Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
The West Monroe Fire Department finished 2019 with 347 calls. This was fifty-one calls fewer than 2018 (398 calls), and was comparable to 2017 (346 calls).
Monday, November 18th, 2019
The West Monroe fire department answered call #300 of 2019, which was a motor vehicle accident call.Call #300 occurred on November 18, 2019, the 322nd day of the year.
Thursday, August 8th, 2019
The West Monroe fire department answered call #200 of 2019, which was an EMS call.Call #200 occurred on August 8, 2019, the 220th day of the year.
Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
The West Monroe Fire Department finished 2018 with 398 calls. This was forty-two calls more than 2017 (346 calls), and was comparable to 2016 (394 calls).
Apparatus
3311
3311
2006 Sutphen Engine - "The Charter"
It replaced a 1984 E-One engine that was purchased used from the Taunton Fire Department. The new engine holds 2000gal of water and 38gal of foam concentrate on a Sutphen Monarch cab and chassis. The pump is a Hale Q-max 1750gal/min pump with an electronic pump governor. The cab holds four SCBA seats, two non-SCBA seats, the driver/pump operator, and an EMS compartment. The Williams all around class A foam system was specified to provide a means of distributing up to 500 gals/min of foam at 1% concentration. The engine was put in service in June of 2007. The name "The Charter" is in honor of the charter members who formed the West Monroe Fire Department. It was their willingness to stick their neck out that has given us the opportunity to grow and provide emergency services to the town of West Monroe.
3312
3312
1991 E-One Engine
This was our first brand new piece of fire apparatus. This engine was originally named 3341, but when we refurbished it in 2007, it was renamed to 3312 to more clearly communicate its intended function. It has a 1000 gal water tank and a 1250gal/min Hale pump. The Spartan Gladiator cab holds five SCBA seats, and the driver/pump operator.
3321
3321
2021 Sutphen / Rescue Engine
This Sutphen Rescue Engine is first out on MVAs as well as responds to mutual aid calls. It has 1750 Pump / 1000 Water / 30 Foam, 1000' 5" supply hose, 12KW generator, several hose lays, Light tower, seats 6 SCBA and a driver. The truck is named "The Patriot" in honor of our members that have served our are serving in the armed forces.
3351
3351
1996 GMC Tanker
Our tanker is built on a 1995 GMC chassis that was purchased new for this application. The tank is a former fuel oil tank that was purchased and re-fitted for its new life as a water supply truck. It has three 10" electric dumps and four 3" storz fill ports with brass flapper valves.
3363
3363
2009 Ford F350
This is a light rescue for EMS and is also a support vehicle for motor vehicle accidents and fires. The truck has seating for 5, 5 compartments, a winch that can be mmounted on the front or rear of the truck and 2 150 watt scene lights.
3371
3371
2019 F350
2019 Grass / Brush / Utility outfitted with 250 Gallons of water, 20 HP Honda Fire Pump, on board foam.
3372
3372
2002 Rivercraft Air Boat
This airboat was purchased to provide a safe method of rescue on the ice/water of Oneida Lake. Weighing in at less than 1000lbs, this boat can go many places that no other vehicle can even attempt to go. It has been used successfully on search and rescue missions in swamps, rivers, and on the thin ice of Oneida Lake. It has also been requested to respond regionally to assist in recovery missions with the State Police. It is a 16? flat bottom boat with a 140hp Hurth aircraft two stroke engine. It is capable of running between ice, water, and snow. During the warmer months, it can easily operate in less than 6 inches of water and climb over various obstacles.
33WR1
33WR1
1985 Boston Whaler
The 1985 Boston Whaler center console boat was originally purchased in a joint venture with the Cleveland, Constantia, and West Monroe fire departments to provide a means of protect our common southern response area, Oneida Lake. Over the years, the makeup of the Battalion 3 water rescue has changed as Cleveland and Constantia have both purchased their own rescue boats. At 25 feet long, 38WR1, can handle anything that Oneida Lake can throw at it. Each year, this boat responds to over forty calls for help on the lake.
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