On Wednesday, March 25, at 7:00 pm we opened our bay doors and turned on the lights on our trucks as a sign of strength and hope for all, along with departments across the country. This is just a small sign of strength and hope for all who work daily in EMS, Fire and Law enforcement to be ready. To give strength for those working around the clock to provide care. To those who strive to find the right medicine to help. For the ones in the food/grocery industry working around the clock to feed us and to those many miles on the road trucking daily to keep us going.
There are leaders, and then there’s everyone else. At Minocqua Fire & Rescue, the secret to our success, since 1894, is the people. Our members are dedicated to protecting our community. Constant training, and the pride that goes along with being in the fire service is why we do it.
Truck 19 Custom Fab and body built on a 2009 Kenworth chassis. 2,000 gallon water tank, Hale 500 gpm pump with Class A foam. Left/Right and rear discharges for emptying tank.
Truck 18 — 2004 Pierce Contender Series. 6 seat custom cab with 5 SCBA seats. 1,000 gallons of water and a 1250 gallon per minute Waterous top mount pump. Class A and compressed air foam.
E-2 Rescue Pumper
Truck 20 — 2014 US Tanker built custom rescue pumper on a Spartan chassis. 6 seat cab with 5 SCBA seats. Hale, QFLO plus 1250 gpm pump and 1,000 gallon water tank. Class A & B foam, fully integrated T-N-T hydraulic rescue extrication tools and light tower.
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