Sunday, February 21st, 2021
(Eggertsville FD) 64 NORMAN PLSTRUCTURE FIRE: POSSIBLE HOUSE FIREWe were dispatched overnight to a report of smoke filling a basement. Upon arrival; crews found moderate smoke conditions in the baseme...
Thursday, June 18th, 2020
A fire that extended to the attic of 79 Garland Dr. caused a total of $170,000.00 damage. No injuries were reported and the cause remains under investigation.
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020
Firefighters arrived on location to find the structure at 520 Emerson Dr. well involved. Three firefighters suffered minor injuries while bringing the blaze under control. Total damage was estimated a...
Saturday, March 14th, 2020
Crews quickly extinguished a bedroom fire at 93 Arcade Ave. that left $35,000.00 in total damage. No injuries were reported and the cause is under investigation.
Saturday, September 25th, 2021
The Eggertsville Hose Company will host its annual Fire Prevention Open House at the fire station at 1880 Eggert Road, Eggertsville, NY on Sunday , October 10, 2021 from 11 am. to 3 pm. in observance ...
Apparatus
Active: Chief's Vehicle
Active: Chief's Vehicle
2015 Chevrolet Tahoe
One of three 2015 Chevy Tahoe's assigned to the Fire Chief and Assistant Fire Chiefs of the department. These vehicles carry first response EMS equipment and fire suppression equipment. These units are also capable of communications with neighboring fire departments and can function as the initial incident command post for any incident.
Active: Engine 1 & 2
Active: Engine 1 & 2
2008 Pierce Velocity
Twin 1,500 GPM pumpers. Engine 1 is first due for any type of fire call ranging from fire alarms to structure fires. Both carry 750 gallons of water and have a 30 gallon foam tank on board in addition to the full compliment of hoses and hand tools.
Active: Engine 3
Active: Engine 3
2016 Pierce Velocity
Active: Rescue 5
Active: Rescue 5
2000 Pierce Lance
Rescue 5 is a full heavy rescue truck. It is first due on any motor vehicle accident and hazardous material incident. It carries many tools including a full set of Amkus hydraulic equipment which includes spreaders (jaws) and cutters. It also carries a variety of saws and stabilization equipment including airbags and wooden cribbing.
Active: Rescue 7
Active: Rescue 7
2016 Chevrolet Suburban
Apparatus is first due for all Emergency Medical Service requests
Active: Rescue 7-1
Active: Rescue 7-1
2009 Chevrolet Silverado
Utility and support vehicle.
Active: Truck 6
Active: Truck 6
2001 Pierce Sky-Arm
Apparatus is a 100' aerial with articulating arm and a 300 gallon tank.
Retired: Buick Pumper
Retired: Buick Pumper
1920 Buick
Apparatus featured a homemade pump.
Retired: Cadillac Rescue
Retired: Cadillac Rescue
1932 Cadillac
Apparatus was a Cadillac converted to serve as a rescue vehicle.
Retired: Engine 3
Retired: Engine 3
1997 Pierce Lance
A 1,500 gallon-per-minute pumper with a 750 gallon water tank.
Retired: Ford Rescue
Retired: Ford Rescue
1965 Ford
Rescue and salvage apparatus
Retired: Ford Rescure
Retired: Ford Rescure
1949 Ford
Retired: FWD
Retired: FWD
1924 Four-Wheel Drive Pumper
This vehicle was the first motorized apparatus the company purchased. It remained in service unitl 1936 when it dropped its crankcase answering an alarm in Tonawanda New York.
Retired: Mack Pumper
Retired: Mack Pumper
1937 Mack
Apparatus featured a 750 gallon-per-minute pump and a 50 foot wooden bangor ladder. This pumper was retired from active service in 1982 and after years in storage is currently being restored. Be sure to check back in the future to check on the progress.
Retired: Mack Pumper
Retired: Mack Pumper
1949 Mack
Apparatus featured a 750 gallon-per-minute pump.
Retired: Mack Pumper
Retired: Mack Pumper
1968 Mack
Apparatus featured a 1,000 gallon-per-minute pump.
Retired: Rescue 7
Retired: Rescue 7
2002 Ford F350 Horton Rescue
Apparatus is first due for medical emergency calls.
Retired: Ward LaFrance Pumper
Retired: Ward LaFrance Pumper
1961 Ward LaFrance
Apparatus featured a 1,000 gallon-per-minute pump.
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