Waterbury Vermont Volunteer Fire Department
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Waterbury Fire Department Apparatus


  Engine 1
A backup attack pumper, housed at the Main Street station. It has a 1500 GPM pump, 750 gallon on board water tank, and seats 5 firefighters.
Engine 2
The primary attack pumper out of the Main Street station. It is a 2010 E-One Typhoon, with a Hale 1500 GPM pump, 750 gallon tank, and seats 6 firefighters.
 
  Engine 3
The primary attack pumper out of the Maple Street station. It has a 1500 GPM pump, 750 gallon on board water tank, and seats 5 firefighters.
Engine 4
A 4x4 pumper out of the Maple Street station. It has a 500 GPM pump and seats 5 firefighters.
 
  Rescue 1
 The departments heavy rescue, out of the Main Street station. It seats two firefighters and responds first due to all motor vehicle accidents.
Engine 11
The command vehicle for the department. It holds up to five firefighters along with miscellaneous tools and gear.
 
  Engine 12
A 4x4 brush truck that is first due to all grass and forest fires. It has an on-board water tank and pump, hand tools, chainsaw, and indian paks.
Tower 1
A 95' mid-mount tower ladder truck, can carry up to 10 firefighters, and carries multiple ground ladders, rope equipment, hand tools and ventilation equipment.
 
  Tanker 1
An 1800 gallon tank truck, with capacity for two firefighters, hand tools and a portable pump.
Tanker 2
An 1800 gallon tank truck, with capacity for two firefighters, hand tools and a portable pump.