- Location Information
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Monarch Fire House #1
15700 Baxter Road
St. Louis, MO 63017 Fire Station 1 was built in 1986 and sits at the intersection of Baxter and Old Clarkson Rds.
2000 Pierce Dash with 105 foot ladder, 1500 gpm pump, 1000 feet of 3? and 5? hose, four 1-3/4? pre-connects, 500 gallon booster tank. In addition to a standard complement of engine company tools and equipment, a Holmatro hydraulic rescue tool with spreaders and cutters are also on board. 2212 is equipped with the tools and pharmacy that make it Advanced Life Support Capable.
2004 Pierce Dash, this unit carries a complement of specialized tools which can be used in technical rescue situations including: trench, confined space, high angle, water, building collapse, automobile and machinery rescues. It has two pre-connected Holmatro hydraulic rescue systems commonly used in automobile accidents and an 8,000 pound Warn winch. A 25kw PTO-driven generator provides power to the 15-foot telescoping light tower with six 1500-watt lights. This unit is also equipped a 21 CFM breathing air compressor and a four bottle cascade system for refilling SCBA on the scene of emergencies. 2216 is equipped with the tools and pharmacy that make it Advanced Life Support Capable.
2011 International 4300DT with a Fontaine extended cab chassis. 2217 has a custom MEDTEC Ambulance conversion patient care area, which is equipped with state of the art diagnostic equipment and a complete prehospital pharmacy. This equips our paramedic crews with the capability to provide first class pre-hospital emergency care. Every Monarch Fire Protection District ambulance is defined as LRSV (Life Support Rescue Vehicle). The nomenclature indicates that our on-duty staff is trained and equipped to provide lifesaving patient care and lifesaving rescues making Monarch FPD a full emergency service Fire District.
2010 Polaris UTV 6 wheel drive off road vehicle. Combination brush fire attack vehicle and search and rescue vehicle.