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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/12/09 New Lenox Station 4
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5/12/09 Station 4
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5/12/09 Station 4 con’t Opened on May 18, 1996 A crew of up to four firefighters respond out of this station 24 hours a day. The addition of Station #4 has made a significant impact in reducing response times to the eastern border of the district because of its location.
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5/12/09 Engine 1621 Serviced in the year 2001 1,500 gallons per minute pumping capacity Holds 1,000 gallons of water It has a Master stream deck gun This engine is considered an Advance Life care Support (ALS) engine because it carries paramedic
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5/12/09 Engine 1621 100 Feet of trash line for small fires such as garbage fires, or brush fires
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5/12/09 Engine 1621 Has a hydraulic generator. The plus side to a hydraulic generator is that it runs on hydraulic fluid instead of a gas generator which burns gas from the engine.
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5/12/09 Engine 1621 The pumping panel has two, two and a half inch discharge valves and two, five inch intake valves, one of which is a storz connection.
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course FSCI 106 taught by Professor Stephens during the Spring '08 term at Joliet Junior College.

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