Unit will be certified as a QRS unit and carry all required equipment as set forth by the state. Unit will also run to assist Fire Police on calls...
- Cummins ISL 400HP Diesel
- 750 Gallon Tank
- 6 Man Cab
- 1500GPM Pump
- 1500FT 5″ LDH
- 3000 gallon elliptical tank.
- 1250 g.p.m Darley pump
- 3500 Gallon Foldatank
- 2 150′ 1 3/4″ crosslays
- 250′ 3″ dry load
- Mercury 25 horsepower 4 Stroke Motor
- Equipted with throw bags
- 200′ rope bag
- 1000 GPM Midship Waterous Pump
- 260 Gal. of Water
- 40 Gal. Of Class A Foam
- Pump & Roll Capability
- 500′ Of 5″ Hose
- Assortment of TNT Rescue Hydraulic Tools
- Diesel Power Plant, 3 horsepower Honda Portable plant
- Spreader, O Cutter, Combi Tool, 2 Rams
- Paratech Rescue Air Bags
- 2 High Lift Jacks
- 48″ Federal Signal “Legend” LED light bar
- Equipped with AED
- Basic Life Support for EMS.
- Water rescue responses
- Incident command vehicle
The pumper was turned over to the department by the Glen Rock town council on Novermber 8th 1901. It was named "Old Mark" in honor of Mark Radcliffe who at the time was Glen Rock's Treasurer.
2 of these carts were purchased for $670 in December 1915.
This unit was purchased on October 26, 1989 from the Marshals Creek VFD in Monroe County, PA for $14,000.
Service 59 was purshased on October 12, 1992 and was used to support fire and fundraising operations and carried...
This unit was purchased on October 15, 1996 from the Lancaster Township Fire Company in Bausman, Lancaster County, PA for $90,000. This Rescue carried all the same equipment as the new Rescue that replaced it.
This unit served as the departments Rescue from April 1987 to October 15, 1996. The unit was then sold to the Porters Fire Company.
Unit was sold to Goodwill Fire Company of York Township (York County Station 19).