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Engine 63 was delivered in September 2009 and replaces Engine 64 as the first due engine.
Engine 63 is a Class A Pumper with a 1,500-gallon-per-minute (gpm) pump which carries 1,000 gallons of water. It also is capable of carrying 30 gallons of foam. Engine 63 has seating capacity of 6.
Engine 63 also has its own set of the Jaws of Life to support Engine 62 and a full medical kit and defibrillator.
Engine 63 is the Department’s first due engine to all fire calls and is staffed by the on duty personnel.