Tuesday, April 02, 2013

New Fire Engine Coming to Bethlehem Today

From Bethlehem: The Bethlehem Fire Department will receive a new fire engine at Schweder Fire Station, 419 East Fourth Street, Bethlehem, PA., on Tuesday, April 2, at 12:30p.m.. Mayor John Callahan and Fire Chief George Barkanic will be on hand tomorrow to showcase the new engine.

The new engine is a 2013 PUC model from Glick Fire Equipment, a dealer for Pierce Manufacturing. As well as firefighting equipment, the engine will carry rescue equipment.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

If Callahn shows the firemen won't. They can't stand the guy.

Bernie O'Hare said...

I doubt that is true, but he is not there to be their buddy. The firemen work for him, and he works for the people of Bethlehem.

Anonymous said...

Why is bethlehem changing from a E-One to a Pierce? What the model cheaper, better???

Anonymous said...

Yeah, they can't stand him because he finally put an end to their overtime games by constantly calling out "sick".

Anonymous said...

Firemen have nothing to bitch about. No college degree and make $90,000 a year. They sleep while they work and get paid. They work 4 days a week if they are lucky. Then they bitch when they have to go out on a medical 911 call. What a joke.