1E1 contains a large variety of fire and rescue equipment. We were very fortunate to receive a federal grant in which we obtained a large quantity of rescue tools which we incorporated on this truck. This truck was designed with an eight man cab and enclosed pump panel to protect it from the environment. The pictures below give you a view of what is kept on this truck and its uses from front to the back.
A look into the back of 1E1
The rear inside contains six seats and four air packs
A view of the driver and officer area
We keep 150 feet of 1 3/4 hose line in the front bumper for quick attacks on fires
This is the drivers side cab compartment which contains tools for hooking up a fire hydrant and a place for gear storage.
This is the driver side pump panel where all hoses are operated from and some are stored.
This driver side compartment store hose accessories, tools, and extra air packs.
EMS equipment is stored in this driver side compartment for all EMS related incidents.
Multiple tools, lights, extra air bottles, and a speedy dry dispenser are located in tis rear driver side compartment.
In this rear compartment we have two 200 foot hydraulic lines that can operate each of these three sets of the jaws of life.
Extrication equipment including cribbing, rams, and an air cart are located in this compartment.
Air tools, FAST equipment, high rise hose packages, and other rescue equipment are found in this passenger side compartment.
Ventilation fans, power saws, and fire hydrant equipment are found in this compartment.
The other side of our enclosed pump panel includes hoses and connections for other hoses.