Rescue 64 is a unique apparatus due to the ability to run as either a rescue or an engine company. Under its normal assignment as a Rescue company, Rescue 64 runs as the third apparatus out of Station 2 for the department’s box alarm system, and first out for accidents with injuries. Rescue 64 is equipped with a full set of Phoenix Rescue Tools mounted to the bumper for rapid deployment during extrication incidents. The apparatus also carries a full complement of high-pressure air lifting bags and stabilizing equipment for vehicles that are on their side or overturned.
Rescue 64 is also the second out apparatus to provide mutual aid to fire departments in Vanderburgh County.
Rescue 64 Specs
Model: 2005 E-One Typhoon
Engine: 400hp Cummins ISL
Pump: Hale 1500 GPM Pump
Tank Size: 1000 gallons
Crew Size: 6
First Due Assignment: High-risk Search / Assist 1st Arriving Truck
Other Assignments: Accidents with Injuries
Did You Know? Rescue 64 is capable as running as either a Rescue company or an Engine company