Fire/Rescue

The Rudolph Volunteer Fire Department responds to any emergency call within our 226 square mile service area, including structure, vehicle, grass, brush and forest fires.  We operate seven engines, two ladder trucks, two brush trucks and one wild land 6x6/ATV.  In our service area we do not have fire hydrants so we must carry our water in tanker trucks.  We currently have nine tanker trucks that carry water from our water source to the scene of the fire.

For rescue situations, the Rudolph Fire Department operates three rescue units.  All three rescue units carry equipment for vehicle extraction and first responder calls.  An engine always accompanies our rescue when they respond to a vehicle accident.

For more information regarding our specific equipment see our 
Stations & Equipment page.

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