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

North Little Rock Fire Station #10
8800 Highway 70 East - North Little Rock, AR

All Photos on this Webpage by Lee Clark
Station 10: Home of Engine 10 (right), Rescue 16 (left) and Standby Engine 102 (Pictured Below)
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Right side view of Engine 10 - 2001 Pierce Contender 1250 GPM Pumper - Arrived new in June, 2002.

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Left side view of Engine 10 - a Daytona Speedway Demo- Pumper. Engine 10 has a 1000 gallon tank.

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Engine 10 "Blasts" a structure fire on East Broadway -
With its Deck Gun on September 7, 2002

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Check out the "trash line" on Engine 10. 100 feet of 1 3/4"
hose with a nozzle is preconnected for quick attack.

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Engine 10 on what its first run on the new Pierce Pumper
on June 22, 2002 About 5:30 p.m. "Engine 10, call
communications." was the call through the speakers.

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Reserve Engine 102, a 1985 Seagrave, at Station 10 awaiting a call to
service. This pumper first was Engine 3, and then became Engine 10 in
1999. This gives NLRFD two reserve pumpers that seat all crew members.


Engine 10, a 2001 Pierce 1250 GPM Pumper, delivered new on June 7, 2002 and placed in service on June 21, 2002, was
purchased new from Pierce as a demo pumper in April, 2002. The truck is a sister engine to Engine 9, and, like Engine 9,
was an official Daytona (Florida) Speedway Pumper. The pumper only had a few hundred miles on the odometer when
delivered. Fire Station 10, located on U.S. Highway 70, just west of its junction with I-440, was opened in early 1988.  It was
built to provide fire protection to the industries, business and homes of the area as North Little Rock grows eastward.  As
North Little Rock has annexed land,  the territory this station serves has grown. It has grown to the point that Station 11 is
now being planned.   Many factories and large manufacturing companies have located in this area. Engine 10 also responds
to the Willow Beach area. Engine 10 also responds to areas as far west in the city as Baptist Hospital - North Little Rock!

Apparatus Housed in NLRFD Station Number Ten
1 Captain;
1 Lieutenant
and 1-2 Fire
Delivered new in 6/ 02; 1250 GPM Pump; 1000 Gallon
Tank; High Compartments on left side; Booster Line on
top; Side Mount Pump Panel; Trash Line in Front Bumper;
Air Conditioned Cab: Deck Gun. Carries defilibrator.
Ready to go in
1250 GPM Pump; 500 Gallon Tank; Ground ladders; All necessary equipment to go in service if needed.
RESCUE 16 1990 Ford Diesel  Light Duty Rescue.

Crewed by
Engine 10

Carries extrication equipment, including jaws of life.  If  a serious accident in the east end of the city calls for this equipment, a firefighter from Engine 10 will drive the rescue unit to the scene.

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A Font view of Rescue 16- A 1990 Ford/ Taylor-Built light rescue.
The apparatus has a Diesel engine.

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A rear view of Rescue 16, showing the exrication equipment.
Rescue 16 responds to calls requiring extrication in its district.


Interesting Facts About Station 10 and Company 10: Station 10 opened in early 1988. The first engine to serve as Engine
10 was the 1971 Ford/Boardman. It was repainted and rehabilitated at a paint shop in the Arkansas Prison System by Arkansas
Prison Inmates. Several Little Rock F.D. Pumpers were painted from yellow to red by the same paint shop during this time. In 1992
the 1976 IH/ALF from Station 6 was sent to Station 10 as Engine 10. The cab (only) on the '76 was repainted before the pumper came
to Station 10. In 1995, the pumper from Station 6 (again) was transfered to Engine 10. (This took place as a new pumpers were put in
service at other stations, and their pumpers were sent to stations with still older apparatus.) The pumper sent to Station 10 from
Station 6 in 1995 was the 1981 American LaFrance, which had originally been Engine 1. In March, 1999 the '81 LaFrance was
destroyed in an accident on rain-soaked Highway 161. The pumper ended up on its top. This accident was NOT the fault of the
N.L.R.F.D. lieutenant who was driving. A 1996 E-One 1250 GPM Demo Pumper was available for immediate delivery. It became
Engine 1. Engine 1'S '92 Pierce went to Station 3, and the '85 Seagrave from Station 3 became Engine 10. In June, 2002, the present
Pierce Contender pumper went in service as Engine 10.


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