Indianapolis Fire Department
Station 5

"16th Street Connection"

Engine - Tactical Collapse Rescue

Indianapolis Fire Department Station 5 - 155 West 16 Street - Methodist Hospital
Opened: June 17, 1983
 
Squad 5 and Engine 5 at Station 7/Headquarters for weekly training
Squad 5 and Engine 5 at Headquarters for weekly training
 
Engine 5 os
Engine 5 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper (#3564) - 2000gpm/500gal
Engine 5 responds from it's station diagonally across from Methodist Hospital. Station 5 is first due in the busy medical
and business areas along 16th street just north of downtown Indianapolis.
 
Engine 5 - 2003 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal
Engine 5 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper (#3564) - 2000gpm/500gal
 
E5 snow
Engine 5 handles a car fire on the snowiest day in 13 years. 12.8" of snow fell in Indy on January 28, 2009.
 
Engine 5 - 2003 American LaFrance Eagle Custom - 1500gpm/500gal
Engine 5 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper (#3564) - 2000gpm/500gal
Engine 5 is first due in the busy medical and business area just north of downtown Indianapolis
 
Squad 5 - 1994 Freightliner FL-70
Tactical 5 - 1994 Freightliner FL-70/American Fire Rescue - Walk-around Medium Rescue
Tactical 5 now runs with Tactical 1 as part of the Collapse Rescue Team
 
Squad 5 - 1994 Freightliner FL-70
Tactical 5 - 1994 Freightliner FL-70/American Fire Rescue
Squad 5 previously responded to all accidents and ALS calls with a paramedic and 1 FF/EMT. The ALS Squad 5 was
disbanded as an active apparatus in December 2005. It was then reassigned as Tactical 5 in mid-2006.
 
Squad 5 - 1994 Freightliner FL-70
Tactical 5 - 1994 Freightliner FL-70/American Fire Rescue
 

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