Lake Station is located in eastern Lake county along Interstate 80/94 & US-6. The 60 members of this all-volunteer department provide Fire, Rescue, Hazmat & Medical First-Responder protection to 14,000 residents living in an area of 15 square miles.
|Station 2 - 3107 Liverpool Avenue
This firehouse is home to Engine 5, Engine 6 and Rescue 10.
|Station 2 rigs responding in April 2009|
|Engine 5 - 2002 KME Excel Rescue Pumper - 1500gpm/1500gal
Hurst Extrication Tools-Cribbing-Lift Bags-Air Bags. E-5 runs first out on all fire calls and MVA calls at Station 2.
|Engine 5 - 2002 KME Excel Rescue Pumper - 1500gpm/1500gal|
|Engine 6 - 1982 Ford C800/Pierce Pumper -1000gpm/500gal
E6 is first-out on all mutual aid calls.
|Engine 6 - 1982 Ford C800/Pierce Pumper -1000gpm/500gal|
|Rescue 10 - 2004 Ford E-350 Econoline Van
R-10 reponds first-out on EMS assist calls at Station 2. It can be used as a support vehicle for larger incidents and
carries extra SCBAs and various medical equipment.
|Car 2: 2008 Dodge Charger|
|Special thanks to thanks to Battalion Chiefs Aaron Rieck & Bob Vargus, FF Greg Shearer and the rest of the
members of LSFD for their help in arranging these apparatus for pictures and for providing department
background and history.