Platteville-Gilcrest Station 1

Station 1 – Platteville

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Fire Station 1 is located at 303 Main St. and built in 1973. In 2009, this station became a staffed station 24/7/365 with a minimum of a 3-man engine crew. Land was purchased in Platteville to design and build a new future headquarter station. This is the former Platteville Volunteer Fire Department Station 1

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COMMAND 3652

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2006 Ford Explorer 4×4.

ENGINE 3601

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Rosenbauer RBM Commander (14224) 750 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump (Hale) with 30 gallons of foam.

ENGINE 3603

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1989 FMC / Spartan 750 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump, former Platteville Fire Protection District Pumper 3.

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RESCUE 3657

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2003 Spartan / SuperVac Heavy Rescue. The unit features a built in airline & electrical, inline hydraulic systems, water rescue, extrication & MCI equipment, high & low angle rescue and command tower light.

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BRUSH 3631

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1997 International 4900 / E-One 500 gallon water tank / 500 gpm pump with in cab pump operations, front & side spray bars, pump and roll, former Platteville Fire Protection District Brush 1.

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TENDER 3641

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Kenworth / SuperVac 3500 gallon water tank, former Platteville Fire Protection District Tanker 1.

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UTILITY 3551

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1996 Ford F-350 with 5kw built on generator and tower light, and also tows the rescue boat.

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RESCUE BOAT

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2011 Mercury / Zodiak Swift Water Rescue Boat.

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ENGINE 3601

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2010 Spartan Gladiator / Rosenbauer 750 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump with 20 gallons of foam pro and tower light. Portable & inline Hurst pumps & extrication tools.

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