Good Luck John LymanWe want to give a tremendous congratulations and thank you to Lieutenant John Lyman, upon his retirement from the Hinesburg Fire Department on June 1. Lt Lyman has served the Depar...
Call LogThere were 23 medical calls and 15 persons transported.Apr 3 9:32am Fire alarm, 10212 Rte. 116 Kinney Drugs. Unknown causeApr 5 5:09pm Gas spill into a brook on Hemlock Rd St George. A residen...
Joint Department TrainingOn April 2nd, members of the Hinesburg and Charlotte Fire Departments held a joint pump operations training in Charlotte. Senior firefighters, under the direction of the Charl...
Engine 2 is our first due engine for almost all of our calls and is equipped with a 1250 GPM pump with CAFS (Compressed air foam system) 1000 gallons of water, six head 1800 watt night fighter scene light, generator,Scott air packs and spare bottles.
2003 Ford F550
Hinesburg Engine 3 is equipped with a skid mount CAFS pump, knight fighter command light, portable combi unit, scott air packs
2012 Ford F350
Replaced our Durango as our primary EMS unit with a full complement of medical supplies and equipment and more space to carry personnel and equipment.
The Palmer Water Company (Tanker 1)
The Palmer Water Company was dedicated to George Palmer in recognition for 50 years of service to the Hinesburg Fire Department. The Tanker is equipped with 2100 gallons of water and a 500 GPM pump, forestry tools and portable pond.
Wainer/Emmons Rescue Company -- Engine 1
2015 E-One Rescue Pumper
The engine carries 1,035 gallons of water, 34 gallons of foam, and is also a compressed air foam truck. This truck has several attack lines and a deck gun. In addition to firefighting tools, this apparatus also carries the Jaws of Life, cutters and ram tools. It has seats for a full crew– operator, officer and four firefighters.
The Rescue Pumper has been named the Wainer/Emmons Rescue Company in honor of Dr. Wainer who donated Rescue 1 in 1998, Paul Emmons, who reaches 50 years of service in January 2016, and J Bradley Wainer, who will be celebrating 50 years of service to the Fire Department in 2017.