Chief 60-Duty Officer
Unit : Chief 60-Duty Officer
Year : 2008
Model : Ford Expedition
This unit is equipped with an incident command console and communications gear for use by the designated Duty Officer.
Engine 64 “En4cer”
Unit : Engine 64 "En4cer"
Year : 2011
Model : Pierce Arrow XT Pumper
This unit carries 1000 gallons of water, 30 gallons of Class A foam, and 40 gallons of Class B foam. It is equipped with a 1500 gpm pump, Pierce Husky foam system, carries 1000 feet of large diameter supply line, and over 800 feet of attack line. The unit seats a crew of 6, and carries a full compliment of hand tools, saws, medical supplies, SCBA, portable scene lighting, and a thermal imaging camera. It has a 500 horsepower Detroit diesel engine and Allison automatic transmission, with a pto driven generator. This unit is housed at our headquarters station.
This unit is dedicated to the Chance and Soulsby families, who have a long-standing tradition of service to the Easton Volunteer Fire Department. Members of the Chance and Soulsby families have served the department since the early 1900s. This includes five members of the Chance and Soulsby family who have served as fire chief: C.M.T. "Milton" Soulsby (1912-1920), James Chance, Charles R. "Randy" Chance Sr., Les Chance and Charles R. "CR" Chance Jr. Other Chance family members have served in various positions within the department as well. Those members are Ronald Chance, Robert Chance, and Jesse Chance.
Engine 68 “Termin8tor”
Unit : Engine 68 "Termin8tor"
Year : 2008
Model : Spartan/4 Guys Rescue Engine
This unit is equipped with a 1500 GPM pump, 1000 gallon booster tank, and Class "A" and "B" foam tanks. It carries all the standard equipment for an engine company, including 1000 feet of large diameter supply hose (5 inch), 500 feet of 3 inch supply hose, amd more than 800 feet of attack line. Additionally, the unit serves as a rescue engine, and is equipped with two front bumper-mounted hydraulic hose reels, with a pre-connected combination spreader/cutter, and an "O" cutter. The unit also carries cribbing, step chocks, absorbent, and other tools for use during rescue incidents. This unit supplements our heavy rescue, and is housed at the Matthewstown Road substation.
Rescue 61 “Tool Time”
Unit : Rescue 61 "Tool Time"
Year : 1995
Model : E-One Heavy Rescue
This unit is equipped as a heavy rescue, and carries two sets of hydraulic rescue tools (including spreaders, cutters, combination tools, rams, cribbing, hi-lift jacks, and associated attachments. The unit has a 6000 psi air cascade system with SCBA filling station, light tower for scene lighting, various power tools, saws, fans, ropes, and Rapid Intervention Team (RIT Team) equipment. This unit also carries absorbent, booms, inflatable pools, and other tools used in hazardous materials incidents. It can transport a crew of 10, with 9 SCBA seating positions. This unit is housed at our headquarters station.
Aerial Tower 61 “High Expectations”
Unit : Aerial Tower 61 "High Expectations"
Year : 2013
Model : Sutphen SPH 100
Aerial Tower 61 is a Mid-Mount 100' aerial tower, with 2 master stream devices. Powered by a 500HP Cummins and Allison Automatic, Aerial Tower 61 is equipped with a 1500 gpm Hale pump, 150 gal of water, (2) 200’ 1 ¾” cross lays, a 200’ 2 ½” cross lay, 500’ 5” LDH, 143’ of ground ladders and 9500 watts of scene lighting and all other NFPA required equipment.
Nicknamed “High Expectations”, AT-61 is 46’ 6” long on a 236” wheelbase Sutphen chassis, and was built to fit within the height constraints of the existing firehouse and measures a short 10’ 3” tall.
The bell on the truck carries on and EVFD tradition, as it has served on every aerial truck owned by the department since the 1940’s. Gold Leaf Lettering and Vinyl work performed by Danz Lettering, Aerial Tower 61 was sold by John Lawver, Lawver Fire Apparatus , Gettysburg, PA.
AT-61 is housed at the Headquarters Station.
