• Fenton Fire District
  • Fire and Emergency Medical Services
  • CFAI Accredited

Fire Apparatus

Ladder 1325

1325.jpgLadder truck 1325 is a 2008 Rosenbauer Central Division 68' Road Runner aerial. This truck carries a full set of tool appropriate for a ladder company, has a 1500 GPM pump, 500 gallons of water on board, as well as a complete set of rescue tools for extrication.

Ladder 1345

191905_1597136290299_1292742648_31303132_3809076_o.jpgLadder company 1345 is a 2011 Rosenbauer 75' aerial. 1345 covers the Sunset Hills portions of our district and carries firefighting, rescue, and EMS equipment. 1345 is staffed with a paramedic to provide advanced life support care prior to the arrival of an ambulance.

Engine 1314

1314.jpgRescue pumper 1314 is a 2013 Smeal on a Spartan chassis. The truck has a 1250 gallon per minute pump, 500 gallons of water on board, 25 gallon class A foam tank, and a compressed air foam system (CAFS) for more efficient firefighting capabilities. The truck carries a set of hydraulic rescue tools, advanced life support medical equipment, a thermal imager, and a light tower for illuminating whatever scene it is called to.

Engine 1334

1334.jpg1334 is a 1999 HME Firemaster rescue pumper. It carries all firefighting and rescue equipment including a hydraulic rescue tool (Jaws-of-Life) and a thermal imaging camera. It also carries selected EMS equipment for a quick response when it matters most.

Ladder 1395

1345_2.jpgLadder company 1395 is a 1993 E-One 65' Telesqurt ladder. This truck is our spare apparatus. It is put in service when one of the other trucks must go in for service or it may be staffed as an additional truck for large incidents or high call volumes.

Mini-Pumper 1329

1319.jpg1329 is a Ford / Central States mini pumper carrying our air cascade for filling SCBA bottles, our technical rescue equipment, and some firefighting equipment.

Rescue Boat 1399

20110601Boat_Training_0009.jpg1399 is a FSI inflatable watercraft with a 30HP motor and water rescue equipment. It has a very shallow draft to operate in the Meramec River. Additionally, its light weight allows for utilization in difficult to reach areas of the district.