171 – A 1992 E-ONE / Engine, it sports a 1250 GPM (gallons per minute) pump and a 750 gallon water tank. The interior includes seating for six personnel, five of which are S.C.B.A. This engine carries 1000 feet of 5′ hose, 4 pre-connected attack lines, a deck gun, and a 600 GPM portable pump. This engine is our second due and is used as a water supply truck for mutual aid calls.


172 – A 2008 Rosenbauer Engine Rescue, it includes a 1250 GPM pump, a 1000 gallon water tank, and a 30 gallon class A foam tank. Interior seating allows for eight personnel, five of which are S.C.B.A. This engine has 1000 feet of 5′ hose and 4 pre-connected attack lines, a cutters edge saw, BlitzFire portable monitor, deck gun, thermal imaging camera, multigas meter, and many miscellaneous tools. This engine is our first due for all fires.


Truck-17 – A 1987 100′ Sutphen Tower Ladder, it has a 1250 GPM pump but has no water. It seats a total of four personnel, three of which are S.C.B.A. This truck carries 500 feet of 5′ hose on it, along with many different sizes of ladders including: 3- 28 ft, 1- 16 ft, 1- 10 ft, 1- 24 ft, 1- 35 ft, 1- 14 ft A- Frame and 1 – attic ladder. This truck is a rolling toolbox; it packs a thermal imaging camera and many miscellaneous hand and ventilation tools on board. This is the only tower/ladder truck in the Town of Hoosick. It protects our village and provides mutual aid to surrounding communities.