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Jamestown Fire Department

November 25, 2012
The Post-Journal

The Jamestown Fire Department was organized in 1827 under the original act of incorporation of the Village of Jamestown as a fully-volunteer department. As the population grew, fire stations were erected and equipment was purchased, and the City survived several disastrous fires which destroyed the Main Street and downtown area.

Fact Box

Equipment:

Engine 351 - 1989 Pierce 1500 gpm

Engine 352 - 1980 Pirsh 1250 gpm

Engine 353 - 2000 Pierce 1500 gpm 55-foot Skyboom Aerial, Frecon Foam

Engine 354 - 1999 Pierce 1250 gpm CAF

Engine 355 - 1994 Luverne 1500 gpm

Ladder 351 - 2008 Pierce 1500 gpm/105-foot Aerial

Ladder 352 - 1991 Pierce 1500 gpm/105-foot Aerial

Ambulance 351 - 1993 Ford E-350

Medic 351 - 2004 Ford Expedition

Rescue 353 - 1980 Ford 8000

Car 351 - 2009 Suburban working BC/OIC vehicle

Car 352 - 2010 Impala deputy chief

Car 353 - 2000 Taurus reserve

Car 354 - 1997 Expedition reserve

Car 355 - 2005 Explorer fire prevention/code enforcement

M-351 - 2009 F250 maintenance plow

M-352 - 1991 Chevy maintenance bucket

M-353 - Quicksilver 10-foot inflatable boat

 
 

 

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