Fire Chief- Paul O'NEIL
1st Asst Chief - Nate COFFEY
2nd Asst Chief - George DIEHL
Rescue Capt- Ann Lapp
Rescue Lieut: Nick ANDERSON
President - George DIEHL
Vice-President - Nate COFFEY
Secretary - Ann LAPP
Treasure - Nick ANDERSON
2010 KME Pumper Rescue 8 Man cab 1500 Hale rear-mount pump 500gal water cascade system rescue tools in front bumper area light tower
1992 International E-ONE Pumper-Tanker 1000 gpm 1000 water tank 5 man cab 10" quick-dump 1000' of 4 " hose
1937 Mack-Buffalo Pumper 500gmp 250 tank 50' Bangor Ladder Used today as a Reserve pumper, parade truck, Also is used to carry departed firefighters as they answer their last alarm A picture in the lower section shows this truck without the ladder rack.
f997 Freightliner E-One Pumper-Tanker 1250 gal. water and 1250 gmp pump 10" quick dump 3 airpacks 1000' of 4" hose
RAPID INTERVENTION TRUCK 250 gal. water 300 gmp Misc. MVA & Brush equipment 2008 Ford F-350 4x4
2004 Kenworth New Lexington Tanker 3200 gal. tank 3 10" quick dumps 3000 gal port-a-tank
2013 Ford F-450 ROAD RESCUE Ambulance
ATTICA EQUIPMENT FROM THE PAST
1881 RUMSEY hand pumper built in Seneca Fall NY for $600. It was built for the Rescue Engine Co. # 1 of Attica NY.. This pumper is being restored and should be back in the fall of this year or spring of 2013.
Attica 1 1981 Ford / Sanford Pumper 1000 gpm 500 gal in tank water
Attica 1 1952 GMC / YOUNG Pumper 750 gpm 250 gal water tank
Attica 2 1931 Ford / Buffalo Fire Appliance Co pumper
ATTICA 5 1966 Ford / Young Pumper - Tanker 750 gpm 1000 Water Tank
Attica 6 1971 Dodge Powerwagon 4 x 4 Brush Truck
ATTICA 4 1938 Mack / Buffalo Pumper 1964 Chev Van Equipment / Rescue Truck 1969 Chev Van Equipment / Rescue Truck 1988 Ford Young / Marion Equipment / Rescue
ATTICA 7 1953 Reosurplus military truck w/2000 gal. water tank 1969 Mack w/tank off the military veh. Mack truck w/new tank that was installed in 1997. new tank held 2500 gal water and had a 10" quick dump.
ATTICA 8 1982 Starline Superstar Ford Ambulance
Attica 3 1937 Mack / Buffalo Pumper before the ladder rack was added
1931 Ford / Buffalo Fire Appliance Co. Pumper at work at the Andrew KRAUSS mansion fire. February 1, 1935 on Main St.
Attica 4 The "LITTLE MACK" 1938 Mack / Buffalo Pumper
ATTICA FIRE EQUIPMENT OF TODAY & YESTERDAY
Attica 2 1972 Ford Young Pumper - Tanker 1000 gpm 750 tank water
Attica 6 1989 Ford 4 x 4 Brush Truck
ATTICA 1 1922 GMC / BUFFALO Pumper 350 gpm pump
The cart has been restored over the last year and is back in Attica The cart was build in North Buffalo by an unknown firm around 1868 for the Columbia Hose Co #XI of Buffalo. They sold it to Attica in 1878 were it has been since. The cart was used to carry hose for a short time before being made into a show cart in the late 1800's..
LATE 1800'S HOSE CART.. .1 OF 2 HOSE CARTS THAT WERE USED TO PROTECT THE MAPLEWOOD STOCK FARMS IN ATTICA NY THIS CART WAS DONATED TO THE AFD BY THE F C STEVENS FAMILY. OVER THE WINTER OF 2013 & SPRING OF 2014 THE CART WAS RESTORED BY HOWARD BARRACLOUGH SR
ATTICA 8 1972 CHEV. SENTINEL AMBULANCE. THIS WAS ATTICA'S 1ST AMBULANCE. ORIGINAL OWNER WAS THE MARLEY FUNERAL HOME. THEY DONATED IT TO THE ATTICA-BENNINGTON-ALEXANDER VOL. AMBULANCE SQUAD AFTER MARLEY'S GOT OUT OF THE AMBULANCE SERVICE. WHEN A-B-A DISBANDED AFTER 2 YEARS, IT BECAME THE FD'S RIG IN OCTOBER OF 1980. WHEN ATTICA GOT ITS FIRST NEW RIG, IT WAS GIVEN TO BENNINGTON FD WHO STARTED THERE OWN AMBULANCE SERVICE IN 1982
ATTICA 8 1988 FORD STARLINE SUPERSTAR
ATTICA 8 2003 FORD P-L CUSTOM
PICTURES NOT FOUND: 1952 GMC YOUNG TANKER-HIGH PRESSURE 1952 INTERNATIONAL RESCUE VAN