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Hutchinson Volunteer
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Hutchinson fire department pumper 2333 is the department's first out engine on all calls except for grass fires. Engine 2333 hauls 1000 gallons of water and can pump 1000 gallons per minute. 2333 was custom built by General.
Click on the images for a full screen view of each truck.  Pumper 2339 responds to residential and industrial fires. She has a tank capacity of 500 gallons and can pump 1500 gallons per minute.
  In August 2001 the department took delivery of its new ladder truck. Ladder 1 was built by Pierce. The 100 foot aerial provides easy access to rooftops for faster, safer ventilation. 
  Tanker 2334 hauls 3000 gallons of water and is our first-out tanker on all rural fire calls. 2334 Is built on a Chevy Kodiak chassis and is equipped with a Hale pump. The department also has an International Tanker with the same capacity.
  2335, our rescue truck, is built by Pierce and was delivered in July of 2001. Equipped with a Hurst Tool (Jaws of Life) and spare air tanks, 2335 responds to all calls.