Fort Wayne Fire Department
Station 4 - "The Great Wall"

Fort Wayne is Indiana's second largest city and is located 130 miles northeast of Indianapolis along I-69 in Allen County. Fort Wayne Fire provides Fire, Tactical Rescue, Hazardous Materials and BLS response from 18 firehouses throughout the city. The department's 350+ career firefighters protect 251,000 residents and 107 square miles. ALS Ambulance and Paramedic Services are provided by TRAA, a local, private company.

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Fort Wayne Fire Department Station 4 - 4130 Lahmeyer Road

Fort Wayne Fire Department Station 4 - 4130 Lahmeyer Road
Station 4 is located in the northeast part of Fort Wayne and is the most architecturally unique of the modern fire houses in
the city. Station 4 is home to Engine 4 as well as the office of Fire Inspection and Prevention.

 
Engine 12 - 2006 American LaFrance Eagle Pumper - 1500gm/750gal

Engine 12 - 2006 American LaFrance Eagle Pumper - 1500gm/750gal
Engine 4 primarily responds to residential calls and an occasional commercial response.

 
Engine 12 - 2006 American LaFrance Eagle Pumper - 1500gm/750gal
Engine 12 - 2006 American LaFrance Eagle Pumper - 1500gm/750gal
 
Former Pump 4 - 1997 International/Luverne Pumper - 1250gpm/500gal

Former Pump 4 - 1997 International/Luverne Pumper - 1250gpm/500gal
Along with the other remaining International/Luverne Pumpers, this rig was replaced in January 2007 with the
American LaFrance above.

 
Former Pump 4 - 1997 International/Luverne Pumper - 1250gpm/500gal

Former Pump/Engine 4 - 1997 International/Luverne Pumper - 1250gpm/500gal
Until 1998, most of the Engine Companies around Allen County were referred to as "Pumps" when dispatched.
While some rural departments still use the term, all of Fort Wayne's apparatus are now called "Engines."



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