A 2012 Pierce Velocity, Engine 1 is  First Due for all Structure Fire's, Automatic Alarms, and Vehicle Fires.  Powered with a 450 HP Diesel Engine, it is equipped with a 2000 GPM Pump, and 750 Gallon Water Tank along with 2 Lengths of Hard Suction Hose. It also has a 20.0 KW Hydraulic Generator and a 1500 Watt Light Tower which extends 7 1/2' above the Rig.

Engine 3 (used to be 5-10-5) is a 1989 Hahn started out as a 75’ rear mount aerial with a canopy cab.  In 2004 it was refurbished into a Pierce and outfitted with a 1000 gallon water tank along with a four door cab enclosure & upgraded emergency lighting.  This Engine is now used at our training facilities.


This 2012 "Hagermonster"  Pierce Velocity Walk Through Rescue measures 42' 11".  The rig features an Onan 30KW PTO generator, light tower and a Warn XD9000i 9,000 lb. portable winch (with rear & side receivers).  The truck is equipped for all disciplines of technical rescue and vehicle extrication.  A full set of T-N-T extrication tools (cutter, spreader, rams & confined space cutter), a 111.5 ton air bag lifting system, 20 ton bottle jacks and 4 GoJacks (casters on wheels) are provided for extrication. In addition, Rescue 4’s impressive equipment complement includes several sets of SCUBA gear, high angle rope rescue gear, hand powered tools (circular & reciprocating saws, a palm nailer, band saw, air gun, grinder & Hilti hammer drills), an assortment of torches (oxy/acetylene, ArcAir & plasma cutter) & confined space rescue equipment including a communications kit & search camera.

Squad 5 (5-10-5)
Squad 5 is a 2017 Pierce PUC Inpel Rescue/Pumper outfitted with a 750 gallon tank.  This unit responds first due on all Mutual Aid Assignments, Rapid Intervention Calls and Miscellaneous Alarms.
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This 2000 Pierce Dash Rescue/Engine that handles engine/rescue calls and responds 3rd due for MVA's.  The engine carries 750 gallons of water and has a built in 35 gallon foam inducting tank and can pump a maximum of 1050 GPM. This Engine/Rescue is first due for all  gas leaks, and co alarms and second due on all MVA's and carries a set of TNT Extrication Tools, additional cribbing and extra speedy dry for all fluid spills.


The 2nd Due Fire Police Unit  is a 2010 Chevy Suburban and handles Scene Safety.  This unit carries all the essentials needed to shutdown roads and highways and handle crowd control during our operations.


Hagerman's 1st Due Fire Police Truck is a 2014 Ford F-450.  It has a custom built Aluminum Body to hold appropriate equipment for scene safety and management.  Located on top is a pop up Lightcast Automated Message Board for additional safety and notfications to alert traffic or pedestriations of an active scene.  The unit will also carry additional scuba gear for the dive team.


Second due for all structure fires and automatic alarms is Hagerman's 2004 Pierce Dash Mid-Mount Rear Aerial Ladder. The truck's aerial ladder has a reach of 95 feet and has two aerial master streams. Truck 10 also carries a full set of ground ladders of numerous sizes as well as numerous ventilation and forcible entry tools.


Brush Fires are attacked using our custom built 1970 AM General Brush Truck "Stumpjumper". Penetrating deep into the woods the truck carries 700 gallons of water, has 5 truck mounted forestry attack lines and a 350 GPM pump.


The 2009 Ford Super Duty 550 equipped with an auto crane, patriot 15,000 lb winch, and side mounted cargo boxes.  Heavy enough to pull the 22ft Cargo Trailer which includes a complete set of Paratech Air Struts of various sizes, and shoring material used for structural collapses and trench rescues.  Also onboard is a Back-up generator as well as a full set of Stanley Hydraulic Tools (Concrete Chainsaw, Jackhammer, Drills & Submersible Pump) powered by GT Line Stanley Power Unit.


Hagerman's Dive Team utilizes a custom 2016 Lake Assault Fire Boat.  At 28 Ft long  and 9 1/2 ft wide sitting on an all welded aluminum body complete with an enclosed pilot house, providing maximum deck space for operations.  Housed below sits a 6-liter marinized V8 General Motors engine that feeds a Darley PSDE fire pump. The powerful pump can deliver 1,500 gallons per minute at 150 pounds per square inch, allowing the boat to perform as a “floating fire hydrant.” The boat also has an extensive  electronics package, including dual-screen radar, GPS, and a FLIR infrared camera, all of which will be used in rescue and recovery missions.

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