This unit is a 2014 International Terrastar/Road Rescue 170" module BLS transport unit. A new Ford /Wheeled Coach was placed into service Spring of 2017 replacing the 2014 International TerraStar/ Road Rescue.
Engine 23-2 is a 1988 Pierce Arrow engine,1250 GPMP, 500 GWT. Engine 23-2 was purhchased from the Good Will Fire Company of New Castle in 2014. Engine 2 runs miscellaneous fires, and acts as a reserve engine.
The Fire Chief's Buggy is a 2012 Chevy Tahoe. This vehicle is used by the fire chief to respond to emergency incidents.
Rescue 23 is a 2011 Pierce Arrow XT with a Saulsbury box. Rescue 23 was refurbished in 2011 by Pierce. The original Saulsbury box from the previous 1993 Mack Rescue truck was placed on a new Pierce Chassis. Rescue 23 is fully equipped to handle multiple types of rescues. Rescue 23 is equipped with a 200 gallon water tank,250 GPM pump and 3 cylinder 6000 psi cascade system to fill SCBA bottles. Rescue 23 is the first to respond on Rescue type emergencies.
This unit was previously ran as A-23. It is a 2007 GM/Lifeline BLS ambulance.With the purchase of a replacement Ambulance,this unit was converted into The Marine Rescue truck. Gear and equipment for Swift Water and Open water Rescues is stowed within the compartmentation of this Squad.
Engine 235 is a 2006 Pierce Dash pumper with Tak 4 independant front suspension,1000 gallons of water, and 50 gallons of foam and a 1250 GPMP. Pumper Squad 23 is ran on PI MVC's to suppliment the Heavy Rescue Squad with manpower,fire suppression,and additional extrication tools. This unit also is the primary Engine transfer /cover to mutual fire companies.
A 2001 Ford Crown Victoria Ex New Castle County Patrol car. This unit is utilized for Duty officers to respond to incidents from thier home primarily on thier overnight district watch.
Engine 23 is a 1999 Pierce Dash pumper which was transformed into a pumper Squad in 2011. E-23 is equipped with a 1000 gallon water tank, and 50 gallons of foam and a 1250 GPMP. Engine 23 is also equipped with 1 Hurst combination tool, and 1 Hurst "O" cutter. Engine 23 became a Rescue Engine in 2011 when Rescue 23 went out for refurbishment. Rescue Engine 23 proved to be a very versatile piece of equipment, at which time the company chose to keep it in service as a Pumper Squad even with the return of Rescue 23. Engine 23 runs as the company Attack Wagon on Structurial alarms, and can run in place of the current Pumper Squad or Rescue if either is out of service.
This unit is a 1948 Mack L pumper that is no longer in frontline service. The unit is utilized for ceremonial events. Pump and water tank capacities were removed.