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Donations are coming in for the new station

We love the support from the community. The Neal and Linda Rhoads Charitable Fund of the Foundation for Enhancing Communities...

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Jack & Gene at Hershey Chocolate
Jack Silar & Gene Sajeski (background) addresses the press following the Ammonia Leak at the Hershey Chocolate Factory.
 


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Engine 48 at Crash



 
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Thanks to Jason Coleman-Cobb for taking some amazing phots. Please visit and support his website, www.capitalcityfirephotos.com, for other action shots.Trail Road Barn Fires - Nov. 2011

Thanks to Jason Coleman-Cobb for taking some amazing phots. Please visit and support his website, www.capitalcityfirephotos.com, for other action shots.

 
2011 Pierce Rescue Prior To Leaving Factory



 
Rep. John Payne presented a $5,000 mock check to Scott Stein, President/Lieutenant of the Hershey Volunteer Fire Company. The funds awarded through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development were used to purchase cribbing.

Rep. John Payne presented a $5,000 mock check to Scott Stein, President/Lieutenant of the Hershey Volunteer Fire Company. The funds awarded through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development were used to purchase cribbing.

 
Tropical Storm Lee - Sept 7, 2011



 
Tropical Storm Lee - Sept 7, 2011



 
Tropical Storm Lee - Sept 7, 2011



 
2011 Pierce Pumper Prior To Leaving Factory



 
Truck 48 was a 1994 Duplex/Saulsbury/Baker, it was completely refurbised in 2007 by Pierce. It has a 95' Aerialscope telescoping platform. It has a Harrison 15 KW generator with floodlights mounted on the body. A total of 158 feet of ground ladders is carried on this unit. There is a full line of truck equipment including a Hurst tool.1994 Duplex / Saulsbury / Baker

Truck 48 was a 1994 Duplex/Saulsbury/Baker, it was completely refurbised in 2007 by Pierce. It has a 95' Aerialscope telescoping platform. It has a Harrison 15 KW generator with floodlights mounted on the body. A total of 158 feet of ground ladders is carried on this unit. There is a full line of truck equipment including a Hurst tool.

 
Engine 48-2 is a 1993 Spartan/Darley. It has a 2000 gpm Darley pump and a 750 gal. booster tank. There are two cross lays and two hose reels of 1 3/4 hose. There is a 10 KW Harrison generator. A 1000 gpm. stang deluge gun is mounted on top of the apparatus. The main hose bed carries 5 and 3 hose.  Removed from active service in 2006 and used as a reserve engine until 2011.1993 Spartan / Darley Pumper

Engine 48-2 is a 1993 Spartan/Darley. It has a 2000 gpm Darley pump and a 750 gal. booster tank. There are two cross lays and two hose reels of 1 3/4" hose. There is a 10 KW Harrison generator. A 1000 gpm. stang deluge gun is mounted on top of the apparatus. The main hose bed carries 5" and 3" hose. Removed from active service in 2006 and used as a reserve engine until 2011.

 
Rescue 48 is a 1991 Spartan/SWAB heavy rescue vehicle. Rescue gear includes two Hurst spreaders, two Hurst 150 O-cutters, Hurst rams (multi sizes), various size air bags and a variety of air operated tools. A high pressure 200 foot hose reel with manifold is included. Lighting includes cab and body-mounted flood lights and a rear mounted light tower. Power is provided by a 30 KW Harrison generator. There is a winch mounted at the rear of the vehicle. The back interior of the rescue is a command post area with various radios, phones, computer and resource & technical information.  Removed from active service in 2011.1991 Spartan / SWAB Rescue

Rescue 48 is a 1991 Spartan/SWAB heavy rescue vehicle. Rescue gear includes two Hurst spreaders, two Hurst 150 O-cutters, Hurst rams (multi sizes), various size air bags and a variety of air operated tools. A high pressure 200 foot hose reel with manifold is included. Lighting includes cab and body-mounted flood lights and a rear mounted light tower. Power is provided by a 30 KW Harrison generator. There is a winch mounted at the rear of the vehicle. The back interior of the rescue is a command post area with various radios, phones, computer and resource & technical information. Removed from active service in 2011.

 
Engine 48 is a 1999 Spartan/Interstate Pumper with an '86 Pierce 2000 gpm. Waterous pump and a 1000 gal. booster tank 40 gal. Class A foam tank 40 gal. Class B foam tank. Mounted on top of the vehicle is a 2000 gpm stang deck gun. The seven cross lays have five 1 3/4 hose lines and two 3 lines. The main hose bed carries 1800 feet of five inch hose.  Removed from active service in 2011.1986 Spartan / Interstate Pumper

Engine 48 is a 1999 Spartan/Interstate Pumper with an '86 Pierce 2000 gpm. Waterous pump and a 1000 gal. booster tank 40 gal. Class A foam tank 40 gal. Class B foam tank. Mounted on top of the vehicle is a 2000 gpm stang deck gun. The seven cross lays have five 1 3/4" hose lines and two 3" lines. The main hose bed carries 1800 feet of five inch hose. Removed from active service in 2011.

 




 
SADD mock accident at Hershey High SchoolCut-out

SADD mock accident at Hershey High School

 
Rosie's East End Restaurant Explosion - May 21, 2008



 





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