Fork Fire Department has 5 apparatus and one rehab truck that is run by the Auxiliary.
Engine 1501 is a 1993 Ferrara Spartan Custom Cab, capable of carrying 10 firefighters. It has a 1000 gallon poly tank, a 1250 gpm Hale pump, and is our first out engine for all in district structure fires. It is also used for company transfers to stand by at other departments.
Engine 1504 is a 1989 Ford C8000, capable of carrying 6 firefighters. It has a 1000 gallon poly tank, 1250 gpm Waterous Pump and is our second out engine for all in district structure fires.
Pumper/Tanker 1505 is a 2002 International, with a 3 man cab, 1000 gallon poly tank, with a 1250 gpm Waterous pump. This is our first out truck on all motor vehicle accidents, airplane crashes, and is our primary mutual aid truck.
Brush/QRV 1509 is a 2009 Fouts Brothers Dodge 5500 with a 300 gallon poly tank, and a 300 gpm gas powered pump. This is our primary 1st Responder truck, our secondary brush truck, and is 2nd out on all auto and airplane crashes.
Brush 1509B is a 1984 Chevy Scottsdale with a 300 gallon aluminum tank, and a 300 gpm Hale pump. This is our primary truck on all grass/woods/brush fires, and also serves as a backup 1st Responder truck to 1509.
Rehab 1508 is a 1990 Ford that is operated and maintained by the Fork Fire Department Auxiliary as a rehab truck. Commonly referred to as the “Cracker Wagon”, this truck is the first of its kind in Davie County and is dispatched throughout the county to provide rehab at the request of neighboring departments. It carries snacks, drinks, tents, chairs, and medical equipment.