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HistoryEdit

Fire StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station 18 Southwick St. 1888-1973
Fire Station 305 Wellington St. 1973-present Known as Station 1 since construction of Station 2
Fire Station 2 325 Burwell Rd. 2006-present Captain Dennis Redman Memorial Substation

Apparatus rosterEdit

Fire Station 1 (Headquarters) - 305 Wellington St. (@ First Ave.)Edit

Built 1973

Unit 4 - 2007 Dodge Ram 2500
Ladder 5 - 2001 E-One Cyclone II (1500/400/75' rearmount) (SN#123618 / SE 2533)
Rescue 7 - 1991 Ford F800 / Dependable
Tanker 8 - 2015 Freightliner M2-106 / E-One (1050/1830) (SO#139164)
Ladder 9 - 2011 E-One Cyclone II (2000/400/100' rear-mount) (SN#136644)
Rescue 10 - 2002 Ford F550 / Superior (SN#SE 2920)
Fire Prevention 1 - 2009 Jeep Patriot
Fire Prevention 2 - 2008 Pontiac Montana van
Engine 2 (Parade) - 1951 Bickle-Seagrave pumper (625/100)

Fire Station 2 - 235 Burwell Rd.Edit

Built 2006

Pump 1 - 2004 E-One Cyclone II / Superior (1750/500) (SN#SE 3218 / 127614)
Pump 6 - 2007 E-One Cyclone II (1750/800/30F) (SN#132835)

On OrderEdit

On March 13, 2017 city council approved the order of a new Rosenbauer heavy rescue which will replace Rescue 7 and Rescue 10. The dealer is ResQtech of Woodstock, ON [1] [2]

Retired apparatusEdit

1998 International 4900 / 19?? Almonte tanker (300/1500) (Remounted tank)
1995 Freightliner FL80 / Superior / 1975 King tower (1050/200/85' snorkel) (SN#SE 1450) (Remounted 1975 King snorkel (SN#74040)) (refurbished and modified by Héloc as a pumper-tanker, sold to Service de Sécurité Incendie Fugèreville)
1988 Mack MC688P / Hub pumper (1050/500) (SN#1315)
1983 International Cargostar / Thibault pumper (1050/500/55' boom) (SN#T83-136) (Sold to Northern College)
1983 International CO1950B / Thibault pumper (1050/500) (SN#T83-167) (Sold)
1976 Ford C900 / King tanker (-/1800) (1995 conversion from 85' snorkel) (SN#74040)
1973 Ford / King pumper (840/750) (SN#72031) (Sold to Service de Sécurité Incendie Stanstead (Canton))
1967 Ford C / Lafrance pumper (840/500)
1955 GMC / Marsh pumper (500/300)
1947 Bickle aerial (-/-/85' mid-mount)

External linksEdit

St. Thomas Fire Department

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.stthomastimesjournal.com/2017/03/13/st-thomas-fire-department-ready-to-purchase-71689920-rescue-truck
  2. https://www.theweeklynews.ca/news-story/7189750-city-to-purchase-new-fire-department-vehicle/

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