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Show your Rig #34 – Parker County ESD No. 1 – Station 54, Silver Creek FD

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Show your Rig #34 – Parker County ESD No. 1 – Station 54, Silver Creek FD – Attack 54 (Left), is a 2006 Ford F-750. It holds 700 gallons of water and 10 gallons of Class A foam. Attack 54 has the capabilities to fight grass fires, along wit…h structure fires. It is equipped with 2 – 1 3/4” crosslays, along with numerous hoses for wildland firefighting, and a turret capable of flowing up to 120 gallons per minute of water that is controlled from a joystick inside the cab. It also houses a hydraulic tool and pump to be used in extrication incidents Brush 54 (Right), is a 2008 Ford F-550. It holds 330 gallons of water and 20 gallons of Class A foam. This truck is equipped with numerous tool and hoses used for fighting grass fires. This is the first out truck on grass fires. Not pictured are two other apparatus located at station 54 which is Engine 54 and Tanker 54. The ESD No.1 will be getting a brand new Engine 54 that will be going into service soon. Remember, if you have any good quality pictures of fire/police or EMS vehicles send them to jeffhooper1@gmail.com and john@dfwscanner.net so we can “show off your rig”See More
Photo: Show your Rig #34 - Parker County ESD No. 1 - Station 54, Silver Creek FD - Attack 54 (Left), is a 2006 Ford F-750. It holds 700 gallons of water and 10 gallons of Class A foam. Attack 54 has the capabilities to fight grass fires, along with structure fires. It is equipped with 2 - 1 3/4'' crosslays, along with numerous hoses for wildland firefighting, and a turret capable of flowing up to 120 gallons per minute of water that is controlled from a joystick inside the cab. It also houses a hydraulic tool and pump to be used in extrication incidents Brush 54 (Right), is a 2008 Ford F-550. It holds 330 gallons of water and 20 gallons of Class A foam. This truck is equipped with numerous tool and hoses used for fighting grass fires. This is the first out truck on grass fires. Not pictured are two other apparatus located at station 54 which is Engine 54 and Tanker 54. The ESD No.1 will be getting a brand new Engine 54 that will be going into service soon. Remember, if you have any good quality pictures of fire/police or EMS vehicles send them to jeffhooper1@gmail.com and john@dfwscanner.net so we can “show off your rig”

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