Apparatus
Engine 295 (Retired)
1990 Grumman Firecat
Engine 295 was retired in December of 2020 and is due for replacement in early 2021. The Engine is currently in service with Independence Township Volunteer Fire Department in Beaver County.

2,000 GPM, 750 gallon water tank, 50 gallon of foam (class B), 1,500′ of 5″ supply line,
BLS EMS equipment, pre-piped deck gun, portable deck gun, 7 pre-connected hand lines
Rescue 295
2003 Saulsbury Heavy Rescue Pumper
Our Saulsberry Spartan Rescue is designed for rescue calls, as well as firefighting.

For firefighting the truck is equipped with:
� 1500 gallon per minute fire pump
� 500 gallon water tank
� 130 gallon foam tank
� Pre-connected hand-lines
� 1500 feet of 5″ water supply hose.


For rescue calls this unit is equipped with:
� Four pre-connected hydraulic rescue tools
� Rescue air bags & air shores
� 30 KW hydraulic driven generator
� 9000 watt light tower
� and many other portable rescue tools.
Squad 295 (Retired)
2006 Ford F-350
Squad 295 was retired in early 2020 and was replaced with a 2020 Ford F-250 (Photos coming soon).

295 Squad is used as a support vehicle, It is equipped with VHF / UHF radios. Carries a lock out kit, BLS EMS Bag, Brooms, Shovels, 6 Bags of Oil Dry, and 5 PFD's.
Truck 295 (Retired)
1989 Grumman Aerial Cat
Truck 295 was retired in December of 2020 and is scheduled for replacement in early 2021. The truck is currently in service with McDaniel’s Fire & Rescue in Breckinridge, Kentucky.

In March of 1998 the company purchased from the Cherry Hill, NJ company a 1989 95′ Grumman aerial tower at a cost of $275,000.
The truck had been on reserve status since 1994 and is in excellent condition. Modifications were necessary in order for the building to accommodate the larger vehicle. It was necessary to raise the garage door 24″ at a cost of $10,000. An additional $12,000 of new equipment and lighting were purchased for the aerial.

Some of the features found on the aerial include:
A totally enclosed cab for all firefighters to ride inside.
An automatic transmission
A 95′ aerial device with a full size ladder to the basket giving us the capability of mass evacuation without moving the aerial device.
A waterway capable of flowing 2,000 gallons per minute
A tandem rear axle for added stability and braking power.
Some of the equipment carried on the aerial will include a 12,000 watt diesel generator, electric cord reels, portable and stationary lighting, ventilation fans and rescue stokes baskets.
The truck fully loaded has an approximate weight of 67,000 pounds. The overall height is 11′ 10″ with a length of 45′ 3″. The basket capacity while not flowing water is 1,000 pounds. While flowing water the capacity is 500 pounds.

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