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5accdcced041792 - 2014 Smeal Engine; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
90 - 2009 Chevrolet C5500 4x4 Light Rescue/Mini Pumper; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
91 - 2011 Midwest Fire/International Engine/Tanker; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
93 - 2003 E-One Aerial; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
95 - 2007 Danko Ford F250 4x4 Brush Truck; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
96 - 1997 Ford F250 4x4 Brush Truck; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
98 - 2002 Midwest Fire/GMC C7500 Tanker; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
99-1 - 2013 GMC G4500 Lifeline Ambulance; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
99-2 - 2009 Ford E450 Lifeline Ambulance; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
99-3 - 2005 Ford E450 Lifeline Ambulance; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.
92 - 2014 Smeal Engine; Crete Fire and Rescue, Crete, NE.

Crete Fire Station

The Crete Volunteer Fire Department's station at 14th & Linden Ave., built in 1966, houses seven trucks and three ambulances, with an additional truck off-site. The station includes a meeting room, office spaces, kitchen, and multiple storage areas. Additional department equipment is contained in a multitude of storage compartments and cabinets. Inventory includes extrication equipment for vehicle and other accidents, as well as state-of-the-art breathing apparatus and tools to enter burning structures and combat hazardous situations. Take a station tour of vehicle information and station photos here:

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    5accdcced0417Crete Fire Station meeting room and officer work areas, Crete, NE.
    Crete Fire Station kitchen, Crete, NE.
    Crete Fire Station, Crete, NE.
    Crete Fire Station, Crete, NE.
    Ladder 93, Crete Fire Station, Crete, NE.
    Crete Fire Station, Crete, NE.
    Crete Fire Station, Crete, NE.
    Crete Fire Station, 14th and Linden Ave, Crete, NE.
    Crete Fire Station meeting room and officer work areas, Crete, NE.
    90 - 2009 Chevrolet C5500 4x4 Light Rescue/Mini Pumper (500 gpm pump with a 300 gal water tank): first out to all car accidents and support apparatus for structure fires; equipment includes hydraulic rescue tools (Jaws of Life), stabilization equipment, airbags for lifting, ropes, and basic life support medical equipment.
  • 91 - 2011 Midwest Fire/International Engine/Tanker (1,250 gpm pump with a 2,000 gal water tank): first tanker out on a rural fire call - brush or structure; responds as needed for manpower and tanker requests for mutual aid; equipment includes hand tools, ground ladders, chainsaw, and a 2,200 gal porta-tank.
  • 92 - 2014 Smeal Engine (1500 gpm pump with a 1,000 gal water tank): first out to all structure fire responses as well as fire alarms and hazardous material responses; equipment includes hand tools, ventilation fans, chainsaw, rotary saw, salvage/overhaul equipment, gas monitor, thermal imager, grain rescue tube, hazmat equipment, and basic life support medical equipment.
  • 93 - 2003 E-One Aerial (1250 gpm pump with a 500 gal water tank): second out in town for structure fire responses.; responds to rural fires and mutual aid requests as needed; equipment includes chainsaw, rotary saw, ground ladders, rope rescue equipment, hand tools, salvage/overhaul equipment, and ventilation fan.
  • 94 - 2004 Ford F250 4x4 Utility/Brush Truck (200 gal water tank on a removable skid unit for brush/grass fires): utilized as needed or during high fire danger as a 3rd brush truck; used to pull the fire prevention trailer and shuttle personnel to various training events.
  • 95 - 2007 Danko Ford F250 4x4 Brush Truck (260 gal water tank with a skid unit for brush/grass fires): responds to brush/grass fires.; equipment includes a portable foam educator and hand tools.
  • 96 - 1997 Ford F250 4x4 Brush Truck (200 gal water tank with a skid unit for brush/grass fires): responds to brush/grass fires; equipment includes a portable foam educator and hand tools.
  • 98 - 2002 Midwest Fire/GMC C7500 Tanker (2,000 gal water tank with a jockey pump): second tanker out on a rural fire call - brush or structure; responds to mutual aid request for tankers; equipment includes a 2,200 gal porta-tank.
  • 99-1 - 2013 GMC G4500 Lifeline Ambulance: stocked with Basic Life Support equipment; additional equipment includes a LP15 Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator and a LUCAS Chest compression device.
  • 99-2 - 2009 Ford E450 Lifeline Ambulance: stocked with Basic Life Support equipment; additional equipment includes a LP15 Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator and a LUCAS Chest compression device.
  • 99-3 - 2005 Ford E450 Lifeline Ambulance: stocked with Basic Life Support equipment; additional equipment includes a LP15 Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator.