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Apparatus

Statesboro Fire Department

Station # 1
24 West Grady St.
Built in 1979.

Statesboro Fire Department

Station # 2
1533 Fair Rd.

Hazardous Materials Equipment Trailer

This unit is used by firefighters to carry material and equipment needed at potential hazardous materials incidents.

Fire Engine – 502

Chassis: 2004 International.
Body: Pierce.
Pump: 1250 GPM Hale single stage.
Water tank: 1000 Gal. capacity.
Primary use: First responding apparatus in Station 2 coverage area of the city.

Fire Engine – 508

Chassis: 1991 GMC Topkick.
Body: American Fire apparatus.
Pump: 1000 GPM Hale single stage.
Water Tank: 1000 Gal Capacity.
Primary use: First responding apparatus in Station 2 coverage area of Bulloch County.

Fire Safety House and Severe Weather Theater

This unit consists of a 32’ trailer built by Mobile Concepts. Firefighters carry this unit to schools, fairs, daycares, and almost any public gathering to teach fire safety and severe weather safety tips to children and adults.

Fire Engine – Ladder II

Chassis: 1996 E-ONE Hurricane.
Body: E-ONE
Pump: 1250 GPM Hale single stage.
Arial: 100’ E-ONE Stratospear.
Water Tank: 500 Gal. capacity.
Primary use: Second apparatus on responses to multi-story buildings.

Fire Engine – 501

Chassis: 2001 International.
Body Manufacture: Pierce.
Pump: 1250 GPM waterous
Water tank: 1000 Gal. capacity.
Primary use: First responding apparatus in Station 1 coverage area of the city.

Fire Engine – 507

Chassis: 1987 GMC Topkick.
Body: Grumman.
Pump: 1000 GPM waterous dual stage.
Water Tank: 1000 Gal. Capacity.
Primary use: First responding apparatus in Station 1 coverage area of Bulloch County.

Fire Engine – Ladder I

Chassis: 1980 Ford L 8000.
Body: Pirsch.
Pump: 1000 GPM Hale dual stage.
Arial: 50’ Tele Squrt.
Water Tank: 500 Gal. Capacity.
Primary use: Second apparatus on response to multi-story buildings.

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