Old Village Fire Company
1340 Highway 35
Station 11 houses two Class A pumpers and one Support Unit. Engine 211 is the assigned as the first due engine, while Engine 210 assumes second due responsibilities. Support Unit 213 serves as a utility vehicle for the Company and a rehab/support unit for the Department when called into service.
Engine 211 (71-2-76)
Engine 211 is a 1999 Saulsbury on a Spartan chassis. It is outfitted with a 2000 gallon per minute Hale QMax fire pump and carries 750 gallons of water in its booster tank. Engine 211 has a six man cab, carrying the chauffer, officer and four firefighters. The engine is also outfitted with a hydraulic generator that powers Holmatro extrication tools. Engine 211 is assigned to the Department Large Diameter Hose Strike Team.
Engine 210 (71-2-75)
Engine 210 is a 1990 Pemfab/S&S. It is outfitted with a 2000 gallon per minute Darley N2000 fire pump and carries 750 gallons of water in its booster tank. Engine 210 has a ten man cab, carrying the chauffer, officer and eight firefighters.
Support Unit 213 (71-2-86)
SU-213 is a 1986 Ford Ambulance that was converted to serve in support of large incidents. The unit's primary responsibility is to provide rehabilitation for First Responders. The unit carries bottled water, Gatorade, coffee, tea and other non-perishable foods.
Old Village Fire Company is an IRS-designated 501(c)3 non-profit
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