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Engine 44-1 is the first responding apparatus for all structure fires in Springfield Township. Delivered in March of 2004, 44-1 was placed into service on July 24, 2004.
Engine 44-3 was the last piece of fire apparatus Springfield Fire Company used that had a totally open cab. Utilized as a water supply piece, the piece of equipment supplied the water for many historic fires in Springfield Township and surrounding communities.
2014 Sutphen 1500 GPM Pumper
On April 26th, 2014 Engine 44 was delivered to 217 Saxer Avenue with lights flashing and sirens blaring. The new engine will replace the old 1995 Sutphen engine that was in April 2013.
1999 Sutphen 95′ Tower w/1500 GPM Pump
Tower 44 was placed into service on Tuesday, August 3rd, 1999. Replacing the 1978 Sutphen Aerial Tower, the new Tower has a lot of the same features but also has a lot more to offer.
Springfield Fire Company’s new Squad 44 – 2009 Sutphen Rescue/Pumper
2005 Sutphen Heavy Rescue
Springfield Fire Company took delivery of the new Sutphen heavy rescue truck on Saturday, July 23rd. The 2005 Sutphen heavy rescue includes: 6 person split-tilt crew cab, 2 – 15 kilowatt Onan hydraulic generators…
2005 Ford F-350 XLT Super Duty with Reading Utility Body
Utility 44 is 2005 Ford F-350 XLT Super Duty with a Reading Utility body. The truck was purchased in 2005 by Springfield Township’s Fireman’s Relief Association. The cab has seating for 5 firefighters.
Springfield Fire Company utilizes three vehicles for the Command Officers, 1998 Ford Expedition, 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer and 2010 Ford Expedition. These vehicles are used by the Chief Officers for emergency response.