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Pierce Arrow XT - Engine 24

Engine 24-3 is a Pierce 2012 Arrow XT with TAK-4 suspension, 6 personnel cab seating with a raised roof and a Detroit DD13 500 hp diesel engine. The pump is a Waterous 1500 GPM single stage pump with a 1000 gallons water tank and a portable foam pack. The truck carries an additional 5 gallons of foam and has a Harrison 10KW PTO driven generator. Wireless Firecom communication headsets, weather band CD/AM/FM radio capable of route alerting and onscene Explore Mapping system. The hose load consist of REAR * 1100' 4" Supply Hose * 500' 3" Supply/Attack Hose * 300' 2.5" Pre-Connected Attack Line * 300' 2" Pre-Connected Attack Line * 400' 1.75" Pre-Connected Attack Line CROSSLAYS * 200' 1.75" Pre-connected Crosslay * 200' 1.75" Pre-connected Crosslay BUMPER * 200' 1.75" (150')Pre-connected Bumper Line The Engine has 3 *5' intakes , one on the officer side, drivers side and front bumper. All discharges are 2.5'. The hose bed was designed to be no taller then 5 foot 7 inches from the ground to the bottom of the hose bed. The Engine carries the stanard Engine Company tools.


Pierce Arrow XT - Squad 4

* Rescue/Engine 4-6 * Pierce Arrow XT TAK-4 suspension * Detroit Diesel engine * Waterous 1500 GPM single stage pump * 1000 gallons of water * Harrison 10,000 watts generator * all LED warning & scene lighting * 1050' 4" supply hose * 500' 3" supply hose * 300' 2.5" blitz hose * 300' 2" high rise attack hose * 800' 1.75" attack hose * Thermal Imaging Camera * mounted & portable various Hurst tools * QRAE-2 gas meter * EMS & Water Rescue equipment * Rescue-42 struts with accessories * various fire fighting tools


Station 4 - Antique Trailer

Used to move the 1926 Hale Pumper




Station 24 - 241

1926 Hale Pumper Purchased at the cost of $5,000 dollars from the Wilmington Fire Apparatus Company in Wilmington , Delaware. The Hale Pumper has a 500 gallon GPM pump and a 100 gallon water tank. It was restored under the direction of Chief Emeritus Ed Shetzler in the mid 1990's


Station 24 - Van 24

Chrysler Town and Country


Station 4 - FDU-4

Retired 2018



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Odessa Fire Company
304 Main St.
P.O. Box 81
Odessa, DE 19730
302.378.8929 | 302.378.1300 (fax)

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