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1991 LTI Quint

Truck 1 (1991 - March 11, 2018)

As the City of Maumelle's first ladder truck, Truck 1's most notable feature was its 75' aerial ladder and its large supply of ground ladders. Truck 1 was historically operated by volunteer firefighters on an as-needed basis. However, it was moved to front line service on September 6, 2014. It served on the front line staffed by a driver-only until Tower 2's arrival in Decmeber 2014. Truck 1 finished its career back as a reserve -- filling in for front line apparatus out of service for maintenance or repair.

1991 LTI Quint
1991 LTI Quint
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1996 Pierce Quantum

Engine 3
1996 Pierce Quantum Pumper
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Engine 2 (October 2007 - June 28, 2010)
Engine 3 (June 28, 2010 - April 23, 2015)

The 1996 Pierce Quantum was purchased used in 2007 and served as the department's reserve engine through December 2014 before being sold at auction on April 23, 2015. It carried 1,000 gallons of water and was equipped with two 1.75" crosslay handlines, a 2.5" attack line and 5" supply hose. It previously served the 
Travis County Emergency Services District No. 2 in Pflugerville, Texas.

1994 E-One

Engine 1 (January 1995 - April 24, 2006)
Engine 2 (April 24, 2006 - July 23, 2007)

1994 E-One Hush pumper. This rig was designed and purchased in 1994 and was the city's first rescue-body pumper. Among it's many features were a 1,000 gallon tank, three 1.75" pre-connected hoselines, a 2.5" hoseline and 1,000 feet of five-inch supply hose. During it's service, it was equipped with hydraulic extrication tools, commonly known as the Jaws of Life, and had seating for up to nine firefighters.

1994 E-One Hush
1994 E-One Hush Pumper
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1974 Hendrickson

Gravel Ridge Engine 71
1974 Hendrickson Pumper
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Engine 2 (October 7, 2005 - April 24, 2006)
Engine 3 (April 25, 2006 - May 16, 2006)

This 1974 Hendrickson pumper served as a reserve pumper for the department for seven months in late 2005 and early 2006. Rented from the Gravel Ridge Volunteer Fire Department, it was equipped with a 1,000 gallon booster tank and a 1,000 gpm two-stage pump.

1985 Seagrave

Engine 3 (September 7-9, 2005)
Engine 3 (January 26-28, 2007)
Engine 3 (May 23, 2007 - June 31, 2007)
Engine 3 (July 13-15, 2009)

This 1985 Seagrave pumper was been a temporary member of the Maumelle fleet four seperate times between September 2005 and July 2009 -- responding to more than 50 runs, including first-due on a house fire on May 23, 2007. It has a 500 gallon tank and a 1,250 gpm pump.

North Little Rock Engine S103
1985 Seagrave Pumper
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1980 FMC

Engine 2
1980 FMC Pumper
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Engine 1 (1980-1994)
Engine 2 (1994-2004)

The last fire pumper purchased before Maumelle's incorporation as a city in 1985, this 1980 FMC pumper served the city for nearly a quarter of a century.

The rig was equipped with a 500 gallon booster tank, a 1,200 gpm pump and served as the city's front-line engine for fourteen years. It was retired in late 2004 after a decade of reserve service because of mechanical concerns.


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