Apparatus
Engine 13
Engine 13
2008 Pierce Contender
Engine 13 features a custom cab with seating for 4, a 1500 GPM single stage pump, a 1000 gallon water tank and a PTO generator with onboard cord reels. Engine 13 has a full compliment of firefighting and hazard mitigation equipment including including attack and supply hose, hand tools, ladders, lights, fan, saws, HazMat supplies, RIT bag, and search and rescue equipment and salvage covers. It also features a rear dump chute to allow it to offload water as a tanker during rural water operations.  Engine 13 responds 1st out to all fire incidents in the district and 1st out to all mutual aid fire calls in municipal water supply areas. Engine 13 is housed at Station 1.
Squad 13
Squad 13
2004 Pierce Arrow XT
Coming soon! Squad 13 will arrive in late 2022 and is a Rescue Engine featuring a custom cab with seating for 6, a 1250 GPM two stage pump, a 1000 gallon water tank and a PTO generator with onboard cord reels. Squad 13 will carry a full compliment of firefighting equipment including attack and supply hose, hand tools, ladders, lights, fan, saws, HazMat supplies, RIT bag, search and rescue equipment and salvage covers. In addition, this unit will carry hydraulic extrication tools, stabilization struts, cribbing, rescue rope and rope system hardware, jacks, chains and more. Squad 13 will respond first out to all in district vehicle accidents and 2nd out in district for all technical rescue calls. Squad 13 will also respond 2nd out to fire calls in the town limits of Boonville and where municipal water is available in the district. Squad 13 will be house at Station 1.
Truck 13
Truck 13
1999 Pierce Dash
Truck 13, better known as 13 Truck features a custom cab with seating for 6, a 105′ , 3-section steel ladder with a waterway and remote nozzle capable of flowing water up to 1000 GPM, and a PTO generator with multiple onboard cord reels.  Truck 13 is what many firefighters refer to as a “true truck” because it does not have a fire pump or water tank.  This is a common, preferred design for ladder trucks because it allows for much more storage space for equipment.  Water and pumping operations to flow water from the ladder are supported from an engine company which always accompanies the ladder truck on any fire scene.  The primary duties of Truck 13 is to perform search & rescue, ventilation, ground ladder placement, salvage and overhaul on fire scenes as well as to perform general rescues on vehicle accidents and technical rescue calls.  Truck 13 has the largest equipment inventory of any apparatus in the department including ground ladders, multiple saws, fans, scene lights, electrical reels, hand tools, tarps, RIT equipment, E-draulic rescue tools, rescue struts, rescue rope, high & low angle rope rescue equipment, a cutting torch, an air chisel, jacks, pickets, cribbing and several other hand and power tools for incidents such as vehicle accidents, rope rescues and water rescues.  Truck 13 responds 3rd out in town and in rural areas of the district to all reported fires and responds 2nd to all vehicle accidents in the district.  It also responds 2nd out to mutual aid fires and 1st out for mutual aid rescues and vehicle accidents. 13 Truck is housed at Station 1.
Tanker 13
Tanker 13
2011 4 Guys Kenworth
Tanker 13 has a 1250 GMP single stage pump and a 2500 gallon water tank.  Tanker 13 has a full compliment of firefighting equipment including a “drop tank” and rear dump chute to allow it to function as an engine and/or a tanker.  Tanker 13 responds 2nd out on fire incidents in rural areas of our district and first out on all mutual aid fire incidents in rural areas. Tanker 13 is housed at Station 1.
Rescue 13
Rescue 13
2005 GMC
Rescue 13 is a light duty rescue and medical Quick Response Vehicle “QRV”.  It has a large complement of medical equipment for Basic Life Support.  It also carries extra firefighting hand tools, HazMat spill equipment and additional rescue equipment including water rescue gear. Rescue 13 also has a 3 Kw generator and extra scene lighting. Rescue 13 is housed at Station 1.
Brush 13
Brush 13
2003 Ford F-450
Brush 13 is equipped with a 250 GPM pump and a 300 gallon water tank along with a front remote nozzle that can be operated from within the cab of the truck.  Brush 13 also has 1 booster reel and several hundred feet of preconnected forestry hose plus hundreds of feet of spare forestry hose. Brush 13 also carries equipment for wildland firefighting including various wildland hand tools, a saw, leaf blower and PRO/pak foam unit. Brush 13 is housed at Station 1.
Engine 1302
Engine 1302
2010 Rosenbauer International
Engine 1302 has a 1500 GPM single stage pump and a 1000 gallon water tank.  1302 carries a full compliment of firefighting equipment along with a hydraulic rescue “combi” tool for vehicle extrication as well as cribbing and other basic extrication tools.  1302 will soon be housed at Station 2 upon the arrival and in service status of Squad 13. At the moment, Engine 1302 responds 2nd out for fire incidents in the Town of Boonville and 1st out on all vehicle accidents in the district.  1302 also responds 1st out on mutual aid fires in surrounding municipal areas where municipal water supply is available. 1302 is currently housed at Station 1.
Tanker 1301
Tanker 1301
1999 E-One GMC C8500
Tanker 1301 has a 1000 GPM single stage pump and a 1500 gallon water tank.  1301 serves primarily as an Engine Company but also as a tanker and a water point truck which is used to obtain water from rural water sources such as ponds and creeks.  1301 has a full compliment of firefighting equipment plus specialized rural water supply appliances along with a “drop tank” and rear dump tube. 1301 is housed at Station 2.
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