Lafayette Fire Department
Stations 7-9

The City of Lafayette is located 65 miles northwest of Indianapolis along I-65. First organized in 1836, Lafayettes 8 stations provide Fire, Tactical Rescue, Hazmat and limited BLS protection to 68,000 residents and 30 square miles in the City of Lafayette and Fairfield Township. ALS services are provided on a county-wide basis by
Tippecanoe Co. EMS.

Lafayette Station 7
Station 7 - 2150 South 18th Street
Located in the south-central portion of Lafayette, Station 7 is home to Engine 7 and Rescue Squad 7.
 
Lafayette E7
Engine 7 - 2002 Kenworth/Pierce - 1250gpm/500gal
This truck formerly served as Engine 1 as shown by it's markings here. It was reassigned as E-7 in early 2006.
Engine 7 is generally the busiest engine company in the department.
 
Rescue Squad 7 - 2000 International 4900/Marion walk-in Heavy Rescue
Rescue Squad 7 - 2000 International 4900/Marion walk-in Heavy Rescue
LFD runs two rescue squads to cover extrications and tactical rescues. The twin to this unit responds from Station 1.
 
Rescue Squad 7 - 2000 International 4900/Marion walk-in Heavy Rescue
Rescue Squad 7 - 2000 International 4900/Marion walk-in Heavy Rescue
LFD runs two rescue squads to cover extrications and tactical rescues. The twin to this unit responds from Station 1.
 
Engine 7 - 2002 Spartan/Smeal/LTI 75' Rear-mount ladder - 1500gpm/500gal
Engine 8 - 2002 Spartan/Smeal/LTI 75' 75' Rear-mount ladder - 2000gpm/750gal
Engine 7's Quint was reassigned to E-8 in mid-2006. This rig is the only Smeal at Lafayette and was purchased with the
same configuration as St. Louis, Missouri's Quint Fleet. E-8 responds from a single-engine station on the city's southwest side.
 
Station 9 - - Southeast
Station 9 - Southeast
Station 9 is located on the City's southeast side on S 475 East beside the Lafayette training facility. This station's construction
was requested by Fairfield Township to help cover the growing southeast side and the enormous SVI auto plant along IN-25/38.
Former Engine 9 is shown here before it's reassignment to Engine 1 in mid-2006.
 
Engine 9 side
Engine 9 - 2002 Kenworth/Pierce Pumper - 1250gpm/500gal
 
Foam 1
Foam 1 -1978 GMC/Omaha/Clark Truck - 305 gallons foam
 
Former Engine 1 - Reserve
Former Engine 1 - 1984 Seagrave HB Pumper 1250gpm/500gal
Reserve Engine 1 is kept at the LFD Training Facility behind Station 9. This rig was refurbished at RPI in the 1990's and
served at Station 1 until 1999. It now serves as the second reserve pumper after Engine 10.
 

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