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RALEIGH – The following apparatus and operational changes have been announced by the Raleigh Fire Department effective Tuesday, February 5, 2013, at 08:00 hours:

APPARATUS CHANGES

  • Station 1 – Fire Investigations Unit renumbered “Car 401”
  • Station 5 – Air-1 relocated from Fire Station 8
  • Station 7 – Rescue 2 removed from service
  • Station 8 – Air-1 relocated to Fire Station 5; Division Chief renumbered “Car 20”
  • Station 9 – Battalion Chief 5 placed in service
  • Station 14 – Squad 14 placed in service; Rescue 3 removed from service
  • Station 15 – Squad 15 placed in service
  • Station 16 – Deputy Fire Marshal renumbered “Car 420”
  • Station 19 – Rescue 1 relocated to Fire Station 21
  • Station 21 – Rescue 1 relocated from Fire Station 19, placed in service as Heavy Rescue

DISPATCH CHANGES

  • A Squad or Rescue 1 will be dispatched to residential structure fires
  • A Squad and Rescue 1 will be dispatched to commercial, multi-family residential fires and MVCs with entrapment
  • Working Fire Dispatch will receive Rescue 1 and a Squad if not already assigned
  • Confined Space and High-Angle incidents will receive Rescue 1, Squad 14 and Squad 15

STRUCTURE FIRE ASSIGNMENTS
Residential Structure – 4 Engines, 2 Ladders, Squad or R1, BC
Multi-Family Residential Structure – 4 Engines, 2 Ladders, Squad, R1, 2 BCs, FM
Commercial Structure – 4 Engines, 2 Ladders, Squad, R1, 2 BCs, FM

WORKING FIRE DISPATCH
DC, 2nd BC (unless already assigned), Air-1, R1 (unless already assigned), Investigator

MULTIPLE ALARMS
2nd Alarm – 3 Engines, 2 Ladders, BC
3rd Alarm – 4 Engines
4th Alarm – 3 Engines
5th Alarm – 3 Engines

HIGH RISE ASSIGNMENTS
Initial Dispatch – 5 Engines, 2 Ladders, R1, DC, 2 BCs, FM
Working Fire – Air-1, Investigator
2nd Alarm – 5 Engines, 2 Ladders, BC
3rd Alarm – 5 Engines
4th Alarm –  5 Engines
5th Alarm – 5 Engines

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