Engine 1 is the primary pumper for ICFD. It holds 1000 gallons of water and can pump 1250 gallons/minute. It can carry 5 personnel (1 driver, 1 officer, and 3 firefighters). Four seats are equipped with air packs for rapid preparation en route. Engine 1 responds to most calls that ICFD receives such as structure fires, car fires, and motor vehicle accidents. Engine 1 has 2 200' Crosslays, 1 100' Jumpline on the front bumper, and more than enough Supply hose to get most jobs accomplished. It is equipped with two light towers to provide scene lights for night operations.
Tanker 1 is a primary water supply on large fires. The tanker can carry 3 personnel (1 driver and 2 firefighters) and includes air packs in storage for additional support. It holds approximate 3000 gallons and has a dump tank which allows the tanker to act as a water shuttle if need be. This truck responds when large amounts of water are needed.
Squad 1 is the primary response vehicle to all vehicle accidents/ medical emergencies. It can carry 5 personnel (1 driver and 4 firefighters). It carries all ICFD's vehicle extraction equipment, including vehicle stabilization tools, scene lights, back up breathable air, medical supplies and a set of homatro cutter/ spreader extraction tools. It also carries a portable generator with an electrical output reel mounted on the rear of the vehicle.
Squad 21 is ICFD'S command/support unit. It can carry 5 personnel ( 1 driver and 4 fire fighters) and carries a variety of equipment to run command operations on an emergency scene.
Brush 1 is the primary response vehicle to grass and trash fires. It can carry 4 members (1 driver and 3 firefighters). The truck holds 256 gallons of water and 5 gallons of multipurpose foam. Brush 1 is capable of off-road travel. It has 1 150' Cord-Reel Red Line, 1 man-well line, 1 50' handline, and 2 bumper nozzles making this a formidable brush fire fighting apparatus. This truck was purchased under a grant from the Texas Forestry Service.