01/27/08 80 W, 1 I - + 10 - 16 Engine 221


Raleigh recently renumbered some of its reserve fleet. Engines are now numbered 120+ and 220+. Ladders are now numbered 110+ and 210+. The 100 units are for short-term assignments, such as a day or two. These units include equipment. The 200 units are for long-term assignments, and do not include equipment. Engine 9 is presently operating Engine 221, a 1995 Pierce Dash pumper. Ladder 210 is a 1988 Pierce Arrow articulating platform. The city presently has six engines and three ladders in reserve status.







  
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