Mulvane Emergency Services

 1905                 2015

110 Years of Volunteer Fire Service

ISO Class 3 / 5

Mulvane, Kansas

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Rescue 407, 1999 Ford F-550 Precision.  This truck was the first ever built from fire department specifications.  It cost $119,584 in March of 1998.  This included almost all new rescue equipment, such as air-bags and "Hurst Jaws of Life". 

This truck responds to all 10-48's (MVA's), vehicle fires, and structure fires.  It is set up with 180 gallons of water and 20 gallons of AFFF foam.  It also carries a full compliment of rescue gear including Jaws, Air Bags, Reciprocating Saw, cribbing, & hand tools.  It has a 2000 watt elevating "Stem Light" and can be called out for any night time emergency.

R-407, A-351, & V-355 at 10-48 (MVA), Jan. 02.

Lt. Joe McDaniel with R-407 at smoke in a residence call, Feb. 01.

Chief Judi helps pull hose at a working Structure Fire, Apr. 01.  R-407 lights up the scene.

R-407 at training exercises.

Rescue 407 was retired in June 2014.  The Cab and Chassis was re-used to build Brush 407.

The Rescue Body was traded out and re-used by another Kansas department.

 

   

           

         

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