The Fleet

Truck 45  



Truck 45 is a 1972 75ft Mack Tower Ladder, former FDNY Ladder 157. The truck was purchases in 1982 and refurbished before being placed in service. Truck 45 was refurbished again in 1996 adding a 1994 cab, new motor, automatic transmission, a new paint job, and other minor additions. Since the refurb it now seats 6 firefighters. Truck 45 responds to in district incidents as well as mutual aid to Springdale, Glenbrook, Turn of River, and when special called to Stamford Fire Rescue.



Rescue 44  



Rescue 44 is a 1994 Marion rescue built on an International cab & chassis and has a 18 kilowatt PTO generator. The rescue seats up to 6 and responds to in district incidents as well as mutual aid to Springdale and Glenbrook. At times the rescue responds to other districts as needed.



Engine 41  



Engine 41 is 2003 Smeal Pumper, built on a Spartan cab & chassis. Engine 41 has a 500 gallon tank, 1250 GPM pump, 6 full seats, 8 kilowatt generator, and a hydraulic ladder rack. Engine 41 is equipped with a wide variety of tools ranging from saws, forcible entry equipment, EMS supplies, and a holmatro combi tool. The engine carries 1000ft of 5 inch supply line, as well as multiple pre-connected attack lines. The engine was delivered in May of 2003.



Old Engine 41  



Now no longer with us, Old Engine 41 is a Mack Pumper with a removable top and served as our 2nd due engine from 1969 To 1976. Upon arrival of Engine 43, old Engine 41 became our 3rd due engine. Upon arrival of Engine 42, Engine 43 became our 2 nd due engine until 2002. Old Engine 41 has a 750 GPM waterous pump, 500 gallon steel booster tank.



Engine 42  



Engine 42 is a 1986 Mack waterous single stage pumper. Engine 42 has a 750 gallon tank, 1250 GPM pump, 1000 ft of 5 inch supply line as well as multiple pre-connected attack lines. Engine 42 served as our 1st due engine from 1986 until our new Engine 41 was put in service in 2003. Engine 42 is now our second due Engine.



Engine 43  



Now no longer with us, Engine 43 served as our 1st due engine from 1976 To 1986. Upon arrival of Engine 42, Engine 43 became our 2nd due engine until the purchase of new Engine 41. Engine 43 is a 1976 Mack MB pumper, 500 gallon tank, 1000 GPM single stage waterous pump, with a 30 gallon Foam Tank. Engine 43 was our 1st engine to have a pre-connected attack lines.



Engine 433  



Old Engine 43, now known as Engine 433 is our Antique Engine. Engine 433 is used for Musters, Parades, and fire truck rides at our Block Parties. This engine is a 1949 Mack L-95 pumper. Engine 433 is equipped with a 1000 GPM pump, 300 gallon Booster Tank, and a small in-line 50 gallon roam tank.



Unit 40  



Unit 40 is a 2005 Ford F-250 XL and was placed into service in June 2005 as a support vehicle, and to be used to bring members to and from the Connecticut Fire Academy in Windsor Locks Connecticut. In the winter months Unit 40 responds during snow storms to medical calls in district to plow long driveways, so that EMS personnel may enter with the ambulance.