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The purpose of the Lancaster County Fire Chiefs Association is to provide career and volunteer managers of emergency service organizations throughout Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with information, education, services and representation to enhance their professionalism and capabilities to protect citizens from the devastation of fire, environmental, natural, and technological emergencies. The Association meets quarterly at the Lancaster County Public Safety Training Center and as needed with its committees to meet these objectives.

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Rescue 55 and Engine 903 Pass County Review

On Friday, March 6th 2020, members of the LCFCA Standards Committee reviewed two new fire apparatus in the county. The first was Rescue 55 of the New Danville Fire Company. This unit is a 2009 Pierce Velocity PUC that previously served the Morrisville Fire Company of Bucks County. The NDFC has upgraded from an engine-rescue (Engine 55-1) to a heavy rescue-engine (Rescue 55). The second unit reviewed was Engine 903 of the Blue Rock Regional Fire District. Engine 903 is a 2019 Sutphen Monarch assigned to the Highville Station. This unit features a 1750 GPM pump and an extra large 1500 gallon water tank to handle their rural district. Congratulations to both these agencies on their new apparatus!