Greenwood Patch

Greenwood Fire Department
Station 94
- "The Beast of the East"

Engine - Hazmat - Medic

The City of Greenwood is located 15 miles south of Indianapolis in northern Johnson County. Greenwood is a combination department consisting of thirty full-time employees and eighty paid on call standby volunteers. GFD provides Fire, Rescue and Hazmat protection to 25 square miles and approximately 44,000 residents.

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Station 94 - 755 North Graham Road - Eastside
Station 94 - 755 North Graham Road - Eastside
Greenwood's newest station was completed in October 2006. In addition to it's own district mixed district of
commercial and residential areas and I-65, Station 94 serves as the department's Hazmat Station.
 
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Engine 94 - 2006 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper - 1250gpm/750gal/25gal foam
ALS Engine 94 responds to the eastside of Greenwood north to the Marion County Line. It also has first-due responsbilities
for several miles of I-65 in Johnson County. Eventually all Engine 94 personnel will be trained Hazmat Technicians.
 
Engine 94 - 2006 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper - 1250gpm/750gal/25gal foam
Engine 94 - 2006 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper - 1250gpm/750gal/25gal foam
While similarly configured to Engines 92 & 93, 94 does include several enhancements including it's unique vertical exhaust. This was the first GFD rig to go to all LED lighting, the extrication tools were moved to the rear of the truck and a combination of roll-up and swing-out doors are used on the rear compartments.
Engine 94 - 2006 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper - 1250gpm/750gal/25gal foam
Engine 94 - 2006 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper - 1250gpm/750gal/25gal foam
 
Hazmat 94 - 1999 International 4900/EVI
Hazmat 94 - 1999 International 4900/EVI Custom Rescue
This truck is usually cross-manned by two Hazmat Techs from Engine 94. This unit includes typical Hazmat containment equipment along with some of the most highly advanced sensor devices available. Greenwood's hazmat unit includes virtually the same equipment as the FBI has in their most advanced units.
 
Hazmat 94 - 1999 International 4900/EVI
Hazmat 94 - 1999 International 4900/EVI
Shown here just days before getting it's new "94" graphics, this truck was formerly stationed downtown.
However, with 94 being designated as the Hazmat House, this rig was reassigned here along with the Decon Trailer.
 
Hazmat 94 - 1999 International 4900/EVIHazmat 94 - 1999 International 4900/EVI
Hazmat 94 - 1999 International 4900/EVI
 
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Decon 94 - Equipment Trailer
When necessary, Decon 94 can be pulled by a variety of Chief and Utility vehicles for larger incidents.
 
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Medic 94 - 2002 Ford E-450/Braun
 
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Medic 94 - 2002 Ford E-450/Braun
 
Special thanks to Captain Sipes and the B-shift crew for their help in arranging these pictures and providing GFD background information.


Greenwood Fire Department