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 Current Apparatus







Rescue 614-1 1989 Spartan/Saulsbury Heavy Rescue Pumper, 1500 G.P.M. Hale Pump, 750 Gallons of Water, 60 Gallon Foam Tank, 1500 Feet of 5 Inch Supply Line, 20 KW Hydraulic Generator w/ Light Tower, Hurst Tool, and various other Rescue Tools.


Attack 614-2 2002 Ford F-550 Diesel, 4 Wheel Drive Mini-Pumper, manufactured by KME, 500 GPM Hale Pump, with 250 Gallon Tank, On Board and Portable Lighting. Miscellaneous Rescue Equipment, including Foam capability. Serves as quick out unit for Water Rescue Response.


Tanker 614-4 1994 Mack Tanker/Pumper, 1500 G.P.M. Darley Pump, 2,500 Gallon Tank, and 3,000 Gallon Portable Tank Entire Unit was reconstruction from a roll over accident on Oct. 23, 2008, and placed back in Service on July 20, 2009.






 

 Past Apparatus - Retired Apparatus


1923 Howe Pumper

1933 Hahn Pumper

1947 Ford Pumper

1954 GMC/General Pumper

1951 Mack Pumper

1952 GMC 4x4 Army Tanker

Fire Department Equipment in 1984



Fire Department Equipment in 1974


 

Retired as of February 17, 2012
Squad 614-5
1990 Dodge Van (Although the marking on the Squad say "614-1", the corrected vehicle designation is "614-5") used for non-emergency calls and personnel carrier.

Engine 614-2 1981 Mack Pumper, Donated to the West Hamilton Beach Vol. Fire Dept. in Queens, New York on November 3, 2012. This fire department lost all their fire apparatus and fire equipment as a result of Hurricane Sandy.


 

 

 Past Apparatus - Retired to a Collector


1973 Mack CF-600 Pumper - Sold to the Blue Knob VFD, Blair County, Pa in June, 1999. It was resold in November, 2009 by the Blue Knob VFD to a Private Collector in Eastern PA.