The Fleet:

Engines: 98-61, 98-62

Ladder: 98-69

Tender: 98-71

Support Truck: 98-73, 98-84

Brush Truck: 98-82

Command Vehicle: 98-85

Apparatus Pictures and Descriptions

Rescue Engine 98-61

2018 Pierce Enforcer PUC Pumper

First due for: Motor vehicle accidents with injuries/entrapment

Outfitted with a single stage 1500 GPM PUC side mounted pump and a 750 GAL booster tank, crash kit, spill control and BLS equipment. This engine offers a PTO pump with pump and roll capabilities.

Engine 98-62

2000 Pierce Dash Class A Pumper

First due for: Structure fires in non-hydranted areas, alarms, landing zones

Outfitted with a two stage 1500 GPM Waterous top mount pump, a 1000 GAL booster tank, and Class A on-board foam with an in-line induction system. It is also equipped with an AED, first aid supplies, ladders, hand tools, ventilation equipment and a stokes basket. It recently received a LED emergency light conversion in 2019.

Tower 98-69

2001 Pierce Dash

First due for: Structure fires in hydranted areas, elevator rescues

Second due for: Structure fires in non-hydranted areas

100’ Rear mount platform ladder with pump. Has a 1500 GPM pump and a 300 gallon booster tank.

Tanker 98-71

2016 Pierce on a commercial Freightliner chassis

It is equipped with a 3000 gallon poly-tank, and a 1000 GPM PTO driver pump with dual cross-lays and pump and roll capability.

Utility 98-73

2016 Ford F-450 Power Stroke Diesel with a Reading body

This vehicle is used for bringing additional personnel to incidents, hazardous materials response and fire police responses. The Reading body of this truck is equipped with hazardous materials mitigation supplies as well as traffic control devices such as saw horses and cones.

Brush / Light Duty Rescue 98-82

1997 Ford F-350 Brush Truck

Wildland interface brush truck / Light Duty Rescue - 200 GPM gasoline powered pump with pump and drive capability, 250 GAL booster tank, preconnected booster reel and brush attack lines.

Support 98-84

2002 Chevrolet Silverado

This vehicle was loving cared for by Life Member James McAleer in its previous life. This truck is used to bring firefighters, auxiliary members and supplies to incidents as well as training, community events and additional support duties. It has been retrofitted with emergency lights, siren and county radios.

Command 98-85

2017 Ford F-250

It was upfitted by Spectrum Communications and Major Automotive Installations. Our Command Vehicle is equipped with radios that allow for interoperability with Warren and Hunterdon County fire companies as well as Warren County police, EMS, and OEM agencies.