breathing air on the scene of extended incidents. The trailer is equipped with four large air storage cylinders, a 7.2kW generator and a telescoping light tower with four 500 watt lights. This unit was funded through the federal FIRE Act grant program.

Mobile Air Unit
Scott Mobile Air Unit
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Car 4

501
Ford Crown Victoria
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Ford Crown Victoria. It was purchased as surplus from the Missouri Highway Patrol at a considerable savings to the citizens of Maumelle and used by the Chief of the Department for several years. It continues to be used as a staff vehicle to conduct department business and transport personnel to classes or meetings.

Car 5

501
2001 Chevrolet Impala
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2001 Chrevrolet Impala. This unit previously served as the fire chief's car. It was replaced in Spring 2008 with a Ford Crown Victoria purchased as surplus from the Missouri Highway Patrol. The Impala serves as a spare staff car and be used to transport firefighters to training and other department-related activites.

  
  

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