Engine 931 is a 2019 Pierce Enforcer tilt-cab aluminum pumper with side roll and frontal impact protection. The cab has a raised roof and seating for six firefighters inside.
Engine 247 is a new 2020 KME Predator Severe Service rescue-pumper with an aluminum body with Amdor roll-up compartment doors.
The Berkshire (NY) Fire District had the foresight to make this unit operate in more than one capacity for the needs of the community it serves.
Two refurbished Mack CF midmount aerials with Baker booms become one refurbished rig for a New Jersey fire department.
In 2018, the department took delivery of its newest rescue, a Spartan Gladiator ELFD with a 24” raised roof and Rescue 1 20’ walk-around heavy rescue body.
With the continued line-of-duty deaths the fire service is experiencing on the roadways, maybe it’s time other departments follow the town of Worcester’s lead and purchase or retrofit apparatus to perform this function.
Recently the department accepted delivery of a Seagrave tractor-drawn aerial (TDA) on a Marauder chassis. The apparatus is painted black over red, and the aerial ladder is also painted black while the trailer’s compartments have roll-up doors that aren't painted.
Rescue 11 is a 2014 Sutphen rescue-pumper equipped with roll-up compartment doors, a Hale 1,750-gpm single-stage pump, and a 500-gallon water tank. The rig is powered by a Cummins ISL 6-cylinder engine and has an Allison EVS 3000 transmission.
The department recently took delivery of a 107-foot Pierce Ascendant heavy-duty steel aerial ladder. It has an Enforcer chassis with a tilt cab and an aluminum body with roll-up compartment doors and side roll and frontal impact protection.
The department’s Squad 27 operates very uniquely with a two-piece company: a rescue engine and support vehicle both built by Alexis on Spartan chassis.