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Housing of Engine 84-1
Saturday, December 14, 2013

On Saturday, December 14, 2013, the members of the Millville Volunteer Fire Company, under the direction of Chief Bob Magee, officially housed its newest piece of apparatus. The members did the traditional housing ceremony of pushing Engine 84-1 into the bay it will occupy in the station. Engine 84-1 is a 2013 E-One/Emax Rescue Pumper on a Typhoon series chassis. 84-1 carries 1000 gallons of water and is equipped with a 1500 GPM Q-max Hale pump. It has a 6 firefighter cab with 5 SCBA seats. An on board hydraulic pump was installed to supply the Halmatro rescue tools it carries. It is equipped with pre-connected spreaders and cutters on the officer side, along with rams and a portable pump. The front bumper contains a pre-connected combi-tool and basic stabilization tools. The Officer side of the Engine is completely dedicated to Rescue, whereas the driver side is committed to Engine Company Operations. On the driver side there is a dedicated RIT compartment. Engine 84-1 holds 1000' of 5" hose and 600' of 3" hose. It is equipped with 2-200' of 1-3/4" speed lays, a 200' 1-3/4" front bumper line, a 350' 1-3/4" rear hose-line, and a 200' 2-1/2" rear hose-line. Engine one was sold by Eric Huovinen of Patriot Fire "Dedicated Volunteers Proudly Serving Our Community"

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