Engine 37 is a 2007 Pierce Dash quint with a 75′ aluminum arial ladder. The arial ladder is tipped with a master stream capable of flowing 1000 gal./min. It carries 1000′ of 5″ supply line, 300′ of 2 1/2″ attack line pre-connected to a BlitzFire Monitor, 4 – 200′ pre-connects with TaskForce automatic nozzles, and a 150 foot trash line on the bumper. Engine 37’s primary assignment is fire attack and suppression, but has a full complement of equipment to operate as a truck when needed. Its ladder compliment includes a 35′ extension ladder, a 28′ extension latter, a 16′ roof ladder, 2 – 14′ roof ladders, an attic ladder, and a Little Giant. In addition to fire suppression equipment, Engine 37 is outfitted with medical equipment for basic life support and various vehicle extrication tools including a hydraulic combo tool, portable hydraulic pump, air bags, crash kit, and basic cribbing. Engine 37 seats 6 with SCBA including the driver and another 2 in flip down seats. This engine responds out of our Station 2 located on Linglestown Road.