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UPDATE: All Mdewakanton Public Safety classes have been canceled until further notice.

Engine 11

Engine 11 is a 2000 E-One commercial chassis fire engine. It serves as our first out apparatus for the majority of fire and rescue responses. Engine 11 was the second fire truck Mdewakanton Public Safety took delivery of, and it went into service in the 2002. It is equipped with 1,000 gallons of water, a 1,250 GPM pump, a foam fire suppression system and fire fighting and auto extrication tools.

Engine 11 Specs

Drop Valves
Manufacture date:1/5/2000
Type:Structure Engine
Cab type:Commercial
Engine:International 4900 Diesel
Pump type/size:Waterous 1,250 GPM
Pump panel:Side mount (Open Top)
Tank:1,000 Gallons
Emergency lighting:Federal Signal Vector light bar, Federal Signal FireRay strobes-front of hood and side, Federal Signal rotators-rear top of hose bed, flashers in tailboard and both side under pump panels.
Wheelbase:21’ 3”
Overall length:31’
Overall height:9’3”