Engine 1814 is a 2013 Ferarra Inferno Class A pumper. This newest addition to the fleet sports a two seat air conditioned cab with a roof mounted storage cab. This engine's sole responsibilities are fire suppression and water supply, and does not carry any rescue tools for MVAs etc. The body of the engine has a combination of hinged and roll-up compartments. In addition to the standard engine company equipment, 1814 carries spare SCBA packs, a chimney bucket, extra strainers, and hose fittings for surrounding towns. There is hard suction hose mounted on the side of the engine, while the ladders are stored internally through the rear of the rig. There is a chrome deck gun, and pump panel compartments. The rear of the engine features an arrowstick. Warning devices include all Whelen LED lighting, a Federal Q2B siren, and Grover airhorns. Credit goes to Paulo R. for the brow light idea. Thanks!
This vehicle was purchased a few years ago, it is being used as a quick attack vehicle in a small airfield in North Studland that protects helicopters, light aircraft alongside lego set 7891, command jeep and a utility.