Code 3 Mapleton, PA Mack CF Pumper - St. Patrick's (12358)

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Code 3 Mapleton, PA Mack CF Pumper - St. Patrick's (12358)
Code 3 Mapleton, PA Mack CF Pumper - St. Patrick's (12358)
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Code 3 Mapleton, PA Mack CF Pumper - St. Patrick's (12358)

This is Item #12358

Scale: 1/64
Release: March 2002
Edition Quantity: 1,500

Mapleton Fire Department is a progressive, all volunteer department organized in 1921. It serves Mapleton Borough and portions of three surrounding townships in rural central Pennsylvania. Mapleton Fire Department operates out of one station and handles an average of 130 calls per year between 4 apparatus. In addition to fire suppression, the department also provides vehicle extraction, rope, water and confined space rescues and Q.R.S.

Engine Rescue 2 is a 1980 Mack CF that began it's service with the New York City Fire Department. It was originally assigned to Engine Co. 7, which resides in the Tribeca section of Lower Manhattan. This unit served with Engine Co. 7 from 1980 until 1990, after leaving first line service, it served several more years as a Reserve Engine, seeing duty at several stations including Engine Co. 73 in the Bronx and Engine Co. 58 in Harlem. After being removed from Reserve status, and disposed of by the city, it was purchased by the Mapleton Fire Department and began it s service with Company 2 in 1997.

Engine Co. 7 is located at 100 Duanne St. where it shares quarters with Ladder Co. 1 and Battalion 1.

Engine Rescue 2 is a 1980 Mack CF that began it's service with the New York City Fire Department. It was originally assigned to Engine Co. 7, which resides in the Tribeca section of Lower Manhattan. This unit served with Engine Co. 7 from 1980 until 1990, after leaving first line service, it served several more years as a Reserve Engine, seeing duty at several stations including Engine Co. 73 in the Bronx and Engine Co. 58 in Harlem. After being removed from Reserve status, and disposed of by the city, it was purchased by the Mapleton Fire Department and began it s service with Company 2 in 1997.

Engine Co. 7 is located at 100 Duanne St. where it shares quarters with Ladder Co. 1 and Battalion 1

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