Greenwood Rural VFD - Parker County ESD 7



Engine-41 is a 2005 E-One Top-Mount Pumper.  It is built on a Freightliner M2 Chasis.  It has a Foam-Pro 1600 system, a Hale 1250 GPM Pump, 1,000 Gallon Poly Tank and carries a crew of five.  The new Pumper is the result of a 2004 FEMA AFG Grant and is the first new Pumper ever owned by Greenwood Rural VFD. The Department raised its cost-share of $17,600 through fundraisers and donations from residents of the district.



 Brush-341 is a 2008 Dodge 5500 with 4WD built by Wildfire Trucks.  It has an aluminum bed, Hale High Pressure Pump and a Cascade Foam System.  It carries 350 gallons of water.  All lighting is LED and it has a wireless intercom. This Apparatus was purchased by the Greenwood Rural VFD with funds raised by the department members, along with donations made by the residents of our fire district and businesses that operate in the area.



Brush 41 is a 2003 Ford F-550 with a 7.3 Litre Power Stroke Diesel Engine.  It has a Hale 200 GPM Pump with a Foam Injector System and a 350 Gallon Poly Tank.  The Skid Unit was manufactured by Wildfire Trucks of Midlothian, Texas.




Brush 241 is a 1997 Ford F-350 with a Hale 200GPM Pump and a 250 Gallon Tank. This apparatus was rebuilt in January of 2009 by our members with a lot of help from Wildfire Trucks!




Tanker-41 is a 2003 American LaFrance built on a Freightliner Chasis. The unit contains 3,000 gallons of water, has a pump capable of 1,250 GYM’s, and is equipped with a Drop Tank for Tanker Shuttling.  This vehicle is owned by Parker County and loaned to the Greenwood Rural VFD.




Squad 41 is a 2005 Dodge 2500 4WD Diesel 4-Door.  It was acquired through several fundraisers.  We give thanks to the people of the Greenwood Fire District. This is our first-out Emergency Medical Services Vehicle and is also used for Incident Command and Personnel Transport.   The vehicle carries medical supplies, backboards, an AED, a Thermal Imager, Rescue Equipment and a 4-Gas Monitor.




Cascade 41 is a Multi-purpose Trailer containing a 4-Cylinder Cascade System, a Generator and Scene lights, a K-650 FD Concrete/Metal Saw, a Chainsaw,  and Salvage Tarps.  It and the equipment inside were acquired through a series of grants from the First Responder Institute, the Texas Commission on Fire Protection and FEMA.




This is a 2005 Polaris Ranger 6 X 6 that was won in a competitive grant from U.S.  Smokeless Tobacco Company. The Apparatus has a skid unit built by Neel Associates of Waco, Texas. The unit has a 100 gallon Poly Tank, a 13 HP 135 PSI Pump, a 10′ Jump Line and 300′ of Forestry Hose.  This specialty unit is a fast attack vehicle for grass/brush fires and is used in search and rescue incidents.

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