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The Unofficial Website Of the North Little Rock, AR
FIRE DEPARTMENT
1904- 2004: 100 Years of Protection and Service To The City

 

Master Listing Of All Active Apparatus
of The North Little Rock Fire Department

APPARATUS TYPE

Current Assignment And Location
Click on each
description Below For photo.
Manufacturer Year Acquired
By NLRFD
Year of Manufacture
DETAILS
PUMPERS (LISTED BY DATE ACQUIRED)
Pumper Pierce June, 2002
(Pur. New)
2001 1250 GPM Pump; 1000 Tank; Trash Line on front
Pumper Pierce April, 2002
(Pur. New)
2001 1250 GPM Pump; 1000 Tank; Trash Line on front
Pumper E-One April, 1999
(Pur. New-
Demo Unit)
1996 1250 GPM Pump; 1000 Gallon Tank; Top mount pump and ladder rack.
Raised roof.
Pumper E-One/Spartan December, 1998 1998 1250 GPM Pump; 1000 Gallon Tank; Top mount pump and ladder rack.
Pumper Smeal/ Freightliner December, 1996 1996 1250 GPM Pump; 750 Gallon Tank; Top mount pump and ladder rack.
Pumper E-One February, 1995 1995 1250 GPM Pump; 750 Gallon Tank; Top mount ladder rack.
Pumper E-One February, 1995 1995 1250 GPM Pump; 750 Gallon Tank; Top mount ladder rack.
Pumper Pierce May, 1992 1992 1250 GPM Pump; 500 Gallon Tank
Pumper Pierce August, 1987 1987 1250 GPM Pump; 500 Gallon Tank
STANDBY (RESERVE) PUMPERS
Pumper Seagrave 1985 1985 1250 GPM Pump; 500 Gallon Tank; Second Out Reserve Pumper
Pumper American La France June, 1982
(Pur New)
1981 1500 GPM Pump; First Out Reserve Pumper
Pumper International/
American La France
June, 1976 1976 Only vehicle left in the NLRFD in which there is NOT room for all fire fighters to ride seated in safety.
PARADE PUMPER
Parade Pumper American La France 1959 1959 Parade Truck
RESCUE APPARATUS
HEAVY DUTY RESCUE PUMPER
Heavy Rescue/
Pumper
International/
Ferrara
November, 2003 2003 1000 GPM Pump;300 Gallon Tank. 100' 1 3/4
"Trash Line" on each side; 1200 Feet of 3"
Supply Hose; 400 Feet of 1 3/4" attack hose (in
addition to trash lines) . Cascade System on board.
All needed rescue equipment on board. Hurst Tool
carried on this vehicle. Defilibrator is on board.
Ground ladders and pike poles.
HEAVY DUTY RESCUE
Heavy Rescue E-One/Freightliner November, 2001 2001 On Board Cascade System.
All needed Equipment for any emergency. Carries Defilibrator
LIGHT DUTY RESCUE APPARATUS
Mini Pumper/ Rescue Central/ Ford August, 1992 Dec,1991 Pump runs on Separate 2 cycle engine.
Carries Hurst Tool; Capability to pull
boat housed at Station 4 Crewed by Eng. 4
Rescue Ford /Taylor
(Taylor Ambulance of Newport, AR)
1990 1990 Light Duty Rescue carries jaws of life, etc
for serious accidents in the eastern most
part of NLR. Crewed by Engine 10.
Rescue -
Light Duty
Chevrolet 1977 1977 Rescue truck with jaws of life, etc. for accidents in extreme western part of city. Also has boat and trailer for river rescues. Driven by firefighter from Engine 4.
AERIAL APPARATUS
Aerial Platform/ Quint Pierce July, 2002 2002 2000 GPM Pump; 100' Aerial Platform, 300 Gallon Booster Tank, 1000' of 5 1/2" Hose
Aerial Truck American La France August, 1982
(Pur. New)
1981 100' Rear Mount Aerial Ladder
with full compliment of ground
ladders, power tools and other
special equipment.
STANDBY (RESERVE) AERIAL APPARATUS
Elevating
Platform
American La France May, 1975 1975 85' Snorkle with full compliment
of ground ladders, power tools
and other special equipment.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS APPARATUS
Haz Mat Van Unit 938 At Station 2 GMC 2003
(Former NLR Maint. Dept Van)
1988 Apparatus is specially fitted with all
materials and equipment needed for any
hazmat incident in the city. This apparatus
and its accompanying trailer compromise
the haz-mat unit. It is manned by Engine 2.
AVIATION EMERGENCY APPARATUS
Crash Truck International 1992
(From L.R.F.D.)
1976 Stationed at NLR Airport
MARINE RESCUE APPARATUS
Rescue Boat       Stationed at North Access to The Arkansas River
Rescue Boat Boat at Station 4       Stationed at NLR Fire Station 4
(Boat shown with former Rescue 18 attached.)

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