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CORINTH FIRE DEPARTMENT
CORINTH, VERMONT
CORINTH AND EAST CORINTH MERGED 1/1/2018

Population: 1,461Area: 48.6 Sq MilesTransporting Ambulance Svc:
Call Volume: ?Staffing: PATCH
Official WebsiteFrequency: Dispatched by:
FIRE STATIONS
STATION
LOCATION
PHOTOS
Cookeville Station Cookeville Road
(E2, E3)
East Corinth Station (HQ) Village Road
(E1, E4, HR1)
APPARATUS/VEHICLES
UNIT ID
SPECIFICATIONS
PHOTOS
ENGINES
Engine 1 1994 Pierce Lance 1250/1000 (ex Oxford Center, in svc 2018)
Engine-Tank 2 1987 Simon-Duplex/Young 2500 gal (in svc 2010)
Engine-Tank 3 1986 International/American Eagle 1250/1300 (ex Columbia CT)
Engine 4 1988 Spartan/FMC 1500/750
(donated by Riverside Fire Co in Oxford, CT in early 2016)
SPECIAL UNITS
Heavy Rescue 1 1990 GMC Brigadier/E-One heavy rescue (ex Bolston, CT)



RETIRED VEHICLES / FORMER STATIONS
STATIONS
LOCATION
PHOTOS
East Corinth Station 1 Village Road  
UNIT BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
???? Ford C/Pierce East Corinth Engine 2 NO PHOTO
1960 Maxim F/Gowans Knight Refurb 750/500 Engine 1 (E. Corinth) (ex Southington, CT) NO PHOTO
1974 Maxim S 1000/750 Engine 3 (E. Corinth)(ex Barre) NO PHOTO
1980 International 750/1200 4x4 Tanker 2 (E. Corinth)(ex West Fairlee T1) NO PHOTO
1988 Ford/E-One 1250/750 East Corinth (ex Ledyard) NO PHOTO
1989 KME/Ranger 1250/1000 East Corinth (ex Torrington, in svc 2013) NO PHOTO
1988 Simon-Duplex/Young 1500/1000 Engine 1



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