Indianapolis Fire Department

Station 18 - Near Westside

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IFD Station 18 - 42 North Warman Avenue - Hawthorne Area
This firehouse opened in December 20, 1994 and replaced a much smaller house located about 1/2 mile away at Tibbs and Washington Street. Station 18 is home to Engine 18, TSU 18 and a Hazmat Support Truck.

Engine 18 - 2009 Ferrara Inferno Custom Pumper (#H-4264) - 2000gpm/500gal/40gal Foam


Engine 18 - 2009 Ferrara Inferno Custom Pumper (#H-4264) - 2000gpm/500gal/40gal Foam


Engine 18 - 2009 Ferrara Inferno Custom Pumper (#H-4264) - 2000gpm/500gal/40gal Foam


Tactical Support Unit 18 - 2007 GMC C5500/2008 E-One/Classic Fire (#134875)
TSU 18 provides air support for all working incidents on the city's east side and downtown. This unique rig had just been purchased by Perry Township immediately prior to its merger with IFD in 2008. It never entered service at Perry Township, but rather sat for more than a year awaiting assignment. Eventually, it was assigned to IFD Squad 29. It was retired from Squad service in 2014, but was reassigned as TSU 18 in the fall of 2016.

Support 18 - 1985 International S 1754/Omaha Stake Bed Truck
Support 18 is an unmanned unit available to respond to larger Hazmat incidents. It carries OilSorb and sixteen 55-gallon drums of Cold Fire.

Support 18 - 1985 International S 1754/Omaha Stake Bed Truck


Indianapolis Fire Department Station 18 - 42 North Warman Avenue - Near Westside