Code 3 Clark County Nevada E-One Cyclone II Pumper (12342)

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Code 3 Clark County Nevada E-One Cyclone II Pumper (12342)
Code 3 Clark County Nevada E-One Cyclone II Pumper (12342)
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Code 3 Clark County Nevada E-One Cyclone II Pumper (12342)
This is Item #12342

Scale: 1/64
Release: January 2001
Edition Quantity: 3,000

The Clark County Fire Department officially began on November 23, 1953. On January 1, 1954, Station 11 (the first permanent station) opened to replace the earlier facility. It had one 1953 Seagrave 750 gpm pumper operated by two crews. The two stall building cost $33,000. The nine man department worked a 96 hour work week.

Today the department is the largest one in Nevada with 650 paid personnel and 400 volunteers. Paid personnel respond from 16 stations in the Las Vegas valley, two in Laughlin, and one in Jean, Nevada. The volunteers are located in 13 rural communities outside of the Las Vegas area.

The department's signature impact on fire and life safety is the Retrofit Code that was developed following the MGM Hotel fire in 1980 and the Hilton Hotel fire in 1981. Since then, there has not been a fire related life loss in a high rise building in Clark County.

 



 

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