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Fire Apparatus

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Quint203Hurst Fire Department's Quint -- The 2008 model Quint has a 75' ladder, 500 gallons of water, tandem rear axle, specialized rescue equipment and most visible is the new red and white paint scheme. This is the first "red" fire apparatus in Hurst since 1972.

 Hurst Fire-Rescue Engine 201 -- This enclosed cab fire-rescue vehicle responds to all fires, rescues, and first aid calls in the district. The crew will work 24 hours at a time and be off to rest for 48 hours.3 fire trucks While on duty they eat, sleep, and respond together as a team.

This Pumper Truck is the first line of defense for all structure fires and rescue emergencies. It carries 500 gallons of water, 1500 feet of hose and all tools necessary for fire fighting. It also has a camera to "see through" smoke and help locate trapped persons in a building.

This Ladder Truck has a 75 ft. ladder, carries 500 gallons of water with hoses to work high-rise fires in tall buildings. It carries specialized tools for rescuing persons in distress and the crew has specialized training for any emergency.


This Medic Unit carries two paramedics to all first aid and fire calls in their district. Most first aid calls need life-saving skills that these medics learn. They spend over 800 hours, including working in a hospital emergency room, to become a paramedic.  

This Ambulance is a rolling emergency room, with everything needed to save lives! It makes over 2000 calls each year and can be at your house in 4 minutes.