Indianapolis Fire Department
Reserve Ladders and Trucks
Reserve Ladder 110 riverside
Reserve Ladder 110 - 1989 E-One Hurricane 135' Rear-mount Ladder
RL-110 fills is shown subbing as Ladder 13 during this Water Rescue call along with White River.
 
Reserve Ladder 110 - 1989 E-One Hurricane 135' Rear-mount Ladder

Reserve Ladder 110 - 1989 E-One Hurricane 135' Rear-mount Ladder
Reserve Ladder 110 is the primary reserve ladder truck and is the tallest ladder in the IFD fleet.
It formerly served as Ladder 7 and 19.

 
Reserve Ladder 111 - 1991 Grumman Aerialcat 102' Rear-mount platform - 1500gpm/300gal

Reserve Ladder 111 - 1990 Grumman Aerialcat 102' Rear-mount platform - 1500gpm/300gal
Former Ladder 13

 
Reserve Ladder 111 - 1990 Grumman Aerialcat 102' Rear-mount platform - 1500gpm/300gal
Reserve Ladder 111 - 1990 Grumman Aerialcat 102' Rear-mount platform - 1500gpm/300gal
Former Ladder 13
 
Reserve Ladder 3 - 1989 International/Indiana Fire Service

Reserve Ladder 113 - 1989 International/Indiana Fire Apparatus Company
This truck formerly served as Strike Rig 5 and was replaced by a Medium Rescue Squad. Both former Strike Rigs are sent out
as last choice reserve ladders with tall ground ladders laying down the back of the unit. This is a similar setup to the way many
fire apparatus in England and Europe are arranged, but is pretty uncommon in the United States.

 
Reserve Ladder 114 - 1990 GMC/Indiana Fire Service

Reserve Ladder 114 - 1990 GMC/Indiana Fire Service
This truck formerly served as Strike Rig 18 and was replaced by a Medium Rescue Squad.

 

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