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Tue. Apr 1st 2014
MOFD Becomes a Licensed EMS Agency, assists Pittsburgh EMS

In late 2013, the Mt. Oliver Fire Dept became a Licensed EMS Agency by the PA Dept of Health. And now, as of A...

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Fri. Jan 31st 2014
Increased Training Brings MOFD to a SILVER Level Certification

 Mt. Oliver Fire Dept is now proudly recognized as a Silver Level of Certification by the Office of the State ...

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Wed. Aug 7th 2013
"Engine Company Operations" Class for Firefighters

Firefighters from Mt. Oliver and other surrounding fire depts. got an opportunity to sharpen their skills in a trai...

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199 Squad

2001 American LaFrance Ford F-550

Squad 199 is a fire apparatus designed to handle tasks to support many fire ground activities. It is also equipped to respond to other incidents including, vehicle rescue, hazardous materials incidents,and. structural collapse. It is equipped with 4 SCBAS w/ 5 spare cylinders,, lighting equipment, bottle jacks, (2) High Lift jacks, cribbing, ppv fan, 20gal foam, hand tools, little giant ladder, oil dry and containment equipment, brooms, shovels, and traffic cones.

engine and truck 199

1869 1990 Grumman Attackcat and 2002 American LaFrance

199 Engine

1990 Grumman Attack Cat Pumper

Engine 199 is a fire apparatus set up primarly for fire extinguishment activities. It is equipped with 6 SCBAs w/ spare cylinders, 1500 gpm 2 stage pump, a 500 gallon booster tank, 1000 ft. of 5" supply hose, 500 ft. of 3" leaderline with gate wye, 200 ft. 3" hose for blitzfire, (4) 1-3/4" 200 ft. crosslays (1) 2-1/2" preconnect, blitzfire ground monitor, medical first responder bag w/ O2, backboard, gas meters, echo vent chainsaw, 20gal foam, foam eductor and nozzle, negative pressure fan, 200 ft. of utility rope, oil dry and containment equipment, vehicle stabilization equipment, brooms, shovels, 16 ft. roof ladder, and 24 ft. extension ladder.

199 Command

2004 Ford Expedition

Command 199 is equipped with a command center,VHF and UHF radios, tv/vcr for the Thermal Imaging Camera, SCBA, forcible entry tools, first responder bag w/ O2.

199 Truck

2002 American LaFrance Quint

Truck 199 is a mulit-function fire apparatus used primarly for truck company operations, but also is equipt for Rapid Intervention and rope rescue incidents. It is equipped with 6 SCBAs w/ 6 spare cylinders, a 100 ft. straight stick heavy duty aerial ladder w/ prepiped waterway, a 2000 gpm single stage pump, a 300 gallon booster tank, 1000 ft. of 5 inch supply line, (2) 1-3/4" 200 ft. crosslays, (1) 2-1/2" 200 ft. crosslay, 300 ft. of 3" hose, a blitzfire ground monitor, truck co. tools, RIT tools, rope rescue equipment, lighting equipment, salvage and overhaul equipment, lighted search rope, (1) electric ppv, (1) gas powered ppv,(1) negavtive pressure fan, thermal imgaging camera, MSA 3 gas meter, stokes basket,first responder bag w/ O2, (1) cutters edge roof saw, (1) cutters edge rotary saw, (1) echo vent saw, 14 and 16 ft. roof ladders, 24 and 35 ft. extension ladders.

Retired Truck 92

1987 Pirsch

95 ft ladder1750gmp Hale pump

199 Utility

1994 Ford Econoline 250 van

Utility199 is equipped to transport manpower as well carrying REHAB equipment, with 3 SCBAS w/ 3 spare cylinders, tent, chairs, negative pressure fan, bottles of water, (2) water jugs, towels, propane heater, and traffic cones.

Retired Engine 91

1972 1972 Ward LaFrance

1250 GPM duel 200 ft booster lines 1200 feet of 3 in supply line


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