The Beemerville Fire Dept is comprised of 2 Pumpers, 2 Tankers, a Utility, and a Sussex County OEM light trailer. Along with one Chiefs vehicle.
Engine 643 1995 International / New Lexington 1250 GPM pump 750 gallon tank 643 is 1st out on all alarms, gas leaks, and structure related calls. It provides seating for 5 and carries 7 SCBA setups as well as spare bottles. 643 also carries our Bullard Thermal Imager, 4-Gas Meter, Vent Saw, Various ground ladders and Hand Tools, negative pressure fan, rope bags, and an AED for Firefighter Assistance
Engine 644 2006 KME 2000 GPM HALE 2 STAGE PUMP 1000 GAL WATER TANK 30 GAL FOAM TANK 644 IS 1ST Due on all Motor vehicle related calls. 644 offers seating for 6 firefighters and carries 5 SCBA setups as well as a compliment of spare bottles. 644 carries Holmatro rescue tools, a full assortment of stabilization cribbing, k12, chainsaw, sawzall, rescue struts, scene lights, negative pressure fan, rope bags, various ground ladders and hand tools, and an AED for firefighter assistance
Tanker 646 is a Mack/ New Lexington which carries two firefighters and 3500 gallons of water. This tanker is very useful in most parts of the township to deliver water to a fire scene when there are no fire hydrants available. 646 is the first due tanker to all active fires within Wantage and Sussex County as well.
Tanker 647 is a International which carries two firefighters and 3000 gallons of water. This tanker is very useful in most parts of the township to deliver water to a fire scene when there are no fire hydrants available.
Utility/ Brush 645 is a 1972 Ford. This truck is the oldest of the fleet and still does a fair share of work. 645 can hold three firefighters. 645 responds to brush fires, tree down calls, road closures, pump outs, and occasional motor vehicle accidents.
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