Command Vehicle 4802
Command Vehicle 4802 is a 2013 Chevrolet Suburban. 4802 is utilized by the on-duty Battalion Chief who is responsible for initiating command of any emergency situation.
Rescue / Ladder Quint 4815
Rescue / Ladder Quint 4815 is a 2010 Pierce 75 foot aerial ladder apparatus. Quint 4815 carries a full complement of hydraulic rescue tools, a 1500 gallon per minute fire pump, a 470 gallon booster tank, a 30 gallon foam reservoir that is piped to multiple discharges, and a 10kW hydraulic generator. Quint 4815 has a pre-connect hoseline and hydraulic rescue tools mounted on its front bumper. It also carries a full complement of emergency medical equipment and is staffed by three to four firefighter/paramedics.
Rescue / Pumper 4824
Rescue / Pumper 4824 is a 2007 Spartan Gladiator fire engine. 4824 has a 1500 gallon per minute fire pump, 750 gallon booster tank, a 30 gallon foam tank, and a full complement of hydraulic rescue tools. 4824 carries high and low pressure air bags for extrications and has a pre-connect hoseline and hydraulic rescue tools mounted on its front bumper. It also carries a full complement of emergency medical equipment and is staffed by three to four firefighter/paramedics.
Rescue / Tower Ladder 4835
Rescue / Tower Ladder 4835 is a 2009 Pierce 95 foot aerial ladder platform on a Velocity chassis. 4835 has a 2000 gallon per minute fire pump with a 300 gallon booster tank. It has dual five-inch water supply intakes and a 15kW hydraulic generator. 4835 carries a full complement of hydraulic rescue tools and emergency medical equipment. 4835 also has a pre-connect hoseline and hydraulic rescue tools mounted on its front bumper. Four to five firefighter/paramedics staff 4835 on an everyday basis.
Reserve Rescue / Pumper 4894
Reserve / Pumper 4894 is our reserve apparatus that encompasses all the same capabilities as Rescue / Pumper 4824. The reserve pumper is placed in service when any other apparatus in the fleet are undergoing repairs or maintenance.
Ambulances 4817 & 4837
Ambulances 4817 & 4837 are 2010 Braun ambulances built on Spartan Furion Chassis. Pattonville Fire Protection District is the third emergency service organization to acquire this type of ambulance. The heavy duty chassis increases the service life of the ambulance. 4817 & 4837 carry a full array of emergency medical equipment and can transmit 12-lead EKG’s to the hospital emergency room from an emergency scene. They carry a state of the art cardiac monitor, advanced airway management equipment, an electric over hydraulic stretcher and stretcher lifting device, a wide variety of medications, as well as firefighting breathing apparatus and hand tools. 4817 & 4837 are staffed by two firefighter/paramedics on an everyday basis.
Reserve Ambulance 4897
Ambulance 4897 is our reserve ambulance that encompasses all the same capabilities as 4817 and 4837. The reserve ambulance is placed in service when the other apparatus in the fleet are undergoing repairs or maintenance.
Marine Unit 4839
Marine Unit 4839 is Pattonville’s water rescue response unit. It consists of a 21 foot Sea Ark rigid hull boat with a 150 HP Mercury outboard engine. It also has a 12.5 foot Zodiac inflatable boat with a 30 HP Evinrude engine designed specifically for rescue use. The Marine Unit is fully outfitted with swift-water rescue equipment, protective rescue dry suits, and ice suits for ice and cold water rescue responses. The Marine Unit is staffed by the six to seven firefighter/paramedics that are assigned to Engine House 3 on any given day.
Hazardous Materials Decontamination Unit HM-48
HM-48 is a part of the St. Louis County Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Team equipment cache. It provides decontamination services and medical supplies for hazardous materials response operations for all of St. Louis County. HM-48 will also respond into surrounding areas to assist stricken agencies in need of specific HazMat decontamination assistance.
The Pattonville Fire Protection District believes that prevention is essential to fire and life safety. Our Safety Trailer contains the supplies and tools we use to provide safety education for our citizens. The Safety Trailer has an area that identifies household hazards such as cooking fires, household chemical storage and electrical safety concerns. The second half of the Safety Trailer features a bedroom area that can be charged with theatrical smoke to simulate a fire and allows participants to practice the process of safely escaping a burning home.