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Engine 69 is a 1987 Pemfab/Grumman with a 1500GPM pump, 750 gallons of water and 20 gallons of class B foam. This truck is equipped for vehicle rescue with cribbing, a Hurst Combination cutter/spreader, 2 Kodiak rescue struts, a "port-a-power," air chisels and assorted bits, as well as other equipment used in vehicle rescue.

Engine 69-2 is a 1988 Hahn pumper tanker with a 1500 gallon per minute pump and a 1500 gallon tank. This truck is equipped for fire fighting which includes a ventilation saw, an abrasive cut off saw, a positive pressure fan, assorted nozzles and fittings and other essential fire fighting equipment. This truck also is equipped with a 2 cylinder cascade system used for refilling Airpacks(SCBAs) while on scene of an incident.

Tanker 69 is a 1987 Spartan/SPI pumper tanker with a 1250 gallon per minute pump and 2750 gallons of water, as well as a 3000 gallon fold up "porta pond." While this truck is primarily a tanker it can also be used as a primary attack piece, and it is equipped to do so.

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