The Hazelwood Fire Department not only has the equipment to get the job done quickly and safely, but our personnel also have the essential training to utilize the equipment efficiently. The firefighters and paramedics in our organization are members of teams such as our Technical Rescue Team and Confined Space/High Angle Rescue Team.
Pumper 4114 is used as the primary rescue pumper housed at Station 1. 4114 is a 2018 Pierce gallon rescue supplied with hydraulic rescue equipment and emergency medical equipment. It is also staffed by three to four firefighter/paramedics.
Aerial 4125 is the primary aerial truck housed out of Fire Station 2. 4125 is a 2010 Smeal 85' aerial platform supplied with hydraulic rescue equipment and emergency medical equipment. It is also staffed by three to four firefighter/paramedics.
Pumper 4194 is the primary reserve truck housed at Fire Station 1. 4194 is a 2014 Smeal Rescue Pumper.
Aerial 4115 is the primary reserve aerial truck housed at Fire Station 2. 4115 is a 2004 Smeal 75' aerial stick.
Unit 4117 is a 2019 Ford F-550 Horton Class I ambulance, staffed by two firefighter/paramedics on an everyday basis and is the primary ambulance housed at Fire Station 1. They carry a state of the art cardiac monitor, advanced airway management equipment, hydraulic stretcher and lifting device, a wide variety of medications, as well as firefighting breathing apparatus and hand tools.
Unit 4127 is a 2014 Ford F-350 ARV Class I reserved ambulance housed at Fire Station 2.
Unit 4197 is a 2009 Chevy ARV Class I ambulance.
The Hazelwood Fire Department has several vehicles that are used for our administrative and command functions. Each of the command vehicles operate on a regular basis as they must respond on incidents at any given moment.
Unit 4100 2018 Chevy Tahoe - Chief Command Vehicle
Unit 4101 2021 Ford F-250 - Deputy Chief Command Vehicle
Unit 4102 is a 2017 Ford Expedition. This vehicle is utilized by the on-duty Battalion Chief who is responsible for initiating command of any emergency situation.