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On January 4th the new Spartan/New Lexington Engine was put in service. In January also, the Fireman’s Relief Association purchased twenty new Scott Air packs and forty spare cylinders. We also loaned the Sutphen engine to Paxtang Fire Co. while their engine was out of service. The Ambulance committee purchased a C.O. monitor for use by the fire company. The company also purchased an Amkus rescue tool “Jaws of Life” in January. The Middletown rescue truck was taken off of all accidents unless a report of entrapment. This was a great change, for many years the rescue truck was dispatched for accidents in Londonderry Township. In February, we accepted a bid of $200.00 from Carl Runion to purchase the 1942 brush truck. On June 14th the housing of the new 1997 Spartan Engine took place at the firehouse. The engine was dedicated to Emory “Dusty” Fernback and David “Scotty” Gardner, passed members of the fire company. In August the 1984 Sutphen Engine was sold for $38,500.00 to Panama Fire Apparatus and is now in service at Rehobeth, Alabama.