Station 920 Apparatus
Engine 925 is a 2016 Midship Fire Engine. This Engine is our first out fire engine for the Donald Station and will respond to a variety of emergencies. Its primary purpose is fire suppression of all fires including structural and wildland. This fire engine is also equipped with a 1,000 gallon water tank, 20 gallons of Class A / B foam, and a 1,500 GPM Pump. There is also rescue equipment to assist with motor vehicle crashes and other types of rescue. This unit is equipped with Advanced Life Support (ALS) medical equipment and will also respond to medical emergencies with dual trained Firefighter/EMTs.
Engine 926 is 1996 front mount Fire Engine. This is our second out reserve fire engine at the Donald Station. This unit responds primarily as a fire fighting apparatus but can also respond to medical emergencies utilizing its Basic Life Support (BLS) equipment and can also support motor vehicle accidents and rescues. It has a 1,000 gallon water tank and a 1,250 GPM pump.
Tender 929 is a 3,800 Gallon Water Tender built for Aurora Fire in 2007. This unit is utilized for transporting water to rural fires where fire hydrants are scarce or not available. This unit has a 1,000 GPM pump and a rear dump valve. T929 is equipped with a porta-tank that allows for the setup of a portable water supply in rural areas. This unit is only equipped for fire response.
Brush 928 is a 1999 Ford Brush Unit. This unit is equipped with a 400 gallon water tank and a 300 GPM pump. This unit is utilized for wildland response and is 4x4 capable. This unit is normally staffed with two-four firefighters when responding to both grass and brush fires. B928 is also equipped with extrication equipment and BLS medical equipment so it is able to respond to motor vehicle crashes and medical aids.
This unit is essential for getting into areas that our larger two wheel drive apparatus cannot go.
1945 Parade Engine
This is our retired 1945 Ford Fire Engine. This Engine served over 30 years to the Aurora Fire District. This fire engine was built in Portland Oregon. Once retired, it was kept and is now utilized as our parade fire engine for local parades and public events.
This fire engine also has many items that were original to that age of firefighting, such as the wooden ladders, old lanterns and extinguishers.