Slatington Volunteer Fire Department
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On this page you will find photos of our current fleet.


Our fleet in front of our station, the fire police unit is the only vehicle missing from the photo.


Unit 2411, 1993 KME Engine with 1500 gpm Hale pump and 750 gallon tank. This unit is our primary response piece for Dwelling / Structure alarms in our primary district.


Unit 2412, 1991 KME engine with 1500 gpm Hale pump and 750 gallon tank. This piece is our 2nd due piece, primary for MVA's and response out or our primary district.


unit 2413, 1980 FMC Engine with Hale 1000 gpm pump with 750 gallon tank. This piece is third due in our primary district and is the primary piece for brush fire type incidents. This is also, the last piece of apparatus still in service from the era prior to the centralization.


Rescue 2441, 1996 International chasis, KME built 18' walk-in rescue style body. This vehicle carries our vehicle, high angle, confined space, and water rescue equipment in addition to misc. fire suppression equipment. This unit is equipped with two pre-connected hydraulic cord reels used for our holmatro system,as well as our portable hydraulic supply system. Also, in addition to this we also carry a personal power unit, pre-connected with the Holmatro combi-tool, providing our rescuers with three pre-connected, easily deployable "jaws of life" rescue tools.

For detailed photos of our fleet, please see the individual pages that are dedicated to each piece of equipment.