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Middlesex County, MA - The Sherborn Fire Department is a call department that operates out of two stations under the command of Chief Erron Kinney. He brings extensive experience to the department, having worked his way through the ranks in Tennessee and South Carolina after completing his career in the National Football League. He was a Tight End on
the Tennessee Titans. Chief Kinney also served on the Tennessee State Firefighting Commission for seven years.
This department operates a variety of unique apparatus. There are 5 Engines companies, a Quint and one forestry tanker on the roster. In addition, the department runs a BLS ambulance that's staffed by per-diem fire-
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Engine 4 - 2011 Pierce Saber PUC 1500-GPM pumper with 1250gallons of water and 30-gallons of class A foam. There is a CAFS system on board.
Quint 1 - 2016 Rosenbauer Commander 78' Aerial Ladder. This apparatus has a 2000-GPM pump with 1500-gallon water tank, 30-gallon class A foam tank and 20-gallon class B foam tank. There is a CAFS system on board. CHUCK LOWE
Engine 2 - 1990 Mack MR, built by Ranger. It features a 1500-GPM pump with two hose reels that carry 5,000-feet of 5-inch supply line. CHUCK LOWE
Engine 5 - 2013 Ford F-550 4x4 brush pumper that flows 200-GPM. It has a 292-gallon water tank with 8-gallons of foam.
Engine 6 - 1986 IHC S-1800 4x4 built by Farrar with a 750-GPM front-mount pump and 1000-gallon water tank.
Engine 3 - 2004 Pierce Dash 1500-GPM pumper tanker with 2500-gallons of water on board.
Brush 1 - 1987 AM General 5-ton with 500-GPM pump and 1200gallon water tank.