The Kaysville Fire Department operates several pieces of apparatus, from ambulances to fire engines to a state-of-the-art ladder truck.
The Kaysville Fire Department operates three ambulances: Ambulance 61, Ambulance 62, and Ambulance 63, which are identical Advanced-EMT level ambulances. These ambulances are equipped with oxygen, life saving medications, IV supplies, a cardiac monitor/defibrillator, advanced airways, as well as an array of other life-saving medical supplies. The Kaysville Fire Department responds with 4 firefighter/Advanced-EMTs on every medical emergency in an ambulance and a fire engine; on critical incidents, two Davis County Paramedics will also respond to provide further advanced level care.
The Kaysville Fire Department has two brush trucks, Brush 61 and Brush 62, which are identical 2011 Dodge pickup trucks setup for brush/wildland fires. These units carry water, hoses, and hand tools that are essential to fighting fires in tough terrain such as fields, hills, and mountain areas.
Truck 61 is a 2013 Pierce Quantum Ladder Truck. Truck 61 Carries 500 Gallons of Water and is Capable of Pumping 2,000 Gallons of Water Per Minute. Truck 61 Has a 105 foot Aerial Ladder Used for Fire Attack, Rescuing Victims From a Fire, or Providing Access to Windows and Roofs of Large Buildings. Truck 61 Primarily Responds on Residential and Commercial Structure Fires, but is Equipped With Rescue and Medical Equipment if Needed on Other Various Emergencies.
Engine 62 is a 2001 Pierce Quantum fire engine. Engine 62 carries 750 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 2,000 gallons of water per minute. Engine 62’s main purpose is for fire attack on structure fires, vehicle fires, dumpster fires, etc., but is also utilized for vehicle extrication, hazardous materials response, and providing additional manpower on emergency medical incidents.
Heavy Rescue 61
Heavy Rescue 61 is a 1998 Pierce Saber technical rescue unit. Heavy Rescue 61 is equipped with vehicle extrication tools, high-angle rescue equipment, stabilization tools, and an array of other technical rescue tools. Heavy Rescue 61 carries 300 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1,000 gallons of water per minute. Heavy Rescue 61 is used primarily for rescues on traffic accidents or other technical rescue incidents, but is also setup for fire attack, hazardous material response, and emergency medical response.
Truck 61 is a 2013 Pierce Quantum ladder truck. Truck 61 carries 500 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 2,000 gallons of water per minute. It has a 105’ aerial ladder used for fire attack, rescuing victims from a fire, or providing access to windows and roofs of large buildings. Truck 61 primarily responds on residential and commercial structure fires, but is equipped with rescue and medical equipment if needed on other various emergencies.