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Indianapolis Fire Department
Station 6 - Nora

Northside Water Rescue Station

Engine - Ladder - Ambulance - Tactical Rescue - Boat
Newborn Critical Care Transport

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Indianapolis Fire Department Station 6 - 1599 East 86th Street - Nora/Keystone at the Crossing
Indianapolis Fire Department Station 6 - 1599 East 86th Street - Nora/Keystone at the Crossing
 
Engine 223 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal
Engine 6 - 2001 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal
 
Engine 6 - 2001 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal
Engine 6 - 2001 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal
 
Ladder 6 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI 102' Rear-mount Platform
Ladder 6 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI 102' Rear-mount Platform
Ladder 1 is 1 of 7 platform ladders in the IFD fleet. The others are stationed at 1, 10,13, 15,19, 22, & 43
 
Ladder 6 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI 102' Rear-mount Platform
Ladder 6 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI 102' Rear-mount Platform - Serial #K30601
Ladder 6 has a twins at Station 10 and 19
 
Tactical Rescue 6 - 2004 Chevy Suburban
Tactical Rescue 6 - 2004 Chevy Suburban
This rig pulls the department's Jon Boat and Zodiac to all top water, swift water and ice rescues. Inside it carries dive
equipment and dry suits for all water incidents. One person is pulled off the Ladder to drive this rig and the boats to all
incidents throughout the Township. When Divers are needed, either IFD 14 or Fishers' Dive Teams can be called in for support.
 
Medic 6 - 2004 Ford E-450/MedTec
Medic 6 - 2008 Chevy 4500/PL Custom
This apparatus was purchased as a demo unit from PL Custom, but was the first IFD Ambulance to be customized with
IFD EMS's new graphics package.
 
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Medic 6 - 2008 Chevy 4500/PL Custom
 
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Medic 6 - 2008 Chevy 4500/PL Custom
 
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Pathfinder 1 - St. Vincent Newborn & Pediatric Transport - 2008 Sterling/Horton
The St.Vincent Newborn and Pediatric Transport Service is designed to provide sick or premature babies safe transportation
from area hospitals to St. Vincent. This unique apparatus currently responds from IFD Station 6 to the Peyton Manning Children's
Hospital. From there a team of medical professionals, including a neonatologist, a registered nurse and a respiratory therapist will
depart for the outlying facility in this specially designed neonatal transport ambulance.
 
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Pathfinder 1 - St. Vincent Newborn & Pediatric Transport - 2008 Sterling/Horton
Pathfinder 1 can accommodate multiple babies. It is equipped with a self-contained, airborne transport isolette providing the
best possible care for small children as they are transported to a more highly specialized medical setting.

 
 
Special Thanks to Captain Dennis Everts and the entire "B" shift crew for their help in arranging these pictures!
 

Indianapolis Fire Department

Former Washington Township Station 223

Indianapolis Metropolitan Professional Firefighters Local 416