Our Fleet

E59-10


• 2004 Pumper manufactured by 4 Guy Fire Apparatus on an HME Chassis
• 1500 gallon per minute pump with a 1500 gallon booster tank
• Compressed Air Foam System with 40 gallon Class A foam cell
• 15 kilowatt on-board generator and Wilburt Light Tower
• Seats the Engine Operator, Engine Officer, and four Firefighters
• E59-10 started its career with Adam’s Area Fire District before being purchased by the District in 2013
• First-due Engine to structure fires within the District, and to all mutual aid requests for an engine





E59-20


• 2000 Rescue Pumper manufactured by Pierce Fire Manufacturing
• 1250 gallon per minute pump with a 750 gallon booster tank
• 20 gallons of Class A foam and 10 gallons of Class B foam available from several discharges at concentrations adjustable from 0.1% to 6.0%
• Equipped with Hurst Hydraulic Extrication “Cutters” and “Spreaders”, cribbing, air bags, Haz-Mat equipment, Ice and Water rescue equipment, and a machinery entrapment kit
• 1800 watt Command Light Tower
• Seats the Engine Operator, Engine Officer, and four Firefighters
• First-due Engine to auto accidents and vehicle fires, including the section of the NYS Thruway we protect





E59-30


• 1996 Engine-Tanker manufactured by Pierce Fire Manufacturing
• 1250 gallon per minute pump with a 2500 gallon booster tank
• 10 gallons of Class A foam available from two discharges
• This “Engine-Tanker” is set up to function as a tanker and a fully equipped Class A attack engine
• 1800 watt Command Light Tower
• Seats the Engine Operator, Engine Officer, and two Firefighters
• Frequently requested for mutual aid due to the large water capacity by surrounding departments
• In 2016 the Board of Fire Commissioners approved a refurbishment package with Pierce Fire that sent E59-30 back to the factory for a complete body off refurbishment. This allowed E59-30 to come back an NFPA qualified 2016 Engine, and prevented the taxpayers from the burden of more than $400,000 dollars by delaying anticipated need for replacement by at least 15 years





R59-40


• 2006 Ford F-350 chassis diesel powered four wheel drive light rescue vehicle
• Utility body replacing the standard pick-up body
• Emergency medical supplies, including a trauma bag, emergency oxygen, automated external defibrillator (AED), burn kits, stokes basket and backboards, and a mass casualty kit
• Seats the Operator, Officer, and three Firefighters
• In addition, shelving is set up in the apparatus bay stocked with supplies for various other emergencies, including water evacuations, cellar pumps, and downed trees, allowing for quick response without always carrying around the equipment in the back of the rescue (Thanks to Coach Collins for the idea of palletizing the extra equipment for this piece of apparatus)