1260 is the first engine out on vehicle crashes and is a backup to 1261 on house fires. It has a 500 gallon tank and 1500 gpm (gallon per minute) Waterous pump. The engine is equipped with an automatic foam pump that allows automatic mixing of foam for fire suppression. Once the onboard tank is depleted the engine can draft water from a hydrant, portable tank from a tanker, or a local water source such as a pond. It carries a crew of 6 firefighters. This engine has an all-LED emergency lighting system, an onboard hydraulic generator with a light mast for lighting the scene, and ample storage for firefighting and rescue equipment and tools. The engine also carries the hydraulic cutters and spreaders, air bags and stabilizing blocks for use during auto extrication operations.