Station 3

25 Bullock Road

Station 3 is located at 25 Bullock Road in East Freetown and serves as the department’s headquarters and administrative offices. Station 3 is the town’s newest fire station and was opened on 1/1/2000. Its centralized location allows for a quick response to all areas of town. Station 3 is manned 24/7 by an on-duty crew of two firefighters. Station 3 houses one engine, one ambulance, one brush breaker, and one staff vehicle. Click on the links below for more information.

Engine 3 | Rescue 3 | Breaker 3 | Car 1

Engine 3

Engine 3 is a 2014 KME Predator Panther pumper. Engine 3 is the town’s primary pumping apparatus and is first due to all fire related calls in town. It is the department’s busiest firefighting vehicle. Engine 3 is equipped with a Hale 1,250 gallon per minute pump and a 1,000 gallon water tank. It features dual hydraulic racks for easy access to ground ladders and drafting equipment. Engine 3 is equipped with a thermal imaging camera as well as specialized Rapid Intervention Team equipment to help rescue trapped firefighters.
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Rescue 3

Rescue 3 is a 2012 Ford F-450/Horton 4x4 Type I Ambulance. Rescue 3 is a fully licensed and equipped Advanced Life Support ambulance and is the town’s primary EMS vehicle. Rescue 3 responds first due to all medical-related calls in town and is the department’s busiest and most frequently used vehicle. Rescue 3 is also used as a utility vehicle by the on duty crew to conduct non-emergency activities such as fire inspections.

Breaker 3

Breaker 3 is a 1976 AM General M35A2 6x6 brush breaker. It is a former military cargo truck that was acquired for no cost through federal excess and converted into a firefighting vehicle by department members at very little expense to the town. It was placed in service in 1999. Breaker 3 is first duefor all brush fires in town. It is equipped with a Hale 300 gallon per minutepump and a 750 gallon water tank. Built specifically for off-road use, its unique design allows it to access areas that typical firefighting vehicles cannot.

Car 1

Car 1 is a 2010 Ford Expedition 4x4 SUV. It serves as the Chief’s command vehicle and is equipped as a rapid response unit with a monitor/defibrillator, emergency medical supplies, 4 gas meter, thermal imaging camera, incident command accessories, Air Pak and multiple radios. Car 1 can act as a mobile command post for extended duration incidents and is also equipped to tow department boats and trailers.