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Unit #

Type

Year

Make & Model

Current Assignment

Unit History and Past Assignments

5-22-1

Class A Engine

2014

Pierce Impel

Company Two

Purchased new by the Ridge Fire District and originally assigned to   Company Two

Unit Capabilities and Details: This is a state of the art engine with a single stage   pump and 750 gallons of water on board and is capable of drafting water in   non-hydrant areas.  The truck is   equipped with 1,000’ of 5” supply lines in addition to attack lines.  The truck has a seating capacity of 7   including the driver and officer.

 

 

Additional Information: On board equipment includes thermal   imaging camera, self-contained breathing apparatus, saws, hand lights

 

Note:  5-22-1 and 5-22-3 are   twins purchased at the same time.

 

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Historical Photos (prior   configurations and paint schemes):

 

 

 

Unit #

Type

Year

Make & Model

Current Assignment

Unit History and Past Assignments

5-22-2

Pumper

1952

Ford

Parade Only

This was the first fire truck purchased new by the Ridge Fire   District in 1952

Unit Capabilities and Details: 500 GPM front mounted pump and 500 gallons of on board   water.  This truck is capable of   drafting as back in the 50’s drafting was essential.  Gear was carried on the sides of the truck   and firefighters would go directly to the scene of the fire and “gear up”   when the driver brought the truck to the scene.

 

 

 

Additional Information:

This truck was renovated and repainted several times over the years.   The latest renovation took place in the early 2000’s

 

 

 

Photos:

   
       
       
       
       

 

 

 

Historical Photos:

 

 

 

Unit #

Type

Year

Make & Model

Current Assignment

Unit History and Past Assignments

5-22-3

Class A Engine

2014

Pierce Impel

Company Three

Purchased new by the Ridge Fire District and originally assigned to   Company Three

Unit Capabilities and Details: This is a state of the art engine with a single stage   pump and 750 gallons of water on board and is capable of drafting water in   non-hydrant areas.  The truck is   equipped with 1,000’ of 5” supply lines in addition to attack lines.  The truck has a seating capacity of 7   including the driver and officer.

 

Additional Information:

On board equipment includes thermal imaging camera, self-contained   breathing apparatus, saws, hand lights

 

Note:  5-22-1 and 5-22-3 are   twins purchased at the same time.

 

Photos:

 

 

 

 

Historical Photos (prior configurations and paint schemes):