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Fleet

Engine 207

A 2014 Thibault custom engine with a Spartan Chassis.  As the lead respone engine, it is the first engine to leave the fire hall to respond to all calls, except motor vehicle accidents. This truck carries 800 imperial gallons of water and pumps at 1500 imperial gallons per minute.  It carries a variety of hoses, nozzles, and other equipment used to fight structural fires. It is also equipped with vehicle rescue and other tools to respond to motor vehicle accidents, should it be required. 

Picture of Fire Truck Engine 207

Tower 202

A 2003 KME Aerial Cat. that is equipped with a 95' ladder. This engine is used to gain access above the fire.  This unit also pumps 2000 gallons per minute and carries 300 gallons of water.  It responds as the second engine to fire calls, large structure calls, and technical rescue incidents such as high angle, confined space, and ice water rescue.

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Rescue 203

A 2020 Thibault custom engine with a Spartan Chassis. Rescue 203 is the first engine to respond to all motor vehicle accidents (MVA's) and a second response engine to fires in areas with low water supply. This truck is equipped with a variety of heavy duty rescue tools including those used during extrication. This engine carries 800 imperial gallons of water and pumps at 1500 imperial gallons per minute. It also carries a variety of hoses, nozzles, and equipment used to fight structural fires. 

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Rescue/Tanker 206

The 2001 Custom KME is the oldest response engine in our fleet. It is classified as an engine tanker rescue truck.  It pumps 1050 gallons per minute and holds 2100 gallons of water onboard. This truck is also equipped with many of the rescue and extrication tools similar to those found on our first response engines.

Picture of Fire Truck Engine 206

Fire Command Vehicle 204

A 2016 Chevrolet 2500 4x4.  Used in the day-to-day operations of the fire service.  Also used to transport firefighters to and from different events or incidents.

Bush/Support Unit 205

A 2015 Chevrolet 2500 4X4.  During spring, summer and fall it is equipped with 200 gallons of water/foam mixture and a high pressure low volume pump.  This truck is used to fight grass/bush fires off-road.  It also carries a variety of support equipment, such as hazmat and fire investigation equipment.  

Bush support unit 205 and Fire command vehicle 204

Phoenix

A 2014, 25' Stanley search and rescue boat equipped with twin 150 Yamaha outboard engines and a 25 HP 450 Gallon per minute fire pump.  This vessel is certified by the Canadian Coast Guard as a Coast Guard Auxiliary vessel and is fitted with the latest electronic equipment.  Phoenix is used for any boat or structure fire along the waters in LaSalle and for search and rescue operations in the area.

LaSalle Fire Service Police Boat, the Phoenix

LaSalle Fire Rescue II

A 1986, 16' Sea Nymph.  Fitted with a 30 HP Mariner Outboard.  This vessel is used for search and rescue missions along the shoreline or in shallow waters where our larger vessel cannot enter.  During the winter months, the motor is removed and this flat bottom boat performs ice rescue operations.

Four firefighters in the LaSalle Fire Rescue II boat