APPARATUS

The Haworth Fire Department has five pieces of apparatus.

1 Ladder, 2 engines, a rescue, and a rescue boat.

Assistant Chief’s Truck 152

Chief’s Truck 151

Rescue 165

Rescue 165, located at the Hardenburgh Ave. firehouse, is a 1995 International 4700, LTI rescue truck with Homacho Extrication equipment, a Honda 250gpm water pump, extra Scott 2.2 air bottles, extra flashlights, a generator, and tripod portable scene lights in the rear. This truck is third due out of Hardenburgh firehouse.

Engine 162

Engine 162, which is housed at the Hardenburgh firehouse, is a 1986 Pierce Arrow 1250gpm pumper with seating for six, a 1250gpm single-stage pump, a 500 gallon water tank, 5 inch hose, and a Bullard Thermal Imaging Camera. This truck is fourth due out of Hardenburgh firehouse.

Engine 161

Engine 161, which is housed at the Hardenburgh firehouse, is a 1992 Pierce Lance 1500gpm Pumper with seating for eight, a 750 gallon water tank, 5 inch hose and a Bullard Thermal Imaging Camera. This truck is second due out of the Hardenburgh firehouse and is usually the apparatus we take on mutual aid calls along with 169.

Ladder 169

Ladder 169 is a 2004 seagrave 75' meanstick with 1750gpm pump 400 gallon water tank. It is 1st due out of hardenburg and is the fast truck. It carries 900 ft of 5" hose bullard thermal imager,and a scott gas detector.

Utility Car 167