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BC Vehicle
2012 Ford F250 Quad Cab


Each shift has one Battalion Chief that is in charge of Operations throughout the city. In addition, two Captains split command of the north and south areas of the city and typically respond from Stations 2 and 6.


1 Rescue
2003 Pierce Enforcer


Muncie's 1 Rescue responds to extrications and specialty rescues throughout all of Delaware County from Station 1. This unique truck carries equipment for confined space rescue, swift water rescue and various other specialty rescue tools.


Resuce Boat


The Rescue boat is kept at Station 1 and if needed the Rescue brings it to the scene.


Truck 2
2009 Ferrara
1500 gpm/400 gal/77ft. Ladder


Muncie's fleet includes both 4-man "Engine" and 3 to 5 man "Trucks." Truck 2 and Truck 7 are twin Quints.


Engine 3
2004 Sutphen
1500 gpm/1000 gals.


Engine 3 covers the southwest portion of Muncie which includes the Industrial Park. Engine 6 and Engine 3 are twin tanker/pumpers that were all delivered when MFD took over Center Twsp. Vol. Fire Department in 2010.


Engine 4
2000 KME Excel Pumper
1500 gpm/500 gals.


Engine 4 covers Southeast Muncie. Engine 4 covers more schools than any other truck in the city. Engine 4 and Engine 5 are twin trucks.


Engine 5
2000 KME Excel Pumper
1500 gpm/ 500 gals.


Engine 5 is first due on the Ball State Campus for Fire and EMS calls. 5 Snorkle use to be housed at the same station, but is now retired.


Tower 5
2013 Ferrara Tower
1500 gpm/ 500 gals.


Tower 5 is first due on the Ball State Campus for Fire calls. Tower 5 got put in service in 2013.


Engine 6
2004 Sutphen
1500 gpm/ 1000 gals.


Muncie's fleet includes both 4-man "Engines" and 3 to 5-man "Trucks." Engine 6 and Engine 3 are twin tanker/pumpers that were all delivered when MFD took over Center Twsp. Vol. Fire Department in 2010.


Truck 7
2009 Ferrara
1500 gpm/ 400 gals./ 77 ft. Ladder


Truck 7 covers the northwest portion of Muncie. Truck 2 and Truck 7 are twin Quints.