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2008 Spartan 4Guys CAFS

-1500 Gal. Tank

-40 Gal. Class A Foam

-1750GPM 2 Stage Pump

Our first due Engine from Station 1, carries typical engine company equipment – fire hose, ladders, rescue & ventilation saws, SCBAs, and assorted hand tools, thermal imaging camera, ventilation fans, 30 ft. light tower for scene lighting, EMS equipment, and HazMat supplies.  Additionally, it carries a full set of vehicle extrication tools and a variety of cribbing and other stabilization equipment.


2001 Spartan/ALF

-750 Gal. Tank

-20 Gal. Class A&B Foam

-2000 GPM 2 Stage Pump

Our first due Engine from Station 2, carries typical engine company equipment- fire hose, ladders, saws, SCBA, assortment of hand tools, thermal imaging camera, ventilation fans, cribbing for motor vehicle accidents, EMS Equipment, bulk HazMat supplies and scene lighting. Much like     E-334 this Engine also carries extrication tools and related equipment for car accidents.


This unit was purchased from the City of Lambertville in July of 2014. Formerly Squad 17. 

Engine 33-1

1994 Simon Duplex/KME

-1000 Gal. Tank

-1250GPM Pump

The second due out of station 1, this engine carries the same assortment of equipment as Engine 33-4. 


2001 Freightliner/4Guys Tender

-3000 Gal. Tank

-500 GPM Pump


This is our second out for all structure fire related calls. Because of the rural area we serve, this is a critical piece of equipment for firefighting and water supply. Tender 33 also responds with the South & East Tender Task Forces. 

Car 33

2014 Chevy Tahoe

-Chief's Command Vehicle


The command unit is equipped with multiple radios, box alarm and pre-plan information, as well as other fire command related tools.

Brush 33


1989 Ford F350/4Guys Brush Truck

-300 Gal. Tank

-250GPM Pump

First Out for all brush fires and carries an assortment of hand tools, portable water cans, and saws. This units small size and lightweight makes it ideal for field and wildland firefighting. 

Utility 33-2

1989 Ford F350/4Guys Utility Truck

 Second out for all HazMat and Motor Vehicle Accident related calls. Carries extra SCBA bottles, bulk HazMat Equipment, portable pumps, rescue saws, various types of portable lighting and electrical cords and ventilation fans. This truck is equipped with a 10Kw Electric Generator for scene lighting.

Utility 33-3

1967 Ford F250 Pickup


Our primary Fire Police vehicle. This unit is equipped with traffic cones and barricades. In severe weather this unit carries several portable pumps for dewatering incidents.


1927 REO SpeedwaGON

-1927 REO Speedwagon/Foamite Childs Chemical Pumper

-1927 to 1947

-Our first engine

Purchased new by the fire company in late 1927, this truck was converted from a chemical pumper to a water pump in 1932. This engine was sold to the Green Knoll, NJ Fire Company in the early 1950's where it currently remains.

1947 Ward lafrance

-1947 to 1964

-Our second engine

1948 Ford tanker

-1953 to 1972

Purchased from a local fuel oil company in 1953, this 500 Gal. Tanker was one of the first dedicated water tankers in the area.

1964 Ford

-1964 to 1988

This 1964 Ford Utility Truck was replaced in the late 1980's by the current Utility

1964 Hahn (33-63)

-1964 to 2007

-1000 Gal. Tank

-1000 GPM Pum

Sold to a private collector.


-1972 to 2009

(33-71 from 1972-2000.
33-72 from 2000-2009)

-1000 Gal. 1000 GPM Tanker

1972 Buick lesabre

-1972 to 1990

-455CU V8 Sport Package

Our first command vehicle.

1984 Peter Pirsch & sons

-1984 to 2014

(33-62 from 1984-2009.
33-2 from 2009-2014)

-1000 Gal. Tank

-1000 GPM Engine

Retired from service in February 2014.


-1990 to 2000

Ford LTD Command vehicle.

1990 FORD/braun utility truck (33-84)

-2003 to 2011

Purchased used from the Whitehouse Rescue Squad where it saw service as an ambulance before being converted by the fire company.

This unit was sold to Babcock University in Nigeria where it currently sees service again as an ambulance.

2001 Ford Expedition (Car 33, 33-85)

-Ford Expedition Command vehicle.