Sunday, January 20th, 2019
Hickory Point Engine 435 responded to an automatic alarm to the Warrensburg Fire Department. Hickory Point personnel assisted responding departments with a dryer on fire inside the residence.
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017
Hickory Point Engine 435 responded to a vehicle fire Tuesday morning, at 4:05 a.m., in the parking lot of he Hickory Point Mall.The vehicle was engulfed in fire, but was quickly extinguished. As the p...
Tuesday, October 13th, 2015
Hickory Point Rescue 437 responded to a two vehicle accident, with one on its side, west of Forsyth. Struts were applied to one vehicle and the driver was extricated through the front window. The driv...
Saturday, October 10th, 2015
Hickory Point Engine 435 responded to a box alarm request from Clinton Fire Dept. The alarm was for a house, heavily involved in smoke and fire, east of Clinton. Assistant Chief Deal (white helmet wit...
Past Fire Apparatus

The district's first engine - The Fire Fighter Fire Truck Co., 1955 Ford.

 

The fire district's second engine - Alexis Fire Equipment, 1962 International.

 

The third engine - Howe Fire Equipment, 1964 International.

Equipped with an around the pump foam capability.

 

The district's fourth engine bought when the Hickory Point Mall opened.

Alexis Fire Equipment, 1979 International.

 

Rescue 7 - Alexis Fire Equipment, 1992 Ford

 

 

The fire distrist's fire aerial bought from Western Springs, Ill.  fire department.

A 1977 102' American LaFrance.

 

 

The fire distrct's first squad, 433. A 1998 GMC Suburban.

 

     

2002 EVI Spartan

16" Non-Walk-In, Cummins 330 Turbo Engine, Modular body with nine compartments, Holmatro hydraulic extrication tools mounted in rear compartment, 8 KW Generator, top mounted compartments with haz mat equipment, EMS response equipment, Monitors, Struts, Cribbing, Opticom, and Roto Ray.

1996 KME Renegade

Cummins 300 HP engine, Hale 1500 gpm pump, 1000 gal. tank, 1000' 5" hose, Deck monitor, 6 KW generator, Front discharge, Opticom, and Roto Ray.

 


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