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Natrona County Fire and EMS
Natrona County Fire and EMS
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Listening to the Natrona County 800MHz APCO25 public safety system. Monitoring Station alert which is used to dispatch all 911 calls for the county, and Fire Dispatch 1 which is the primary traffic carrying channel for all 911 calls. NOW ALSO STREAMING WHP!!
Here is a brief rundown of each fire station and their equipment. All stations will identify themselves with a station number that is also assigned to each piece of equipment.
Station-1 belongs to Casper Fire Dept. It is at 1st and David. This station houses several pieces of equipment ranging from a fire engine to a ladder truck. It is also home to Rescue 1 which will respond to all vehicle accident calls in the city as well as other calls when they are requested.
Station-2 belongs to Casper fire and is located by Mike Cedar park, just below the college. This is a small station that houses a fire engine and a wildland fire truck called Brush 2.
Station-3 belongs to Casper FIre and is located at 15th and Beverly. It is the newest station in the fleet. It houses several fire engines as well as the communications backup vehicle used at large incidents.
Station-5 belongs to Casper and is located at 15th and Wyoming Blvd. It houses a fire engine and brush truck.
Station-6 is another Casper fire station, located in Paridise Valley. It houses a fire engine and the hazardous meterials response vehicle called Haz-Mat 6.
Station-7 belongs to Natrona County Fire district and is located on Robertson road. The station houses several fire engines, brush trucks,water tenders,and a rescue truck designated as "Squad 7" on the radio. Either station 7 or 13 respond to all 911 calls in Natrona county that are not in the city of Casper.
Station-8 is the fire station at Natrona County airport. The airport firefighters are responsible for all medical calls on and around the airport as well as all fire and law enforcement calls on the property. They designate themselves as Crash FIre Rescue, so "CFR 8" is a commonly used piece of equipment.
Station-9 is the Townof Mills fire department. It houses several fire engines, brush trucks, water tenders, and is also home to two ambulances (MS-48 and MS-85).
Station-11 is the Town of Barnunn's station. It houses fire engines, brush trucks, a squad, and water tenders. It is very common to hear this station on I-25 north of Casper.
Station-12 is the Town of Evansville's station. It houses several fire engines, brush trucks, and is home to two ambulances ( MS-164 and MS-166).
Station-13 is Natrona County Fire's second station. Located on the east side of Casper near Lathrop road, it houses fire engines, brish trucks, and a rescue called "Squad 13".
Station-14 is Casper Mtn. Fire and is located at the top of Casper Mtn. With it's primary response being wildland fires, it houses a number of brush trucks, water tenders and fire engines.
Station(s)-16&17 belong to the towns of Midwest/Edgerton. Commonly called "Salt Creek Emergency Services", they have multiple fire engines, brush trucks, and house an ambulance (MS-44)