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Unit(s)TruckEngineSquadAmbMedicTotal Responses
20163481,6247573,098945,921
20155721,2647463,064775,723
20145171,3026712,889775,456
20135911,3236623,033445,653
20125151,5224203,7006,219
2011N/AN/AN/AN/A5,714
20104571,4437333,3145,947
2009N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
20085291,2145592,8485,150
2007 4731,2777272,9455,422
20060*1,369 7742,5044,657
2005167*1,5997222,4794,973
2004316*1,1669372,3414,760
20034401,1901,0842,2174,955
2002N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
2001302* 1,0931,438 **1,9864,833
20002901,250 8241,8984,275
1999353835569 **1,6363,704
19983469815991,6713,619
19974119796741,6784,034
1996214*9367181,5603,565
19953111,0686881,7323,799

Truck 1 OOS for 8 Months in 1996, 6 Months in 2001, 2 months in 2004. 5 months in 2005 and new unit delivered in late 2006 not yet in service. Scheduled for in service early 2007.
*** MSU Service terminated in 2006.

Unit Responses

A unit response is the unit responding on a single incident. The engine company, regardless of whether one or both pumpers respond, is considered a single unit response. On box alarms, house assignments, accidents and other incidents, more than one unit may respond.

The significant increase in unit responses in 2001 can be attributed to a significant rise in Squad responses with a squad added to every box alarm and house assignment, as well as the ladder truck being out of service for most of the year.

Updated: January 2, 2014