Apparatus

22-1

 22-1 is a 1998 Chevy 3500 mini pumper.  It is equipped with a 250 gallon tank.  22-1 also houses firefighting and medical equipment as well as various handtools. 

22-3

 Engine 22-3 is a 1993 Pierce Lance. It is equipped with a 500 gallon tank and a 1500 gpm pump. This engine has a maximum 6 person crew cab. Engine 22-3 responds to all residential and
commercial fires as well as car, brush, and trash fires.  

22-6

 22-6 is a 2012 Pierce PUC Rescue Engine. It features a 7 man Velocity cab, a 1,500 gpm pump, a 500 gallon tank and a Wilburt light tower.   

22-8

 22-8 is a 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe used as the Command vehicle.   

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Van 22

 Van-22 is a 1999 Chevrolet Express with a capacity of 12 passengers.  This was donated by Angie D. who served as a member of the Ladies Aux.  and is used as a transport vehicle to meetings, company events, and fire schools. 

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A-22

 A-22 is 2011 Dodge Lifeline which responds to all EMS calls within our district and the surrounding communities.  It carries a combination hurst tool and some firefighting equipment.   

Retired Utility 22

 RETIRED: Utility 22 is a 1997 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 Command Vehicle, used as the Chief's vehicle, 22-8, before it was converted to a transport vehicle in later years.  It was sold in May of 2017.   

Retired 22-2

 RETIRED: Engine 22-2 is a 1993 Pierce Lance equipped with a 500 gallon tank and 1500 gpm pump. This engine has a maximum capacity 8 person crew cab. This engine responded to all residential and commercial fires as well as car and trash fires.  It was sold in January 2017 to a fire department in Northern Wisconsin.   

Retired 22-6

 RETIRED: Rescue 226 is a 1989 Pierce Lance rescue pumper. It is equipped with a 500 gallon tank and 1000 gpm pump. This rescue pumper has a maximum capacity 8 person crew cab. Rescue 226 responded to all vehicle accidents, medical assist calls, residential, and commercial fires. 

Retired 22-6

 RETIRED: 22-6 was a 1972 Hahn pumper rescue with a 500 gallon booster tank and 1000 gpm hale pump, 6 personnel, responded to all rescues, MVCs, and structure fires - sold to Delaware County Lower Chichester Fire Company.   

Retired 22-4

RETIRED: Old 22-4 was a 1977 Hahn rescue pumper with 500 gallons of water, 1000 gpm hale pump, seated 4, carried 6 personnel,  primary attack piece for many years- retired 1993. It was used as an engine. Our first Allison Automatic transmission.  

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Retired 22-2

RETIRED: 22-2 was a 1969 Hahn pumper with 500 gallon booster tank and 1000 gpm two stage pump, seated 4, carried 6-10 personnel, primany second due engine, retired 1993.

Retired 22-4

RETIRED: 22-4 was an open cab Hahn, 500 gallons of water, 1000 gpm pump, seated 4, carried 6-8 personnel.  Placed OOS. 

Retired 22-3

RETIRED: 22-3 was a 1953 GMC, which was a twin apparatus to the one owned by the Delaware State Hospital.  500 gallon tank, 1000 gpm pump.  Seated 4, carried 8 personnel.  It is currently in a museum. 

Retired 22-1

RETIRED: 22-1 is a 1968 International / Hahn field piece with a hale pump which carried 300 gallons of water and had 2 seats and carried 5 personnel, responded to field and marsh fires, snow plow.  It was previously owned by Brandywine Hundred.  It was sold to a fire department in a rural town of West Virginia (96) 

Retired Van 22

 RETIRED: Van 22 is a 1994 GMC passenger van which carried 12 passengers. 

Retired A-22

 RETIRED: Ford Ambulance


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Retired A-22

 RETIRED: Ford 89/90 


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Retired Van 22

 RETIRED: Van 22


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Retired A-22

 RETIRED: International Ambulance 


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