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Engine 11
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Engine 11, A 2009 Pierce Arrow XT, is stationed with ambulance 51 and battalion 1 at station 1, in the downtown section of Legopoli. Engine is equipped with a 1500 GPM pump, a 700 gallon tank. 650 gallons being water and the remaining 50 gallons being foam. Along with the pump, engine 11 has a Harrison generator, ALS equipment, and all other equipment needed.



Here is a view of the front of engine 11.



A view of the cab of engine 11.



Here is the engineer’s side of engine 11. First compartment of coarse storing all of the engineer’s tools. The rear compartment storing the water can, ABC extinguisher, saw, set of irons, spare flashlight, and a pick head axe.



Here is the rear of engine 11. A roll up door with minor cribbing, step chalks, a Holmatro combination tool, electric cord reel, hydraulic cord reel, and a tool box.



The officer’s side compartments with the SCBA equipment and the ladder rack.



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  October 27, 2012
I love your work, how come these have no comments? Great job.
 I like it 
  October 27, 2012
I love your work, how come these have no comments? Great job.
 
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