Station 36 - Fullerton


851 Second Avenue
Whitehall, PA 18052
Tel: 610-266-2676

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Station Apparatus

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Engine 3611

Year: 2007
Manufacturer: Central States Manufacturing on a Spartan Chassis
Pump Capacity: 1250 Gallons Per Minute

Engine 3612

Year: 1990
Manufacturer: Mack Truck chassis with a Ward body
Pump Capacity: 1250 Gallons Per Minute

Aerial 3631

Year: 1995
Manufacturer: Baker Aerialscope on a Spartan Chassis
Aerial Length: 95 Feet

Rescue 3641

Year: 2003
Manufacturer: Central States Manufacturing on a Spartan Chassis
Info: The apparatus carries the jaws-of-life and an assortment of rescue equipment used at the scene of vehicle accidents and other rescues

Utility 3692

Year: 2005
Manufacturer: Ford F550 with an Aluminum utility body
Info: This vehicle is used to transport firefighters and equipment to an emergency scene. It is also used to tow the station's water rescue boat.

Fullerton Fire Station Members - 2020
Greg Rice, Assistant Chief
Bruce Bray, Lieutenant
Tim Johnson, Lieutenant
Tyler D. Bachman
Craig Hanzle
Jon K. Hoerner
Jonathon Matzura
Jimmy Meitzler
Evan Meitzler
Brett R. Monahan
Michael G. Nester Jr.
Jordan Rex
Greg Unger

Fire Trucks From the Past

Old Engine 1
1976 American LaFrance Pumper, Engine 3612 Originally Known As "Engine 1"

Ladder 6
1973 American LaFrance Ladder Truck, Ladder 6, (Retired 1995)

Rescue 8
1985 Saulsbury Rescue on a Ford C600 Chassis, Rescue 8 (Retired 2003)

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