Release: May 2000
Edition Quantity: 3,000
The Louisville Division of Fire was founded in 1858 as a steam engine department. Currently the Louisville division of Fire serves 72 square miles with a population of 362,000. Operating on 56 hour work week (24 hours on and 48 hours off tour of duty).
Fire Personnel include: 1- Fire Chief, 1-Executive Assistant Chief, 6-Lieutenant Colonels, 16 majors, 93-Captains, 118-Sergeants, 288-Firefighters, 44-Paramedics, 41-Emergency Medical Technicians. Included in the fire personnel are 1 commercial Dive Instructor, 64 Public Service Divers, 1 Haz Mat Specialist, and 85 Haz mat Technicians.
The Louisville Division of Fire's First Line Equipment: 17-Engines/Pumpers 4 (Squirts), 6-Trucks (85' to 100' aerial ladders), 4-Quints, 2-Haz mat Vans, 1-Tactical Rescue Van, 1-Urban Rescue Trailer, 1-20' Jon Boat, 3-Inflatable Boats (2-9 person, 1-5person) with motors, 1-41' Fire/Rescue Boat and 27 Medical Units.
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All Code 3 Fire
Trucks & Emergency Vehicles are:
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