Holly Springs Volunteer Fire Department - Equipment
Equipment Type Description
Engine 1
    Engine 1
  • 1995 Pierce Contender/4900s International Chassis
  • 5 man cab; 1 Engineer, 1 Officer, 3 Firefighters
  • 1000 gallon tank w/1250 gp/m pump
  • Equipped with 1000 feet of large diameter supply hose, 2500 watt power inverter w/4 tower lights
  • Used as a reserve pumper and additional pump capacity on large scale incidents
Engine 3
    Engine 3
  • 2004 Pierce Contender/4400s International Chassis
  • 5 man cab; 1 Engineer, 1 Officer, 3 Firefighters
  • 1000 gallon tank w/1250 gp/m pump
  • Equipped with 1000 feet of large diameter supply hose, 2500 watt power inverter w/2 tower lights, Thermal Imaging Camera and helicopter landing zone equipment
  • This is the primary first-line unit for all structure fires and serves as a Command, Control and Communications platform
Engine 4
    Engine 4
  • 2006 Pierce Contender/4400s International Chassis
  • 5 man cab; 1 Engineer, 1 Officer, 3 Firefighters
  • 1500 gallon tank w/1250 gp/m pump
  • Serves as multi-purpose pumper configured with Standard Pumper & Tanker Equipment plus 1000' of large diameter supply hose, 2500 watt power inverter w/2 tower lights, 1500 gallon portable dump tank and 10" rear gravity dump able to discharge the complete tank in under 30 seconds
  • First deployed on all mutual aid calls and can perform as a tanker or a pumper
M5
    Multi 5 aka M5 aka The workhorse of the Department
  • 2009 Anchor Richey Quick Response Truck/Ford F550 4X4 Chassis
  • 5 man cab; 1 Engineer, 1 Officer, 3 Firefighters
  • 300 gallon tank w/390 gp/m pump
  • Fully equipped service company
  • Designed to handle 90% of our call volume with a minimum of manpower
  • Specially designed HSFD features including off road rescue capability
  • For medical responses, it consists of full BSL (Basic Life Support) equipment including a 3 Lead EKG Automatic External Defibrillator
  • For Hazmat operations, it consists of Hazardous Material Operations Level supplies
  • For Rescue incidents it consists of a complete set of the Jaws of Life, Low angle, Water Rescue equipment & numerous other rescue tools
  • For fire incidents, M-5 is equipped with a front mounted remote control turret gun that can be operated from inside the cab plus the ability to supply 2 hand lines, a 2.5 hand line, & an 8 gallon foam inductor. It also has 300 feet of supply line capable of drafting water from lakes, ponds, streams, & swimming pools
  • With the exception of structure fires, M-5 is first out on all calls
Utility 1
    Utility 1
  • 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4
  • 5 man crew cab
  • Contains miscellaneous support tools plus first response equipment
  • Transports additional manpower to incident locations
    Support/Rescue 1
  • 2000 Hackney Rescue/4900s International Chassis
  • 5 man crew cab
  • Another of HSFD multi-purpose vehicles
  • Fully equipped service company plus a fully equipped heavy rescue truck
  • Specially designed features; 26 Gallon CAFF Foam system, Cascade System, Command Office, 7500 Watt Generator with 4 tower lights, BLS First Response Medical equipment, with low angle & water rescue equipment
  • Service/Rescue 1 carries multiple ladders, hand tools, power tools, helicopter landing zone equipment, & hazmat spill containment supplies
  • This apparatus responds to all structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, & all other special rescue incidents
    Brush Truck
  • 1988 HUMVEE - True military grade
  • Provides access to areas not otherwise reachable by conventional vehicles
  • Used against brush, grass and wildland fires
  • Contains one 300 gallon tank w/100gpm pump
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    Command 10
  • 2013 Chevy Tahoe
  • Command, Control and Communications platform
  • Used primarily by the Fire Chief to direct operations
    Boat 1
  • 12 foot Zodiac style raft w/25hp engine
  • Can be transported and launched by just two men and does not require the use of a ramp
  • Used for water rescue/recovery operations or any other water related incidents
3301 Highway 357 • Inman, SC 29349 • 864-848-4107 • Fax: 864-848-4132
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