Waubeka Fire Department

Equipment

Rescue 251

Rescue 251

Rescue 251 is our ambulance. It is a 2006 Ford E450 Superduty Ultramedic and carries our emergency medical equipment. This vehicle responds to all emergency medical calls and most fire situations. It is used as the primary transport ambulance for the town of Fredonia. It has all the essential equipment to handle any type of emergency from car accidents and cardiac emergencies to bumps and bruises. The personnel that ride in this vehicle are certified by the state of Wisconsin as Intermediate Technicians and are trained in all aspects of emergency treatment including administration of IV medicines, CPR, the use of an Automated External Defibrillator(AED) and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Patient care and comfort are our top priority. This vehicle replaces our old 1993 Ford E350. Not only is it bigger, the ride is much more comfortable.

Engine 263

Engine 263

Engine 263 is a 1989 Pierce Lance. It carries six firefighters and pumps up to 1,500 gallons of water per minute. It also holds 3,000 gallons of water and 1,200 feet of 5 inch large diameter hose which is used to supply the vehicle with water. There is 1,800 feet of numerous other hoses ranging in diameters of 1 inch to 3 inch. The longest ladder on this engine is a 24 foot extension ladder. On the top of the vehicle is a portable deluge. Mainly used as a master stream on large fires. Inside the passenger compartment are 5 Self Contained Breathing Apparatus(SCBA). These are the air tanks and mask the firefighters wear. There is an additional 5 SCBAs onboard with 7 additional air tanks. Extra equipment includes: 1-6,000 watt generator, axes, and vent saw. This vehicle is dispatched for all fires, automatic and mutual aid to other communities.

Fire/Rescue Command Vehicle

Command Vehicle

This is a 1993 Ford F350 turbo diesel equipped with firefighting and emergency medical supplies. It is dispatched for all calls and is used as a backup resue squad when our ambulance is in use. For fires, this vehicle is the command post but can also be used to help with the firefighting operations. It carries 2 firefighters, 200 gallons of water and 800 feet of 1", 1 3/4" and 3" hose. As a resue squad, it is equipped with the "Jaws of Life", a full trauma kit, an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and numerous other first aid supplies.

Engine 262

Engine 262

Engine 262 is a 1994 Pierce Dash. It carries six firefighters and pumps up to 1,750 gallons of water per minute. It also holds 1,000 gallons of water and 1,400 feet of 5 inch large diameter hose which is used to supply the vehicle with water. There is 1,250 feet of numerous other hoses ranging in diameters of 1 inch to 3 inch. The longest ladder on this engine is a 35 foot extension ladder. On the top of the vehicle is a portable deluge. Mainly used as a master stream on large fires. Inside the passenger compartment are 5 Self Contained Breathing Apparatus(SCBA). These are the air tanks and mask the firefighters wear. There is an additional 2 SCBAs onboard with 7 additional air tanks. Extra equipment includes: 1-5,000 watt generator, axes, and chain saw. This vehicle is dispatched for all fires, automatic and mutual aid to other communities.

Tanker 267

Tanker 267

Tanker 267 is a 1985 Volvo/White AutoCar water transport vehicle. It was refurbished in 2001. Its main purpose is to deliver water to the fire scene. It carries 3,000 gallons of water, two 3,000 gallon portable tanks and 400 feet of 5 inch large diameter hose. It can fill a portable tank from the driver side, passenger side or rear of the vehicle. This Tanker is dispatched for all fires, automatic and mutual aid to other communities.

Personnel Carrier 256

Personnel Carrier

This vehicle is a 1999 Ford E350 XL Super Duty van. Its main purpose is to transport personnel to fires, water rescues, Rapid Intervention Team(RIT), schools and fire inspections. It can carry up to eight people plus additional equipment. It is equipped with a 1,000 watt gas powered generator. In the winter this vehicle is fitted with a snowmobile and sled in the event of an accident.