Vehicles of CCFPD4
The Engines/Pumpers transport firefighters and water to an incident and carry equipment for firefighting operations. The Tenders are specialized vehicles capable of bringing water, foam, or dry chemicals to fire trucks in the field. The Ambulances transport patients to Olympic Medical Center (OMC). The district does not own brush trucks, specialized rescue vehicles, or other maintenance support vehicles. Vehicle inspections are conducted annually and the fleet is well maintained.
The District works with local air medical transport services that cover the Pacific Northwest. These services utilize numerous aircraft to support operations. Each offers ICU-level care during air transport. EMS helicopters typically operate within a 175-mile radius of their base but have the capability to fly longer distances. Fixed-wing aircraft can transport patients throughout the nation. District 4 responders work with PenCom Services and arrange medical air transport evacuations if needed.
The Fire safety education trailer is used for community events and prevention instruction.
Station 41 Vehicles
Station 42 Vehicles
The Command Vehicle is used by a senior officer of the fire district to respond to all incidents. It’s equipped with lightbars, sirens and long-range and short-range radios and other specialized equipment. The 401 designation refers to the Chief’s radio number.