Fishers Fire Department
Station 93 - "The Hangar"

Engine - Ambulance - Reserve Engine

Founded in 1955 as Fishers Community Volunteer Fire Department, this department has grown dramatically over the past 50+ years. This career department includes more than 100 personnel that respond from 5 firehouses. FFD provides Fire, Tactical Rescue, Haz-Mat and ALS protection to nearly 65,000 residents in Fishers and Delaware and Fall Creek Townships.

Station 93 - Allisonville Road at the Indianapolis Metro Airport

Station 93 - Allisonville Road at the Indianapolis Metro Airport
Completed in 1998, 93 protects southwestern Fishers, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport and portions of Interstate 69.

 
ALS Engine 93 - 1998 KME Excel Rescue Engine - 1500gpm Hale pump/750gal tank with 50gal Class A/B Foam

ALS Engine 93 - 1998 KME Excel Rescue Engine - 1500gpm/600gal/200gal Class A/ 75gal Class B Foam
Engine 93 was the first of three Fishers Engines purchased from KME.

 
Engine 93 visiting HQ for training.

ALS Engine 93 - 1998 KME Excel Rescue Engine - 1500gpm/600gal/200gal Class A/ 75gal Class B Foam

 
Engine 93 on-scene
Engine 93 was the first on-scene during a rainy day in December 2007
 
Engine 93 shown with it's older graphics and logos

Engine 93 is shown here with it's previous Sparky graphics and Town of Fishers Logo

 
Ambo 93 os
Ambulance 93 - 2004 Ford E-450/1997 MedTec
Ambulance 93 was refurbished with a new extended cab chassis on the old 1997 MedTec box. It is scheduled to be replaced
in late 2008/early 2009 with an all-new Chevy/MedTec identical to A-92.
 
Ambulance 93 visiting Headquarters for training

Ambulance 93 visiting Headquarters for training

 
Reserve Engine 99-C - 1991 E-One Cyclone Pumper/Tanker - 1500gpm Hale pump/1000gal
Reserve Engine 909 - 1991 E-One Cyclone Pumper/Tanker - 1500gpm Hale pump/1000gal
This rig formerly originally served as second-due Engine 93 from Station 91. Ironically, the truck only served briefly as Engine 93
when the new station 3 opened in 1998. Once the new KME Engine 93 arrived, this apparatus was reassigned as a Reserve 96,
eventually changing to Reserve "99" in 2005. Finally, in 2008, all three Fishers reserve engines had changeable number placards added to the back corner of the trucks. This allows for each rig to show the proper number when subbing in at a particular station.
 
Reserve Engine 99 - 1991 E-One Pumper/Tanker - 1500gpm Hale pump/1000gal

Reserve Engine 99-C shown here as Engine 96 - 1991 E-One Pumper/Tanker - 1500gpm Hale pump/1000gal
When not in service, this truck is labeled "909" and serves as the third reserve pumper and Fishers primary Training Engine.

 
Fishers Engine 93bold graphics
When they were originally purchased, each of the Fishers Engines included bold graphics to promote safety. These
have since been removed and replaced with new logos and graphics.

Fishers Fire Department

Hamilton County Professional Fire Fighters Local 4416