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Engine 45-1 is a 2001 American LaFrance, it has a Hale 2250gpm Pump, 800 gallon tank, and Carries 1000' of 5" hose. Engine 45-1 also has a 10kw hydraulic generator, a light tower with 6000 watts of lighting and and electric ladder rack. Engine 45-1 handles all highway emergencies, water supply at fires, and is a fill site engine for the West County Tanker Task Force. Engine 45-1 has seating for 8 firefighters.
Engine 45-2 is a 1991 American LaFrance pumper. It has a 2000gpm pump, 750 gallon tank, 1000 feet of 5" hose, all the tools needed for being first on scene, and the ability to carry 6 firefighters. Engine 45-2 is first due in the Town of Clinton and 2nd due on the highway. Engine 45-2 was purchased entirely with funds raised by CFD and was received just in time for our "A Century of Dedicated Service" celebration in May of 1992. Engine 45-2 is due to be replaced in 2013.
Lulubelle was CFD's first mechanized engine. She's a 1926 American LaFrance pumper. Lulubelle is the pride and joy of the Clinton Fire Department. We proudly put her on display year after year at fire shows and parades, usually coming home with a trophy. She was refurbished in the late 1980's to her current state. In 2012 several CFD members overhauled the engine to ensure she will be running strong for years to come.
Special Service 45 carries a variety of equipment that CFD needs. Equipment includes: Haz-Mat, Foam, SCBA's, Pumps, Saws, and Salvage supplies. Special Service 45 was purchased from the High Bridge Fire Department.
Tower 45 is a 2007 American LaFrance 100' Midmount Platform, it has a 2000gpm Hale pump, 300 gallon water tank, and carries 800' of 5" hose. Tower 45 has an 8kw hydraulic generator, scene lighting, power saws, ventilation fans, a Scott Eagle X Thermal Imaging Camera, and other essential truck equipment. Tower 45 is the first CFD unit equipped with UHF portable radios in all seating positions and they operate with a repeater system to be compatible with the Hunterdon Counties Low Band radio system. Tower 45 not only covers the first due area of the Clinton Fire Department but is on the first alarm for structures in many surrounding communities. Tower 45 seats 6 firefighters.