Green Knoll
Volunteer Fire Company

Apparatus

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1994 Pierce Lance Pumper       Station 2

The pumper truck, commonly known as an engine, is one of the first vehicles to arrive at a call. This engine carries all tools and hose necessary for fire suppression, forcible entry and overhaul operations. The Pump Truck holds 750 gallons and can pump 1500 gallons per minute (GPM). It accommodates six firefighters.
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2001 Pierce Dash 2000              Station 1

 
The Pierce Dash carries hose, water and tools to a fire.  The pump on the truck can deliver 2000 GPM which is more than enough to extinguish most fires.  The tank holds 750 gallons. It also has the capability to dispense foam for hard to extinguish petroleum based fires. It accommodates eight firefighters.
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1999 Pierce Lance Chassis       Station 1

The
Pierce Lance Chassis, also known as the Ladder Truck, is equipped with a 100-ft aerial platform. It can pump 2,000 GPM and accommodates six firefighters.
 
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2007  Rescue Truck                Station 1

This is the newest addition to Green Knoll Fire Company.  It is a Rosenbauer body on a freightliner chassis and is equipped with extrication tools.
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1994  Pierce Saber Tanker       Station 2

This engine pumps 1000 GPM of water at a fire and it is capable of producing foam for extinguishing flammable liquid fires.  It has an 1800 gallon tank and accommodates six firefighters.