Greenwood Fire Department (PA)
 

Greenwood Fire Department Apparatus

APPARATUS
 

COMMAND 98

  FORD EXPLORER INTERCEPTOR
  2014

Command 98 serves as a vehicle to transport the Chief Officer to the scene of any dispatch. Command 98 is equipped with Breathing Apparatus, IPAD, Reference Materials, VHF & UHF Radio capabilities, Forcible Entry Equipment, Multi Gas Meters, Medical Equipment and a Knox Key Entry system.



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ENGINE 98

  KME
  2007

Engine 98 is a 2007 KME Predator pumper. Offering seating for 7 firefighters, powered by a Cummings ISL 400 Diesel, and an Allison World Transmission. It has a Hale QMAX 2000 GPM pump. 750 gallons of water and 60 gallons of 1-3% AFFF, which is piped to the front bumper line via a 125 GPM around the pump eduactor. The bumper hose load consists of 150’ of 1 ¾ “ hose with a TFT automatic nozzle. In addition, the pumper has three Mattydale single stack 2” pre connected hand lines set up as 2 ea. @ 150’ and 1 ea @ 200’ all with smooth bore 1 1/8” tip nozzles. All hose loads are ergonomically arranged to ease pulling of the lines. The rear hose bed of the engine has...

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RESCUE 98

  E-One
  1998

Rescue 98 is a 1998 Emergency One Cyclone II, 10 man cab Heavy Rescue. It is equipped with Hurst HRT equipment, a 40 Kw generator, a 9000 watt telescoping light tower, and a 6000 PSI cascade system. Rescue Company 98 performs Trench, Confined Space, Vehicle, Rope and High Angle, Structural Collapse Rescue among other needs. 



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BRUSH 98

  Ford F-350 CET SKID UNIT
  2011

Brush 98 is a 2011 Ford F-350 with a CET Skid Unit. The Skid units holds 250 gallons of water with a 250 GPM pump. The unit is stocked with the necessary equipment to handle Brush Fire situations. Brush 98 is also utilized to tow the departments UTV, Haz Mat and Mass Casualty Trailers.



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UTV's 98-1 & 98-2

  POLARIS RANGERS
  2011

UTV 98-1 is a 2011 6x6 800 Polaris Ranger. It has a full CET skid unit which carries 75 gallons of water and is utilized for brush fire's in more complex area's that our Brush Truck cannot reach (Ex: Quad Paths & Off Road Locations). It is also utilized for patient transport from destinations that are unreachable by "normal" emergency apparatus.

UTV 98-2 is a 2011 4x4 500 Polaris Ranger. It is utilized to transport emergency personnel to destinations that cannot be reached by "normal" emergency apparatus.



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MASS CASUALTY TRAILER MCI UNIT 3

  WELLS CARGO FERNO
  2007
The Mass Casualty Trailer is one of three units housed in Lackawanna County. The other two are located in Carbondale and Blakely. The trailer is fulled stocked with Emergency Medical Supplies and equipment to support any incident involving large quantities of patients. 

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RETIRED APPARATUS
 

GREENWOOD 1

  REO
  1940

Greenwood 1 is a 1940 Reo. This is the original Reo that was used by the Greenwood Fire Dept. which was bought and restored by a Hose Company member as a private venture. The engine is in show condition and has won many antique awards. To the left is a picture of the Reo while in service in the 1940's.



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ENGINE 98-1 aka GREENWOOD 1

  WARD LA FRANCE
  1963
Engine 98-1 was a 1963 Ward La France Ambassador Triple Combination Pumper. It was powered by a Walkasau 845 CI gas motor with a Fuller 5 speed manual transmission. It held 500 gallons of water with a Waterous 750 GPM pump. After service to Moosic, the engine was sold to Fleetville Fire Department before it was retired. The apparatus was cut up for scrap by an area dealer.



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ENGINE 98-2 aka GREENWOOD 2

  WARD LA FRANCE
  1971

Engine 98-2 was a Ward La France Ambassador Triple Combination Pumper. It was powered by a Detroit Diesel 671 Engine with a Spicer 5 speed manual transmission. The unit held 500 gallons of water and maintained a 1000 GPM Hale Pump. It was sold to a dealer in the Southern States. It's location and status is not known.



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RESCUE 98 aka GREENWOOD 3

  DODGE KEYSER TRAILERS
  1976

This vehicle was the first try when the agency decided to get into the Rescue World. The 1976 Dodge chassis had a Keyser Trailer built body with a Hale 250 GPM Pump and a 250 gallon water tank installed. The box was stocked with various rescue and fire fighting equipment. The unit was sold to a Fire Apparatus in the Chicago market. The final location and status in unknown.



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RESCUE 98

  INTERNATIONAL SAULSBURY
  1985



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ENGINE 98-1

  HAHN
  1988
 

ENGINE 98-2

  KME
  1992

Engine 98-2 was utilized as the Engine for the fire department until the 2007 KME was purchased and put into service. The Engine was a 1992 KME Renegade Triple Combination Pumper. It was powered by a Detroit 6V92 motor and an Allison transmission followed. The Hale 1500 GPM pump was supplemented by a 750 gallon tank and a 60 gallon Foam Tank. The unit is still in service in the Pittsburgh area.



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BRUSH 98

  CHEVY
  1986

A retired Military Vehicle which was refurbished by the membership, Brush 98 was utilized as the Brush Truck until we upgraded to the 2011 Brush truck which the fire department uses today.



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COMMAND TRUCK

  Dodge Durango
  2009

This vehicle was retired from Fire Department active service in 2014. It was re-branded as an ALS Quick Response Vehicle after being sold to Pennsylvania Ambulance. Interesting fact is that it's new home is actually it's old home. The ALS QRV is again stationed and operates out of the Greenwood Fire Station.

 

 



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COMMAND TRUCK

  FORD EXPLORER
  1999

Command 98 was utilized as the companies response vehicle for the chief officer until the department upgraded to the 2009 Dodge Durango which we currently use today.



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AMBULANCE 98-9

  FORD F 450 WHEELED COACH
  2009

Ambulance 98-9 was used as the EMS Truck for the Borough of Moosic when the Greenwood Fire Dept. moved the service from the Fire Station in lower Moosic. 98-9 was used until the fire department decided to upgrade our Emergency Medical Services to a cooperative agreement with Lackawanna Ambulance. In the beginning of 2014 the Greenwood Fire Dept. membership chose to utilize Pennsylvania Ambulance. The Greenwood Fire Dept. currently has a full time PENN ALS transport unit stationed in our quarters.



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GATOR

  JOHN DEERE 6X6 GATOR
  2008

The Gator was the first UTV vehicle purchased by the department to be utilize in the wooded area's of the Community. While it served well, new technology allowed for better weight distribution and built in safety devices which made the upgraded Polaris units more functional. The Gator was sold to a local School District.



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