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The Town of Amherstburg, located south of Windsor on the Detroit River and Lake Erie, has a population of 21,700 people over an area of 186 square kilometres. The Amherstburg Fire Department is a composite department.

HistoryEdit

The AFD can trace its origins back to 1841. The current Amherstburg Fire Department was created in 1998 through the amalgamation of the original Town of Amherstburg Fire Department, the Anderdon Township Fire Department and the Malden Township Fire Department. Station 1 is the town station, Station 2 the former Anderdon station and Station 3 served Malden.

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station 1 - 271 Sandwich Street South, AmherstburgEdit

Engine 1 - 1995 Spartan Gladiator / Fort Garry (1050/1000) (SN#M5427)
Ladder 1 - 2008 Sutphen (1250/300/70' mid-mount)
Rescue 1 - 2001 Freightliner FL80 / Fort Garry (SN#M6658)

Fire Station 2 - 3400 Middle Side Road, AmherstburgEdit

Engine 2 - 2012 Spartan Force / Fort Garry (1250/800/25F) (SN#M280)
Tanker 2 - 1996 Mack / Dependable (840/2500)

Fire Station 3 - 6744 Malden Concession 6S, Malden CentreEdit

Engine 3 - 2010 Spartan Metro Star / Fort Garry (1050/800/25A) (SN#M121)
Rescue 3 - 2003 GMC C8500 / Fort Garry (SN#M9010)
Tanker 3 - 2000 International 4900/ Fort Garry (625/1500) (SN#M6350)

On OrderEdit

2018 Freightliner M2 106 / Fort Garry rescue pumper
2018 Freightliner M2 106 / Fort Garry pumper/tanker to replace Tanker 2

Retired ApparatusEdit

2003 GMC C7500 / 2005 Fort Garry walk-in rescue (SN#9851) (Sold to Grande Prairie County Fire Services)
1987 Ford C800 / Thibault pumper (625/650) (SN#T87-119)
1987 Mack MC686P / Phoenix pumper (1050/800/40F) (SN#86-06-153-139)
1979 Chevrolet Step Van 30 step van rescue
1978 GMC Grumman Olson step van rescue
1977 Ford C900 / Thibault pumper (840/500) (SN#T77-104)
1977 Chevrolet C60 ladder tender
1964 GMC 960 / King pumper (625/500) (SN#64009)

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Station MapEdit

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