APPARATUS CURRENTLY IN SERVICE
1985 Hendrickson/Darley with 500 gallon water capacity – Perry County Rescue 12- Cumberland County Rescue 34
2010 KME Predator with 1250 gallon water capacity and CAFS – Perry County Engine 12-1-Cumberland County Engine 134
2008 KME Predator 100ft Quint with 600 gallon water capacity – Perry County Engine 12-2- Cumberland County Engine 234
1997 Spartan/Darley with 2500 gallon water capacity – Perry County Tanker 12 – Cumberland County Tanker 34
1995 GMC/Darley with 200 gallon water capacity – Perry County Utility 12 – Cumberland County Utility 34
APPARATUS THAT HAS BEEN RETIRED OVER OUR HISTORY
1932 BUICK COUPE-
The company’s first piece of apparatus was a 1932 Buick coupe put into service in 1952. They mounted a 250-gallon water tank in the trunk and strapped a ladder to the roof. Primitive as it sounds, this piece was used as the main piece for two years. Without a station to house this piece, it was kept in garages owned by Dick Shatto, Richard Schuchman, and Bill Brunner.
1954 Chevy/ Darley Pumper “OLD MINNIE”
Purchased in 1954 the Chevrolet / Darley Pumper could pump 500 GPM and carry 600 gallons of water. This piece cost approximately $7,200.00 and fully equipped the price tag rose to nearly $12,000.00. It was kept in service for many years and later was refurbished and is kept at the current station as a proud showpiece of our history.
In 1965 the company bought a 1964 Chevrolet tank truck that could haul 1000 gallons of water.
The company in 1973 purchased a new Chevrolet / Darley Pumper. It could pump 750 GPM and was used as a primary engine.