Williamsport Bureau of Fire
By TIMOTHY COOVER, Correspondent | October 06, 2019 | PENNSYLVANIA
Story No. 100619100
Photo by Timothy Coover Williamsport Bureau of Fire operates Tower 1, Engine 1 and Car 1 out of the station at 440 Walnut St.
Photo by Timothy CooverCar 1 is a newly delivered 2019 Chevy Tahoe.
Photo by Timothy CooverEngine 1 is a 2016 KME with 500-gallons of water and a 1500-GPM Hale pump. The hose bed is filled with 1200-feet of 5-inch, 600-feet of 3-inch, and 200-feet of 2-and-1/2-inch. In the front bumper resides the Hurst Ecombi tool, and in the rear compartment are a set of Hurst cutters and spreaders.
Photo by Timothy CooverTower 1 is a 2010 Pierce with 300-gallons of water and a 2000-GPM pump. It has a full compliment of ground ladders.
Photo by Timothy CooverWilliamsport Bureau of Fire also has a new patch that will soon be shown on all the apparatus.
Photo by Timothy CooverEngine 14-1 is a 2004 Pierce Arrow XT Pumper with a 750-gallon tank. The Williamsport Bureau of Fire has a 2-man crew that runs this engine.
Williamsport Bureau of Fire is located at 440 Walnut St., Williamsport, PA 17701.
Rescue 1 (not pictured) is located at the old Station 2 and is equipped with all of the technical rescue equipment.
They also have two firefighters staffing Engine 14-1 that runs out of the old Lycoming Twp. Vol. Fire Company house.
This article is a direct street report from our correspondent and has not been edited by the 1st Responder newsroom.