Anderson Fire Department
Stations 7 & 8

The city of Anderson is located 38 miles NE of Indianapolis along I-69 in southwestern Madison County. Anderson 's 7 stations provide Fire, Rescue and ALS protection to more than 60,000 residents.

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Station 7
Station 7 - 2230 East 8th Street at Scaterfield Road (IN-9)
Built in 1965, the 7's is a single-engine house protecting the far east side of town including the Anderson Municipal Airport
and the Anderson University Campus.
 
Engine 7 - 2004 Pierce Enforcer Rescue Pumper - 1250gpm Waterous Pump/750gal/25gal Foam
Engine 7 - 2002 Pierce Enforcer Rescue Pumper - 1250gpm Waterous Pump/750gal/25gal Foam
 
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Engine 7 - 2002 Pierce Enforcer Rescue Pumper - 1250gpm/750gal/25gal Foam
 
Station 8 - Southside - 105 West 53rd Street
Station 8 - Southside - 105 West 53rd Street
Station 8 responds to the city's largest district across the southside of Anderson, including 6 miles of I-69.
Firehouse 8 was built in 1969 and currently serves as the home to Ladder 8 (Quint) and ALS Medic 2.
 
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Ladder 8 - 2004 Sutphen Imperial SPH 100' Mid-mount platform (#HS3840) - 2000gpm/300gal
This apparatus was purchased as a demo at FDIC 2005. It's five-man crew runs as a Quint with it's own Engine company district.
Ladder 8 also responds to all structure fires across the entire southside of the city.
 
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Ladder 8 - 2004 Sutphen Imperial SPH 100' Mid-mount platform (#HS3840) - 2000gpm/300gal
 
Ladder 8 - 2004 Sutphen Imperial SPH 100' Platform - 1500gpm/300gal
Ladder 8 - 2004 Sutphen Imperial SPH 100' Mid-mount platform (#HS3840) - 2000gpm/300gal
 
ALS Medic 2 -2004 Ford E450/Lifestar
ALS Medic 2 -2004 Ford E450/Lifestar
Medic 2 currently shares quarters with Engine 8 and responds to ALS and BLS incidents on the city's south side.
 
Reserve Ladder (former E-8) - 1991 Pierce Lance 65' Telesquirt 1500gpm/300gal
Former Engine 8 - 1991 Pierce Lance 65' Telesquirt 1500gpm/300gal
After serving for a short time as a reser ve ladder, this apparatus was sold to the Town of Syracuse, Indiana in 2005.
 
Special thanks to FF Rob Gillum for arranging L-8 for these pictures.
 
 


Anderson Fire Department