In August of 2002, the Veazie Fire Department welcomed the arrival of this 2002 E-One 110' aerial truck. It has a 2000-gallon-per-minute pump, 480-gallon water tank with 20 gallons of foam, 500 feet of 4-inch supply line and 800 feet of attack hose, a compliment of ground ladders and an aerial ladder with a pre-piped waterway and a compliment of hand tools and rescue equipment.
Veazie Engine 192
Veazie Engine 192 was purchased through Greenwood Emergency Vehicles out of Brunswick, Maine, and manufactured by E-One Emergency Vehicles out of Ocala, FloRed fire engineering. It was put into service in November of 2008 as a replacement for Engine 193. Engine 193 was a 1980 Mack pumper that served the Town of Veazie valiantly for 28 years. Engine 192 is an E-One Typhoon Rescue Pumper.
The Rescue body has larger compartments, allowing for more equipment storage. 192 has a 1500 GPM (gallons per minute) Hale Q-Max pump with an integrated class A foam system. It holds 750 gallons of water and 30 gallons of class-A foam. Engine 192 was manufactured to meet all of the new NFPA and OSHA safety standards. Engine 192 also meets the new Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Exhaust Emissions 2007 standard. By reducing exhaust emissions, this new fire engine is more environmentally friendly.
Rescue 198 is a 2015 Ford F-350 and serves as the first response vehicle for all emergency medical calls and technical rescue incidents.