Fleet of Apparatus

268 Engine

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1996 Pierce Quantum

8 Man Cab

1500 GPM Pump

750 Gallon Water Tank

40 Gallon Foam Tank

268 Engine responds first due to all Structural calls that consist of fires, alarms, Carbon monoxide and mutual aid requests.

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268 Rescue

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2001 Pierce Quantum

5 Man Cab

1500 GPM Pump

500 Gallon Water Tank

40 Gallon Foam Tank with built in inductor

268 Rescue responds first due to all rescue calls and vehicle fires. 268 Rescue has hydraulic rescue tools and stabilization equipment for vehicle extrication. Rope Rescue equipment from high angle to water and ice rescue. Emergency medical equipment for patient care. 268 Rescue also supports at structure fires with fire suppression and rehab.

268 Squad

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1999 Ford F-550

5 Man Cab

268 Squad is equipped to support on any incident with additional equipment for firefighting, rescue and containment. 268 Squad also provides more manpower to these incidents.

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268 Utility

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2000 Ford F-250

5 Man Cab

268 Utility responds to any emergency to provide manpower and is capable of transporting special equipment such as Ice/Cold Water Rescue equipment.

268 Command

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2009 Ford Expedition

5 Man Cab

268 Command is operated by 268 Chief to respond to incidents and maintain command for any and all calls. The vehicle is also used as a support vehicle for training and other department purposes.

268 Arrowstick

268 Arrowstick is used for traffic control on vehicle accidents, road closures and much more. It is a great piece of apparatus to help alert the public of a road or lane closure due to an incident.​​
 

​​Fairview Volunteer Fire Department,

3326 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017​

​​​ Emergency:  Dial 9-1-1

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