1956 Howe Pumper purchased from El-Mor Chevrolet in 1956. This truck was retired and puchased by Dave Shirey. The truck still resides in our community and takes part in special events.
Our First Tanker
1969 Chevrolet - 1,800 gallon tank and a 250 GPM Pump. The tank was a used stainless steel milk tank. During the flood of 1972, this truck was used to haul drinking water for two weeks into Birdsboro. The water was pumped from the ponds at the Bethlehem Steel Company in Morgantown. This truck came from El-Mor Chevrolet and was sold in 1999.
1976 Brush Unit
1976 Chevrolet Salisbury Brush Truck. 200 Gallon Tank and a 250 GPM Pump. This truck was painted red in the 1990s and sold privately in 2005.
1989 Ford FMC Engine
1989 Ford FMC Engine. 1000 gallons of water with a 1250 pump. This truck was sold to White Sulphur Springs Volunteer Fire Department in Montana in 2007
1991 Ford 4-Guys Tanker. This truck had a 1,900 gallon tank and a 1,250 GPM pump. This truck was originally purchased for $96,000. In January 2001, this truck was totaled in an accident en-route to assist a neighboring company with a structure fire.
Dodge Power Wagon
A Dodge Power Wagon was donated by the Bureau of Forestry strictly for brush fires. This unit was returned to the Bureau and a 1986 Chevy Brush Truck was give in return (1986 still in use today)
A 1979 GMC 4-Guys Tanker was purchased from the Honey Brook Fire Company in 1999. This provided us with a 3,000 gallon tank and a 1,000 GPM pump. This truck was replaced with the current Tanker 24, and was sold to the Lake Waccamaw Fire Department in South Carolina in 2007
2004 Pierce Contender Engine
Our 2004 Pierce Contender Engine was bought from a department in Texas in 2008. Unit was in service untill July of 2016 when it was sold to Woodburn Fire Department in Indiana.
2004 Ford F550 Brush Truck
Brush 24 was built by the Geigertown Fire Company in late 2003 after purchasing the chassis from Manderbach Ford. The "fire body" of the truck was built and installed by Continental Fire in Trenton NJ. This truck served as the "first-out" Brush piece until December 2017. The truck was sold to the Friendship Fire Company in Friendship Indiana and will run in the same capacity for them.
2001 Freightliner/New Lexington Engine-Tanker 24
Engine-Tanker 24 was purchased new in 2001 and served the community until April of 2018 when it was sold to De Soto Fire Dept. in Missouri. ET24 was replaced with the Ferrara Ladder
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2019 - 420 Calls
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2017 - 359 Calls
2016 - 296 Calls
2015 - 299 Calls
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