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Engine 307 is a 2001 Pierce Dash fire engine which includes a 500-gallon water tank and seats up to six personnel. This piece of apparatus is used as the primary firefighting engine and is also used during other emergency responses such as car accidents and first responder / medical emergencies. Engine 307 key equipment features include: a 1,250 gallon per minute water pump; 1,200 feet of 4-inch supply line; 500 feet of 3-inch supply line; 975 feet of 1.75-inch attack line; 300 feet of 2.5-inch attack line; Akron Brass attack nozzles; ladders; 5 SCBA packs; multiple ceiling hooks; forcible entry tools; a thermal imaging camera; emergency medical equipment; fire extinguishers; foam; and, a battery-operated Holmatro combi tool.