Rescue 1751 - 1994 Mack MC/SWAB

Originally serving the Fort Washington FC in Montgomery County, this rig entered service in the Fall of 2011 after being repainted from its’ original White over Lime/Yellow color scheme. Replacing a 1987 GMC/Saulsbury purchased from the Glenside FC in 1997, it features seating for six, a 25kw PTO generator, 6,000 watt light tower, 750 watt brow light, four 1,000 watt quartz lights, four 750 watt tri-pod quartz lights, eight bottle 6,000 psi cascade system, a 100’ low pressure air reel, 12,000 lb. front winch and a 36,000 lb. rear hydraulic winch.

Rescue 1751 is equipped for a variety of firefighting & technical rescue operations:

Firefighting - 6 SCBA with spare cylinders, Stihl chain & cut-off saws, thermal imaging camera, four gas meter, 2,000 watt portable generator & a leaf blower.

Vehicle Extrication - a truck mounted electric power unit with two 80’ reels along with a portable dual power unit supplies power to a full complement of Holmatro extrication tools (spreader, two cutters, combi-tool, two rams & a mini pedal cutter). In addition, it also carries Holmatro air bags, JunkYard Dog rescue struts, high-lift jacks, 12 & 20 ton bottle jacks, air powered tools (supplied through the 100’ air reel) including an air chisel, shears & impact wrench, cordless drill & impact driver, cribbing (carried on a cart), plywood shoring, a circular saw and a porta-power unit.

Water Rescue - 1,000+’ of water rescue rope/throwline, dry suits, ice rescue suits & ice rescue sled.

Rope Rescue - 1,200+’ of rope rescue & associated hardware

Confined Space Rescue - confined space inspection camera, tri-pod, Stokes basket & SKED.

Lake Harmony Fire Co.

Carbon County District 17

Organized in 1952, Lake Harmony serves a resort community located in the Pocono Mountains. Responding from a new four bay firehouse completed in 2010, their 69 square mile response area encompassing Kidder Township is jointly protected with the Albrightsville & Kidder FC’s. Target hazards includes numerous hotels & motels, Hickory Run State Park, Jack Frost & Big Boulder ski areas as well as Interstates 80 & 476.








Engine 1711 - 1988 Mack CF 1000 gpm/1000 gal.

Formerly serving Delran (NJ), this rig entered service in the Fall of 2012. Featuring a 3,200 watt generator, 6kw inverter and a 1,000 gpm deck gun, it is equipped with 800’ of 5” LDH supply line, three 5’ lengths of hard suction hose, a foam inductor with 10 gallons of AFFF, 61’ of ground ladders and assorted saws (rotary, chain and reciprocating).

Tanker 1731 - 2001 International/KME 500 gpm/2500 gal.

This rig replaced a 1987 Ford L series 2,000 gallon tanker that was totaled in a 2001 accident. Responding to structure, vehicle & brush fires, it is equipped with two 200’ 1-3/4” pre-connects, a 300’ 3” deadlay, two SCBA with spare cylinders, two 10’ suctions, a 3,500 gallon folding tank with beach ball, a 10’ ladder, 18” chainsaw, forestry hose & backpack pumps.

Ladder 1721 - 2009 Pierce Arrow XT 105’/2000 gpm/525 gal.

Having replaced a 1993 KME ladder, this rig features a 15kw hydraulic generator, 11,000 watts of fixed & portable quartz lights, two 200’ electric cord reels and a Honda 2,000 watt port generator. Its’ equipment complement includes two 200’ 1-3/4” pre-connects, a 250’ 3” pre-connect with a 500gpm BlitzFire portable monitor, 200’ 3” deadlay and two 200’ 3/4” booster reels. It is equipped with 800’ of 5” LDH supply line, two 10’ 6” hard suctions, Chimney snuffer nozzle, ProPak foam unit with 10 gallons of AFFF, 156’ ground ladders, electric & gas powered PPV fans, ventilation saws (chain & K12) and board up supplies. In addition, it also carries a Holmatro combi-tool with portable power unit, thermal imager as well as CO & combustible gas meters.