Engine 932 is a 2008 Pierce Velocity and is first due out of Station 3 to all structural related calls. It is equipped with a 1500 gallon per minute (GPM) pump and 1000 gallon tank. It has a 6-man cab, hydraulic ladder rack, remote control deck gun and thermal imaging camera. In addition to various handlines it carries 1,000 ft of 5-in supply hose.
Rescue 934 is a 2000 American LaFrance/SVI heavy rescue. Its a workhorse and carries all the tools necessary for nearly every type of rescue situation the department may encounter. It is first due to all MVAs and rescue calls and second due to all fires where it's Cascade system, light tower and rehab capabilities are invaluable.
M-941 consists of a tandem-axle box trailer pulled by 2003 Dodge 2500 Hemi. It is a portable lumberyard carrying wood shoring, panels, a cutting table, saws and other assorted tools for performing trench rescue and mitigating building collapse. Along with the Mechanicstown Fire Deparment, Goshen's Extrication Team responds with 941 and 934 to mutual aid requests for assistance from across Orange and neighboring counties.
Retired in 2015 with over 25 years of service....
Rescue 940 (Little Rescue)
Rescue 940, a 1980 Chevrolet chassis with a Salisbury body has been the workhorse of the department for over two and a half decades. Originally, the only rescue in Goshen, it switched to a backup role upon delivery of the heavy rescue. She was the 2nd due to all MVA and rescue calls with medical equipment and AED responded to medical calls when necessary. She was the original R934 prior to the arrival of the current R934 heavy rescue.