Warren Township Fire Department Station 444

"Full House"

Engine - Tactical HazMat - Medic - Light Wagon

Warren Township Fire Department - Station 444 - 7335 East 30th Street
Warren Township Fire Department - Station 444 - 7335 East 30th Street
New Station 444 was completed in December 2005. This firehouse was a dramatic improvement in size and usefullness
for the apparatus and firefighters at Warren's Hazmat Station.
 
Engine 444 - 2000 Pierce Saber Custom - 1500gpm/500gal
Engine 444 - 2000 Pierce Saber Custom - 1500gpm/500gal
 
Engine 444 - 2000 Pierce Saber Custom - 1500gpm/500gal
Engine 444 - 2000 Pierce Saber Custom - 1500gpm/500gal
Engine Company 444 at home in front of it's new firehouse.
 
Haz-Mat 444 - 2005 LDV Command Vehicle
Haz-Mat 444 - 2005 LDV Command Vehicle
 
Haz-Mat 444 - 2005 LDV Command Vehicle
Haz-Mat 444 - 2005 LDV Command Vehicle
With it's mix of busy highways, large commercial corridors and industrial sites, Warren Township is always a
potential site for Hazardous Material incidents.
 
Engine 444 in front of the old station just around the bend at 7403 East 30th Street.
Engine 444 in front of the old station just around the bend at 7403 East 30th Street.
 
Medic 444
Medic 444 responds to ALS runs for most of 444 and 443's districts.
This unit also responds to numerous mutual aid calls for IFD Ladder 34 and IFD Engine 24's crossover districts.
In the right side of this picture you can see how closely thay had to stack their apparatus in the old 2-bay station.
 
444 Full House Logo
FF Scott Huff, IFD's resident logo artist, created this sharp graphic for Station 444 in 2006
 

Warren Township Fire Department