RDU Fire Rescue Vehicles

 

Raleigh-Durham International Airport's Fire Rescue Department has five response vehicles that are used to respond to incidents at the airport.

Photo of an emergency services vehicle at RDU CFR-1
CFR-1 is a 2005 Ford F-550 mini pumper with a Four Guys rescue body. CFR-1 holds 300 gallons of water and 15 gallons of foam. CFR-1 responds to many incidents at RDU. It is the first to respond to any medical call, vehicle accident or other emergency call.


Photo of an emergency services vehicle at RDU

CFR-2
CFR-2 is a 2000 Oshkosh T1500 Crash Truck. CFR-2 holds 1500 gallons of water, 210 gallons of foam, and 450 pounds of dry chemical. Fire engineers can use a combination of these extinguishing agents through the truck’s roof turret and bumper turret which are controlled from within the truck.


Photo of an emergency services vehicle at RDU

CFR-3
CFR-3 is a 2000 Oshkosh T1500 Crash Truck. CFR-3 holds 1500 gallons of water, 210 gallons of foam, and 450 pounds of dry chemical. Fire engineers can use a combination of these extinguishing agents through the truck’s roof turret and bumper turret which are controlled from within the truck.


Photo of an emergency services vehicle at RDU

CFR-4
CFR-4 is a 2000 Oshkosh T3000 crash truck. CFR-4 holds 3000 gallons of water, 420 gallons of foam, and 450 pounds of dry chemical. Fire engineers can use a combination of these extinguishing agents through the truck’s roof turret and bumper turret which are controlled from within the truck.


Photo of an emergency services vehicle at RDU


CFR-10
CFR-10, a command vehicle, is a 2000 Ford Excursion.