Farmersville Fire Department

Farmersville Fire Department Apparatus

Current
 

Engine 35-1

  Pierce Dash
  2001

500HP Detroit Engine

1,750 GPM Hale top mount pump

1,000 Gallon booster tank

1,500 ft 5\" LDH

8 man cab

1 500’ Cord Reel

1 100’ Cord Reel

1 Tri-Pod Light

1 RIT Pack

1 Cutters Edge Chainsaw

1 Holmatro Combi Tool

1 K12 Rotary Saw

1 Bolt Cutter

1 H-Bar

1 Crowbar

1 3’ Pry Bar

1 H-Bar Hook

1 Lock-out Kit

1 CO/2 Extinguisher

1 ABC 10# Extinguisher

1 ABC 20# Extinguisher

1 Water Can

1 Low Level Strainer, 

1 Tote of Stay Dry & Trash Bags. 

1 Tool Box

1 Can of Traffic Flares

1 Airbox (Tire Fill and Water Rescue)

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Tanker 35

  Pierce Arrow XT
  2009

16” raised roof pumper/tanker

DDC Series 60 engine

2000 GPM Hale pump

3000 Gallon Booster Tank

Whelen Light package


1 Toolbox,

1 Portable Pump,

1 Collapsible Cone,

4 Stay Pins

3 Ropes

7 Tarps

1 6’ New York Hook

1 Drywall Hook,

1 H-Bar & Axe Marriage,

1 A-tool,

1 Brush Hook,

1 BFT

1 20 Ton Jack,

2 Tarps,

8 4x4 Chocks,

2 Step Chocks

4 3” x 50’ Supply Line,

1 Hydrant Assist Valve

1 6” Floating Strainer,

1 Low Level Strainer

1 Little Giant Ladder,

1 400ft Rope Bag

1 RIT Bag

1 CO2 Extinguisher,

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Squad/QRS 35

  Freightliner
  2004

Medtec Ambulance box dual use as Squad 351 and QRS 35

The Farmersville Quick Response Service was started in 1995 with the purpose to provide the community with a Quick response prior to the arrival of ALS and transporting BLS EMS units.

The QRS service will assist in these ways:

• Treat the signs and symptoms of the patient and provide basic life support (CPR & AED) if needed.

• Give incoming EMS units more detailed information about the patient condition and location of incident.

• Prepare the patient for transport

• Help EMS personnel load the patient for transport.

Equipment on this unit:


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Retired
 

Retired company 35 Apparatus

 
 
The first truck that Farmersville Fire Company had was a 1933 Chevy Chemical, converted to a 300 GPM pumper. The next truck was a 1948 Ford Darley 500 G.P.M pump. The rest of the trucks were purchased in this order: • 1960 GMC/Howe 750 G.P.M. engine • 1968 GMC tanker with 1,500 gallon tank • 1983 Ford Pierce 1,000 G.P.M engine • 1990 Pierce Lance Tanker • 475 H.P. 8v92 Detroit • 1,750 G.P.M. pump • 3,000 Gal. Tank • 3,000 Gal. Portable Tank • 6 Man Cab • 1984 Ford E350 ambulance (purchased in 1993 and was modified for a squad)

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