- This article is about the fire truck. For information about the forklift, see Petrol Pulaski.
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Pulaski was a fire engine, that was a firefighter in Piston Peak Fire Department and structural engineer that worked in Piston Peak National Park, were he was responsible for protecting the buildings and bridges.
Pulaski was a fire engine. He was a firefighter in Piston Peak Fire Department and structural engineer that worked in Piston Peak National Park, were he was responsible for protecting the buildings and bridges. Rake was his assistant, who always has been on his side. His fire engine identification number was E-64.
Pulaski oversaw the evacuation of tourists from Grand Fusel Lodge due to the fire in the area dangerously approaching their location. During the evacuation he and Rake oversaw the take off of planes from Grand Fusel Lodge. Later he helped cars evacuate through main road during which he got hit by falling debris which damages his water hose. He, together with other cars got surrounded by fire and rescued by Piston Peak Air Attack team after what they all left for the save area.
A few days later, he arrives with Rake, Ol' Jammer and André at the Piston Peak Air Attack team's base to see that Dusty Crophopper getting better after experiencing the an accident while fighting the fire. Then then traveled to Propwash Junction for local airport reopening ceremony and Corn Festival.
Pulaski was a fire engine that had 7571 littre (2000-gallon) tank and could pump water at 3785 littres (1000 gallons) per minute. He was painted yellow with blue lines on his sides that have white borders. His eyes were brown.
- Pulaski is Piston Peak's structural engineer, responsible for protecting the buildings and bridges in the park. With a 2000-gallon tank, he can pump water at 1000 gallons per minute, but protecting the renovated Grand Fusel Lodge—considered the largest log structure in the world—may prove impossible, even for Pulaski.
- source: Meet the Planes: Fire & Rescue
- He was named after Ed Pulaski, who was known for his heroism in saving most of his crew during the Great Fire of 1910 by sheltering in an abandoned mine.
- His Polish name, Pułaski is a reference to Casimir Pulaski (Polish: Kazimierz Pułaski), soldier and military commander of Army of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and Continental Army.
- His Russian name, Пожарски (Pozharsky), is a reference to Dmitry Pozharsky (Russian: (Дмитрий Пожарский), a prince who led Russian forces against Polish-Lithuanian invaders in 1611 to 1612 towards the end of the Time of Troubles. In Russian, пожар (pozhar) means "fire".
Names in other languages
- Polish: Pułaski
- Russian: Пожарски (transcription: Pozharsky)