Our old engine and ladder have made it to their new home at West Cape May Fire Company. West Cape May purchased both pieces of apparatus from the Township and a few of our members, along with a township representative, delivered the trucks this morning. We wish West Cape May luck with our old trucks and are sure they will serve you well for years to come. We will be sure to come by to visit as we make it down the shore this summer!
1999 E-One Cyclone II Pumper
Overall height 10 ft – 23,400 Miles – 2,378 Engine hours – Hale 2000 GPM pump – 750 gallon water tank -Detriot Series 60 engine – Allison automatic transmission – 8 Man cab – 5 SCBAs – 10 KW Generator – Current pump test – Equipment included, 2000′ of 5″ rubber supply line
1994 E-One HM 100′ Aerial
Overall height 11′ 10″ – 18,473 Miles – 2,633 Engine hours – Pre-piped waterway – Hale 500 GPM pump – 300 gallon water tank – Detroit Series 60 engine – Allison automatic transmission – 10 Man cab – 7 SCBAs – Ground ladders included, 2 – 35′ 3 Section, 2 – 14′ Roof, 1 – 16′ Roof – Current pump test – Current aerial test
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Please join us for our Fire Prevention open house at the firehouse on Monday, October 10th from 6:30 to 8pm! Come out and learn all about fire prevention and fire safety. There will be fun for all ages! Hope to see you all there!
Please join us for our Memorial Day Service at the firehouse on Monday, May 25th at 10am and then at The Haveford Police Department at 11am to remember all those who served and gave their lives for us.
Congratulations to Rich and Kathy Temple on the birth of their second son, Shane Everett on Tuesday May 5th. Shane weighed in at 8lbs 12oz. Mom, Dad, big brother Ryan and baby Shane are all doing well! Welcome to the Oakmont family Shane!!!
On Saturday April 11th at 1645 hours Company 38 was dispatched to assist Medic 108-7 and Medic 108-7a at the Quadrangle at 3300 Darby Road. A resident had fallen in the rear of the property and was on a semi-steep incline. Ladder 38 made the response and the crew used a stokes basket and ropes to safely remove the patient to the top of the driveway. Medic 108 transported the patient to the hospital and Ladder 38 cleared the scene.