Tanker 61 “Flash Flood”
Unit : Tanker 61 "Flash Flood"
Year : 2002
Model : Peterbilt/4 Guys
(Tractor) 2002 Peterbilt 379 w/ 425hp C15 Cat, Allison automatic transmission. / (Trailer) 4 Guys - Brenner 6000 Gal stainless steel tank, self contained diesel powering 1500 GPM pump and generator. This unit is housed at our headquartwers station. Tanker 61 is often called for mutual aid (Tanker Task Force) when "BIG WATER" is needed.
Brush 66 “Brush Monster”
Unit : Brush 66 "Brush Monster"
Year : 1986
Model : International/4 Guys
This unit is 4 wheel drive, and is equipped with a 1000 GPM front mount pump. The unit has a 500 gallon booster tank, and carries assorted saws, rakes, and other equipment. It carries 300 feet of large diameter supply hose (5 inch), 500 feet of 3 inch supply hose, more than 200 feet of forestry hose, and has two booster reels with 200 feet of 1 inch hose on each. It is equipped with a rear-mounted 20 ton drag winch. This unit is housed at our headquarters station.
Unit : Brush 69
Year : 1989
Model : Ford F350 4X4 diesel
This unit underwent a rehab in 2010. It is equipped with a 200 gal poly tank (with foam cell), custom equipment boxes with forestry tools, new Honda powered fire pump. Warn 10k winch, and a Whelen LED emergency light package. This unit carries 50 feet of 2" supply line, 200 feet of 1" Booster reel line, and 400 feet of forestry hose. The unit is housed at our Matthewstown Road substation.
Unit : Utility 61
Year : 2005
Model : Ford F-250
This unit functions as a utility vehicle to respond to smaller emergencies, or to transport personnel and equipment as needed.
Unit : Utility 62
Year : 2000
Model : Ford Econoline 10 passenger van
This unit is used as a utility vehicle to transport personnel or equipment to incidents or training. It is housed at our headquarters station.
Unit : Ambulance 60
Year : 2003
Model : Ford/Horton
This unit is ALS equipped and responds to emergency medical calls in the Easton area. The unit is housed at our headquarters station.
Fire Safety Awareness Trailer
Unit : Fire Safety Awareness Trailer
Year : 2003
Model : Surrey Fire Safety House
This unit was purchased in 2003 with funds from the Assistance to Firefighter's Grant (AFG) courtesy of the United States Fire Administration. The trailer is a mobile classroom containing stadium style seating, and a full compliment of audio/visual equipment, including exterior public address system. The trailer has a fully functional kitchen, including a working sink and stove. It has a working fireplace simulator, a fire alarm and smoke alarm system, and hearing impaired smoke and fire alarms. It features a bedroom with ducted smoke simulations at various levels and amounts, a heated door, and window escape ladder. The trailer has a control room for an operator/observer, as well as a 911 simulator. This mobile classroom is utilized throughout the Eastern Shore of Maryland at public events, fire department open house functions, carnivals and fairs, as well as schools. It is available by request. Contact 410-822-4848 to request this unit at your event.
Unit : "Old Mom"
Year : 1919
Model : American LaFrance pumper
This unit still operates under it's own power. It is used by the EVFD for public events, parades, ceremonies, and fire prevention activities. This unit has faithfully served the Town of Easton since 1919, and is housed at our headquarters station.
Unit : Utility 60
Year : 1997
Model : Chevrolet Tahoe
This unit served as a utility vehicle to transport personnel to training or incidents as needed. Prior to 2008, the unit served as the Chief of the Department's vehicle. It was damaged in an accident in the fall of 2012, as was placed permanently out of service.
Engine 64 “Mr. Bubbles”
Unit : Engine 64 "Mr. Bubbles"
Year : 1986
Model : Sutphen Foam Pumper
This unit carries 500 gallons of water, and 500 gallons of AR-AFFF foam. It was sold in 2012 to the Bon De Croft Fire Department in Sparta, Tennessee.
Unit : Steamer
Year : 1896
Model : Silsby Steam Engine
This steam engine was purchased in 1916 From The Union Fire Co. No. 1 of Carlisle, PA. Its Reg # is 2453, it's size is 3 and with a pump bore x stroke (Rotary ) it on a crane (Frame) It was propelled by two horses The Model is a Silsby . It is housed in the lobby of our headquarters station.
The engine arrived in Carlisle in June 1896 and was in service until August 1913. It was shipped to Easton via the Pennsylvania Railroad.