Current Apparatus

Truck 251 

Truck 251 is a 2002 Pierce Dash purchased from Huntley Illinois in September of 2013 . It is equipped with a 8 man cab, 2000 GPM pump and a 500 Gallon water tank. Carries 800′ of 5″ supply line as well as 500′ 3″ supply line. It has 4 pre-connected cross lays (2) 1 3/4″  x 200′, (1) 2 1/2″ x 200′ and (1) 2″ x 200′ as well as (1) 1 3/4″ x 150′ trash line. It  also carries 10 Scott Nxg2 4500 psi SCBA as well as a full complement of truck company tools including saws, hooks and ventilation fans. Also it carries rope rescue equipment, 5 Thermal Imaging Camera’s and first aid equipment.  Also it has MDT with preplanning software as well as CAD software with mapping

Truck 251 responds to structure fires and fire alarms.   Truck 251 is 1st due truck company to Kingston Twp., Dallas Boro., Northmoreland Twp. (Wyoming Co.)  parts of Dallas Twp., Lehman Twp.,Lake Twp., and  Franklin Twp.

Engine 251

Engine  251 is a 1996 Spartan/ Ferrera  purchased from Hazle Twp Fire and Rescue Pennsylvania  in September of 2002 . It is equipped with a 8 man cab, 1500  GPM pump and a 750 Gallon water tank. Carries 1000′ of 5″ supply line as well as 200′ 3″ supply line with a portable master stream device. It has 3 pre-connected crosslays (2) 1 3/4″  x 200′   and (1) 2″ x 200′ as well as (1) 1 3/4″ x 150′ trash line and (1) 1 3/4″ x 100′ foam line. It  also carries 6 Scott Nxg2 4500 psi SCBA as well as a full complement of engine company tools. Also it carries a 4-gas meter, Thermal Imaging Camera, carbon monoxide detector, (4) 5 gallon buckets of AR-AFFF Foam, (4) 5 gallon buckets of Flouroprotein Foam and first aid equipment.  Also it has MDT with preplanning software as well as CAD software with mapping.

Engine 251 responds to structure fires, fire alarms, Motor Vehicle accidents and other kinds of emergencies

Squad 251 

 Squad 251 is a 1988 Ford/E-One purchased from the Wyoming Hose Co. #1 Pennsylvania in March of 2015.  It is equipped with a Ford C-8000 Cab and a 20′ walk in rescue body with seating for 4 firefighters.  Vehicle is equipped with 4 Scott Nxg2 4500 psi SCBA as well as a full complement of vehicle rescue tools, hand tools, haz-mat supplies and other equipment for public assist.  This vehicle will be used to support our truck and engine.

 Squad 251 responds to structure fires, fire alarms, motor vehicle accidents and other kinds of emergencies.

 

Former Apparatus

Quint 251

                  

The Former Quint 251 is a 1992 Spartan/LTI 75′ Quint purchased from the East Amhearst Fire Department in the mid 1990’s, it has 1500 GPM pump and a  300 Gallon tank, seating for 8 personal.   Sold to Sweet Valley Fire Department in October 2013 when Truck 251 (2002 Pierce)  was placed in service.

Engine 64

The former Engine 64 was a 1987 KME with a 1000 GPM pump and 1000 gallon tank.  This apparatus was one of first KME in Luzerne County PA.  Sold to Laceyville Fire Department in the mid 1990’s when Quint 251 was placed in service.

Engine 66

The former Engine 66 was a 1983 Ford/ Darley with a 1000 GPM pump and 1000 gallon tank.    Sold  in 2004 when Engine 251 was placed into service.

Squad 69

The former Squad 69 was a 1986 GMC/Reading utility with a 4500 psi cascade system.     Sold to a private contractor  in 2003.

Engine 64

The former Engine 64 was a 1972 Ford/Imperial with a 1000 GPM pump and 1000 gallon tank.   Sold to Courtdale Fire Department in 1987 when Engine 64 (KME) was placed in service.

Engine 65

The former Engine 65 was a 1954 Pirsch with a 750 GPM pump and 1000 gallon tank.    Sold to a private collector  early 1990’s.

1962 Chevrolet Tanker

The Former Tanker was purchased in 1962 from Bonner Chevrolet in Kingston.  Was Converted sometime in the 1970’s or 1980’s to a flat bed to haul bandshell.

Tanker  during conversion from Tanker to flatbed/utility truck

1969 Bruco Squad Truck (Still attempting to find a picture)

The former Squad was purchased sometime in the 1970’s  from Palmyra Fire Department. Sold sometime in the early 1980’s when the 1986 GMC/Reading Squad was placed in service.

Apparatus in front of Station in 1975 for 50th anniversary

From (L to R) 1972 Ford/Imperial Pumper, 1962 Chevrolet Tanker,1954 Pirsch Pumper

Bandshell

The former Bandshell was sold sometime in the 1990’s to the Pittston Tomato Festival when members of the fire department stopped having bazaars, auctions

Utility Truck Hauling Bandshell

Bandshell on Public Square Wilkes Barre City sometime in the 1980’s