Recent Calls
Fri. Sep 5th 2014
At approx. 08:10 E-4 and S-4 responded to Sheetz gas station for a small (approx. 3 gallon) spill of gasoline. FFD units neutralized the spill and hosed it to a containment drain.
Thu. Sep 4th 2014
At approx. 20:06 R-4, E-4 and S-4 responded to a two vehicle MVA on US Rt.22 east bound lanes just before exit 3. FFD units assisted with patient care, cleaned up debris from the roadway handled traff...
Thu. Aug 21st 2014
At approx 14:20 C-46 and S-4 responded to investigate a call of a phone line down across all lanes of US Rt. 22 close to exit 3. Upon arrival we found a approximately 3 inch in diameter cable caught o...
Fri. Aug 1st 2014
At approx. 22:30 R-4, E-4 and S-4 responded to the area of US Rt. 22 west bound lanes at the Follansbee exit for a motorcycle vs passenger vehicle accident. FFD units assisted with patient care and al...
Thu. Jul 24th 2014
At approx. 15:30 E-4, T-4 and S-4 responded to a reported structure fire with flames showing from the side of a structure. FFD units found the exterior wall on side D was burning as a result of a shor...
Engine 4
2013 Sutphen
2005 Sutphen 95' Platform
- 1,500 gpm pump
- 400 gallon tank
- Two 1-3/4" pre-connects
- 8,000 watt generator

Tower 4 was purchased in 2005 to replace Ladder 4 which was a 1984 Sutphen 75' Mini Tower. Tower 4 is fully equipped for standard truck company operations along with two master streams mounted on the sides of the bucket, pre-piped air supply and it is also set up for rescue operations with the ability to secure a stoaks basket on the bucket if needed.
2003 Keystone Fire Apparatus
- Ford F-550 chassis with 10 foot rescue body.
- 650 GPM pump & 250 gallon tank with a separate engine for the pump.
- 5,000 watt generator.
- 3,000 watt Night Scan light tower

Squad 4?s primary use is as medical first response vehicle carrying basic life support equipment. In addition to medical first response it is also equipped with an Amkus spreader and cutter, along with various hand tools for extrication. It also carries 900 feet of 3 inch supply line, three 1-3/4 inch pre-connected hand lines and 200 feet of 3/4 inch booster line.
1998 J B Rescue

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