Linda E. Nasman Ferrie, 77, of Scandia, passed away on Friday July 16, 2021 following a brief illness. Linda was born on February 5, 1944 in Warren, Pa., the daughter of the late Harry Nasman and Dora...
Jason L Spence, 33, of Scandia Road, Russell, PA, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, January 2, 2013 at his residence.
Jason was born October 26, 1979, in Warren, PA, the son of Larry Spence and...
As of the beginning of September our ambulance is back in service. The department currently has 14 EMTs and 2 First Responders. We will be providing BLS service for the residents of Elk Township and w...
Seating for 5 with 4 SCBA Seats
Cummins ISC 330 HP Diesel Engine
Allison EVS4000 Automatic Transmission
This truck has a Waterous CS 1250 GPM Side-Mount Pump with a 1,000 gallon booster tank. This truck is supplied with 1,000 feet of 5" in diameter hose, two cross-lays containing 200 feet of 1-3/4" in diameter, and another pre-connected line containing 150 feet of 3" diameter hose. Also on this apparatus has one front pre-connect consisting of 150 feet of 1-3/4" in diameter hose, and an additional 200 feet of 1-3/4" in diameter connected to the rear.
This Unit is currently First due truck to all Residential, and commercial fire alarms. This unit is also listed to respond to all Motor Vehicle Crashes as well as numerous other alarms.
1996 Freightliner/ LaVerne
This pumper is a 1996 LaVerne, built on a Freightliner Chassis This engine can pump 1,000 gallons per minute with a 1,000 gallon booster tank. This truck is supplied with 1,400 feet of 3" in diameter hose, two pre-connected cross-lays containing 200 feet of 1-3/4" in diameter, and another rear lay containing 200 feet of 1-3/4" diameter hose. Also this engine has a 10" rear dump and 4 SCBA jump seats.
This Unit is currently Second due truck to all Residential fires. This unit is also listed to respond to all Mutual Aid Fire Calls, and Fill-ins.
2011 Ford F-550/Life Line
This ambulance is a 2011 Life Line built on the Ford F-550 Chassis. This unit is certified through The Pennsylvania State Department of Health as an Basic Life Support Unit.
This is the 4th Ambulance purchased by the department. Currently 12 medically trained personnel along with drivers provide BLS services to the residents of Elk Township and when called to the surrounding areas.
1st Due for all Brush Fires in our coverage area as well as used for the needs of fire police.