Revere Has New Rescue Company

Issue 6 and Volume 83.

Revere Has New Rescue Company The city of Revere, Mass., on March 5 officially placed in service Rescue Company No. 1, the car and equipment being a gift to the municipality from Fire Commissioner Harry J. Harding. The apparatus is mounted on a Pierce Arrow chassis and carries the following equipment: two All Service gas masks, first aid kits, 20-foot extension ladder, 12-foot collapsible ladder, inhalator, stretcher, axes, 35-gallon chemical tank and hose, foam generator. Alfite carbon dioxide extinguisher, soda and acid type extinguisher. Pyrene extinguisher, six rubber blankets, hydraulic jack, crowbar, Bresnon nozzle, jimmy, and Prestolite flood lights. The company is commanded by Captain G. J. Porter and Lieutenant V. D. MacAulay and is stationed at the Walden Street Firehouse in Revere Beach. Chief Thomas J. McCarrack, of the Revere Department, is very proud of this new unit which is one of the first rescue cars to be placed…

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