04/02/15 96 W, 2 I - + 4 - 3 Wake Forest's New Reserve Apparatus

Photographer Lee Wilson posted these pictures to Twitter (as @cfp702) of Wake Forest's new reserve apparatus. Top is a 1995 Pierce Dash pumper, 1500/500, formerly from Raleigh. Served as Engine 11, Engine 21, and Engine 221 (reserve). Bottom is a refurbished 1990 E-One Protector aerial ladder, 1500/300/75'. Originally served as Quint 252 for the Consolidated Fire Company in Johnston County, Kansas. Now Ladder 3, though not in service yet. Both are recent deliveries. See the Wake Forest Fire Department web page for info on the rest of their fleet. Update: See more photos from Lee.

Lee Wilson photos

That department keeps growing their fleet…now two more valuable pieces plus the soon to come engine 4, rosenbauer according to their annual report, and a brush truck for that station, which will both go to new station 4. Anyone know which wake forest stations these two new reserve pieces will go to?
Parks - 04/02/15 - 16:25

Once the reserve apparatus are completed with up-fitting and some other small items, the aerial will go to Station 3 and the engine will be housed at Station 1 for now.
swiman - 04/02/15 - 23:53

What happened to the eone engine they were using as a reserve? Also will ladder 3 be staffed?
Brandon - 04/03/15 - 17:44

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