Indianapolis Fire Department
Station 14

Northside Water & Rope Rescue Station

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Indianapolis Fire Department Station 14 - Kenwood Avenue at West 30th Street

Indianapolis Fire Department Station 14 - Kenwood Avenue at West 30th Street
Completed in 2001, 14's current station replaced their former home which faced east on the same corner with the
address of 2960 North Kenwood Avenue. Now on it's 3rd building, Station 14 has called this location home since 1895. The coverage area of Station 14 is approx. 30 square miles of Battalion 11, located in the North/ West quadrant of Marion County. Station 14 Tactical Team covers the North districts, while Station 7 Tactical Team covers the South districts.

 
Engine 14 - 1998 Pierce Lance II Custom Pumper - 1500gpm Hale pumps/500gal/40gal foam
Engine 14 - 1998 Pierce Lance II Custom Pumper - 2000gpm Hale pump/500gal water /40gal foam
 
Engine 14 - 1998 Pierce Lance II Custom Pumper - 1500gpm Hale pumps/500gal/40gal foam
Engine 14 - 1998 Pierce Lance II Custom Pumper - 2000gpm Hale pumps/500gal water /40gal foam
 
Ladder 14 - 2002 Pierce Dash 105' Rear-mount ladder

Ladder 14 - 2002 Pierce Dash 105' Rear-mount ladder
This sharp rig was purchased as a demo at FDIC 2002. Ladders 13 and 14 are the only two Pierce Aerials at IFD

 
Ladder 14 - 2002 Pierce Dash 105' Rear-mount ladder
Ladder 14 - 2002 Pierce Dash 105' rear-mount ladder
 
Ladder 14 - 2002 Pierce Dash 105' Rear-mount ladder
Ladder 14 - 2002 Pierce Dash 105' rear-mount ladder
Ladder 14 is shown here behind Headquarters for weekly training.
 
Rescue Squad 14 - 2001 Ford F-450/Pierce Contender - Light Rescue
Rescue Squad 14 - 2001 Ford F-450/2002 American Fire & Rescue - Light Rescue
Squads 7 and 14 were the first two light rescue squads at IFD to use this new style rescue body. Squads 13 and 10 were
then ordered the following year on a nearly identical F-550 chassis.
 
Rescue Squad 14 - 2001 Ford F-450/Pierce Contender - Light Rescue

Rescue Squad 14 - 2001 Ford F-450/2002 American Fire & Rescue - Light Rescue
Rescue Squads are localed used primary at most Tactical Stations and they are used to alleviate the need for the Engines
to go on every EMS run. Each Squad is staffed by one IFD FF/Paramedic and 1 FF/EMT.
Squad 14 responds to more than 2,000 calls a year.

 
Rescue Squad 14 - 2001 Ford F-450/2002 American Fire & Rescue - Light Rescue
Rescue Squad 14 - 2001 Ford F-450/2002 American Fire & Rescue - Light Rescue
Seen here on a detail at 10th Street and Downtown Canal
 
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Tactical Rescue 14 - "The War Wagon" - 2007 Ferrara Inferno Custom walk-in Heavy Rescue

With the delivery of this truck, Tactical 14 now runs as a Heavy Rescue for the near northside. It includes all of the equipment for
the Dive Rescue team, high and low-angle Rope Rescue, as well as airbags and other technical rescue tools for advanced extrications.
The Dive teams are equipped with Swift/Top/Dive/Ice rescue equipment, including low and high angle rope rescue equipment. Each team has at least 3 divers at all times and a full complament of shore and staff support on any water related run.

 
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Tactical Rescue 14 - "The War Wagon" - 2007 Ferrara Inferno Custom walk-in Heavy Rescue
IFD Stations 7 & 14 provide Dive, Swift Water, Top Water and Ice Rescue throughout Marion County. When a Water Rescue
call comes in for Battalions 11 or 12, the dive-trained crews from the Engine and Ladder 14 suit up and respond in the Squad
and Tactical 14. A trailer with a zodiac and john boat are pulled behind the Squad for all water rescues.
 
Boats 14 - 1999 Flat Bottom Alluminum Jon Boat - 40 hp outboard mercury/
2004 Inflatable Zodiac - 25 hp johnson
 
Tactical 14 - GMC/Utilimaster - Northside Dive Team Truck
Former Tactical 14 - 1994 GMC/Utilimaster - Dive Team Rescue
 
Special thanks Todd Wilson, Scott Huff, and the crew from "B" shift for their help in arranging many of these pictures!
 
Station 14's shark graphics and logos were designed by Lt. Scott Huff of Ladder 14.
To contact Scott Huff regariding Station Logo Desing email him at

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