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PF&R Fire Trivia for June 2011

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Station & Apparatus Response for June 2011

During June 2011, which one of Portland Fire & Rescue's 30 fire stations had the highest number of runs with 705?

(a)  Station 11 (located at 5707 SE 92nd Avenue)

(b)  Station 7 (located at 1500 SE 122 Avenue)

(c)  Station 1 (located at 55 SW Ash Street)

ANSWER: Station 1 had the most runs with 705.  Following closely were Station 7 with 650 runs and Station 11 with 404 runs.

During June 2011, which one of Portland Fire & Rescue's 30 fire engines had the highest number of runs with 337?

(a)  Engine 31 (temporarily located at 1520 NE 192nd)

(b)  Engine 7 (located at 1500 SE 122 Avenue)

(c)  Engine 1 (located at 55 SW Ash Street)

ANSWER: Engine 31 had the most runs with 337.  Following closely were Engine 7 with 320 runs and Engine 1 with 288 runs.

During June 2011, which one of Portland Fire & Rescue's nine fire trucks had the highest number of runs with 282?

(a)  Truck 13 (located at 926 NE Weidler Street)

(b)  Truck 7 (located at 1500 SE 122 Avenue)

(c)  Truck 1 (located at 55 SW Ash Street)

ANSWER: Truck 7 had the most runs with 282.  Following closely were Truck 1 with 206 runs and Truck 13 with 148 runs.

 

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rich matthews

July 8, 2011 at 10:28 AM

The station with 705 runs is St.7
The engine with 337 runs is E7
The truck with 282 runs is T7

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