Engine 2 is the first run truck for all "fire" calls, such as smoke reports, automatic fire alarms, vehicle fires, and structure fires. Constructed by 4 Guys Fire Trucks in Meyersdale, Pennsylvania, Engine 2 is a 2010 Spartan Gladiator with a Cummins ISX 425hp power plant. Equipped with a Hale 1500 gpm pump, 1000 gallon booster tank, and FoamPro 2002 series foam system with a 40 gallon tank; this piece can handle a variety of fires with no problem. Inside the cab allows seating for 7 personnel (6 SCBA seats), a TIC, 4 gas monitor, and a compliment of hand tools. Attack line layout includes a front bumper with two different attack lines (100 ft 1.5" trash line and a 200 ft 1.5" line) and two crosslays with 200 ft of 1.5" hose and 200 ft of 2.5" hose, respectively. Rear discharges include 400 ft of 2.5" and 200 ft of 2.5" with another 200 ft of 1.5" connected via a wye appliance. Above the pump panel area is a TFT "Extend-a-gun" monitor plumbed directly into the pump, as well as an adapter to make it a portable monitor. The hose bed provides 1000 ft of 5" hose and 1300 ft of 3.5" hose.
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