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2018 Runs
Jan 45
Total 45

Past Incidents
2017 790
2016 708
2015 641
2014 553
2013 469
2012 522
2011 542
2010 586
2009 540

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2007 Pierce Enforcer Pumper with 400 HP Caterpillar C9 Diesel Engine, Allison 3000 EVSP 4th Generation Automatic Transmission, 1500 GPM Waterous CSU Pump with 700 gallon tank, Husky 12 Foam System with 30 gallon tank, seating for six with five SCBA pack seats.  LOW MILES (23,873).  Preventive Maintenance up to date.  Pump Test current. 

Length = 30’-11.75”
Height = 10’
Wheelbase = 202.00”
GVWR = 46,500

Additional Features:

Three crosslays (one 2.5” and two 1.75”)
One 2.5” Driver Side Discharge
One 2.5” and One Large Diameter Discharges on Officer Side
One 6” to 4” with Task Force Tip Intake Valve on Driver Side
One 6” Intake on Officer Side
Deck Gun
Booster Reel in rear compartment
Harrison 10 KW Hydraulic Generator
Electric Reel in Rear Compartment
Light Tower
Air Conditioning
AM/FM Radio
Automatic Tire Chains
Federal Q Siren
Interior Cab EMS Compartments (2)
Jake Brakes
David Clark Intercom System
Hose Bed Cover
Two Hard Suction Hose Lengths

Asking Price = $275,000

Contact the Fire Commissioner at 610-559-9809 for all enquires



Gemtor Training

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, December 11

A crucial piece of gear firefighters carry on their pants is a Gemtor belt, which is used for repelling and the rescue of trapped firefighters, but how often is it used other than holding up our pants? After PMFD were encountered with a true down firefighter over the weekend at a local fire, we felt it necessary to train with them. PMFD teamed up with firefighters from Philadelphia and Camden New ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, December 10

On Sunday morning the PMFD was called into Wilson Borough for the working house fire. Initially dispatched on the RIT assignment shortly after dispatch command on scene requested a second engine. Upon arrival crews were put to work assisting with fire suppression, ventilation, throwing ladders, and various other tasks. Crews operated for approximately 3 hours before going back in service.

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Change the clocks, change your batteries.

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, November 05

It’s that time of year again. Additionally, while changing the batteries if the date of the detector has reached it’s 10th Birthday you should replace that as well. Thank You and have a great day!... (Full Story & Photos)

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Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, November 04

On Wednesday night the Palmer Municipal Fire Department excepted a donation from The Red White and Blue Club. This organization was developed by Township residents who live in the Highlands at Glenmoor. They support active military and veterans causes and "have recently expanded the mission to include first responders.

On Wednesday night, the PMFD was presented with a check in the amount of $2,800 ... (Full Story & Photos)

Girl Scout Cookie - Donation

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, February 27

The Palmer Municipal Fire Department would like to thank Samantha Bast, daughter of Chief Bast of the Easton Fire Department for the donation of Girl Scout cookies. Samantha is a member of Brownie Troop 883 and on Monday night prior to drill dropped off the donation.

Thank You for thinking of us Samantha

If anyone is interested in buying from Samantha please contact the Fire Commissioner at
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