Fire Apparatus

Engine 1321

  • 2002 E-One, Side Mount Pump
  • 45,700 pounds
  • 10 feet, 3 inches
  • 1500 GPM
  • 730 gallons
  • 30 gallons Class A foam concentrate
1321 - 2017

Ladder 1330

  • 2001 E-One Quint
  • 75FT Aluminum Aerial Ladder
  • 50,000 pounds
  • 11 feet, 5 inches
  • 2000 GPM
  • 500 gallons
1330 - 2017

Engine 1320

  • 2000 E-One, Top Mount Pump
  • 40,000 pounds
  • 9 feet, 11 inches
  • 1,500 GPM
  • 750 gallons
1320 - 2017

Ladder 1318

  • 1999 Pierce Quint, TeleSquirt
  • 51,000 pounds
  • 11 feet, 4 inches
  • 1500 GPM
  • 500 gallons
1318 - 2017

Pickup 1390

  • 2006 Ford F250
  • 4 by 4 Super Duty Crew Cab
  • Utility Vehicle
1390 - 2017

UTV 1395

  • 2016 Polaris Ranger
  • 6 by 6 UTV Rescue Vehicle
1395 - 2017

Ambulance 1341

  • 2011 International TerraStar Chassis
  • Horton 173 Inch Box
1341 - 2017

Ambulance 1342

  • 2003 Ford E350 Van Cassis
  • Excellence 146 Inch box
1342 - 2017

Ambulance 1343

  • 2015 Chevy Van 3500 Chassis
  • Excellence 146 Inch Box
1343 - 2017

Ambulance 1344

  • 2016 Ford F550 Chassis
  • Horton 173 Inch Box
1344 - 2017

Chief's Vehicle 1399

  • Chevy Tahoe
  • 4 by 4
  • Utility Vehicle
1399 - 2017

Utility 1391

  • Ford Explorer
  • 4 by 4
  • Utility Vehicle
1391 - 2017

Utility 1392

  • Ford Expedition
  • 4 by 4
  • Utility Vehicle
1392 - 2017

E-One Apparatus Manufacturing

Edwardsville Fire Department's primary or 'first-out' fire apparatus were manufactured by E-One. They consist of two engines and a quint. Edwardsville also has a backup Quint manufactured by Pierce.

The name Quint is derived from the Latin prefix "quinque-", meaning five, and refers to the five functions that a Quint provides:

  1. Aerial Device
  2. Fire Hose
  3. Ground Ladders
  4. Pump
  5. Water Tank

Advanced Life Support

Each fire apparatus has been fitted with a full complement of Advanced Life Support medical equipment. Whether in an ambulance or fire truck our paramedics are equipped to perform lifesaving treatments.