Mack LS 85 - 1949
Engine 38-1 is a 1949 Model LS 85 Mack Pumper. It goes without saying that the "49", as it is affectionately known, is the pride of Station 38's fleet. The "49" proudly served the East Greenville Fire Department from the day it was delivered in 1949 until it was placed out of service in 1989. The "49" now serves the Company as a goodwill ambassador, responding only to parades, community events and fire apparatus musters. As the saying goes at the station and as you can see from the picture above, the "49" does not take a bad picture. The "49" is currently cared for by a group of dedicated Engineers an...
KME - 2007
This 2007 KME Engine responds as the first due fire attack unit in the Borough of East Greenville and the northern end of Upper Hanover Township and as the second due Engine at all vehicle accidents and rescues in the same municipalities.
Engine 38 represents a new approach in fire suppression technique for the EGFD with the addition of a Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS) to its cache of firefighting tools.
KME - 2010
Squad 38 is a 2010 KME Rescue Engine featuring a varity of handtools, hydraulic tools and specialized equipment which enables this truck to perform a dual purpose role. Squad 38 is the first due unit to all reports of vehicle accidents and rescues as well as all other types of rescues in East Greenville Borough and northern sections of Upper Hanover Township. Additionally, Squad 38 responds as our second due engine to all reports of building fires as it is set up as a twin to Engine 38 with the same CAF system.
Spartan / Smeal - 2013
Ladder 38 is a 2013 Spartan / Smeal, 105 Aerial. Ladder 38 responds as the first due aerial to any reported building fire or fire alarm in the Borough of East Greenville and the Northern End of Upper Hanover Township. Ladder 38 is also set up to provide back-up vehicle rescue and confined space rescue services to the Borough and surrounding communities. Basically a toolbox on wheels, this truck carries numerous hand tools and other equipment to support fire ground operations.