Station 1  

R21C2-1

C2-1 is a 2006 Ford Explorer. It serves as
a Chief's vehicle and responds to all
scenes that the Chief responds too. 

 


 

Truck 4TRK2-4

Truck 2-4 was received from Ohio Division
of Forestry's Federal Excess Personal
Property program. This vehicle has
undergone many hours worth of work, by
our members, to be put into service. The
box on the back was added and the vehicle
was painted by members of the department.

 -Mobile Cascade System (to fill air
   bottles on scene)
-Various Hazardous Material 
   Response items
-Lighting 
-Spare bottle and airpacks
-Rehab Equipment 


 

E2-5 at bay 2E2-5

Engine 2-5 is 2006 model Smeal on a Spartan
gladiator chassis. The truck is nicknamed
"Brutus" in honor of the Ohio State University
mascot, and the size of the engine. It is the
first due truck from Station 1 for all fires,
water responses, and low angle rescues.

-400hp Cummings Diesle engine
-2000gpm Waterous Pump
-1000 gallon water tank
-2 1-3/4" preconnect cross lays
-1 2-1/2" rear preconnect
-1000' of 5" supply line


 

E2-6

Reserve Engine 6

Engine 2-6 is a 1989 model E-One built on a
Ford chassis. This vehicle was purchased 
brand
new, and served for 18 years as a front line
engine for Fayette Township. In 2007, this truck
truck was repl

aced by Engine 2-5. The discission
was made to keep 
Engine 2-6 as a reserve truck,
due to the excellent 
shape the truck was still in.
It now serves as a 
spare engine, for when another
truck is out of service, or if staffing allows for a
3rd engine from Station 1. Any 
needed quipment
is then placed onto the truck 
and it is put into
service.

-1250gpm Hale Pump
-1000 gallon water tank


 

E2-7

Engine 7Engine 2-7 is a 1995 Pierce Dash Custom Pumper.
It was purchased as a pair with Engine 7-1 by the
Fayette Township Trustees. It was purchased in
response to the rapid growth of the southern part
of the township. E2-7 was first due for all fire calls
with in Station 1's area, until the purchase of E2-5.
It was speced as a "Rescue Engine" to respond to
commercial fires as well as aircraft fires and
crashes. E2-7 is now first out from Station 1 for all
motor vehicle accidents. E2-7 was given a license
plate that reads, "No Rest for the Wicked" after 
responding to nine working structure fires in three
days in February of 1996.

-2000gpm Hale pump
-750 gallon water tank
-40 gallon Class B foam tank
-2 1-3/4" preconnect cross lays
-1 2-1/2" preconnect cross lay
-1 2-1/2" rear preconnect
-1000' of 5" supply line
-Jaws of Life


 

R2-8

2006 Ford ExpeditionR28

 

 


 

Station 2

  

E7-1

E71Station21Engine 7-1 is a 1995 Pierce International.
It was purchased as a pair with Engine 2-7
by the Fayette Township Trustees. This was
the first new truck ever purchased for the, then,
Fayette #2 Fire Department. Engine 7-1 is the
first due truck from Station 2 for all fires.

-1250gpm Hale pump
-1000 gallon water tank
-2 1-3/4" preconnect cross lays
-1 2-1/2" rear preconnect
-3" supply Line


 

T7-3

Tanker 3Tanker 7-3 is a 1995 GMC Top Kick. Its
purpose is to
provide water in the areas
of the township that have no hydrants.

-2000gal Tank

 

 


 

E9

Engine 92Engine 9 is a 2010 Alexis on a Chevy 
chassis. It was purchased to replace 
Rescue 2-8. E9 was designed to be 
small, so we could have better response 
to the smaller, rural roads in the township. 
It is also set up as a light rescue, and first 
out from Station 2 on all motor vehicle 
accidents. It was the first truck purchased 
after the merger of the two stations, 
therefore it is the first truck to not bare the 
2 or 7 before its truck designation.

-750gpm pump
-300 gallon water tank
-30 gallon foam tank
-2 1-3/4" preconnect crosslays