Ladder 64 was the primary structural fire attack apparatus in the Borough from 1987 until 2011. It was equipped with a 100' steel aerial ladder with a pre-piped waterway, a Waterous 2-stage 1500 GPM water pump with 300 gallons of water, 900' of 3" supply line, (2) 1 3/4" pre-connected attack lines, (1) 2 1/2" pre-connected attack line, and a TFT Blitzfire portable master stream nozzle packed with 100' of 2 1/2" hose. It carried 219' of ground ladders, an MSA thermal imaging camera, (7) Scott SCBA with spare cylinders and various hand and power tools. It was also equipped with a 8KW diesel generator on-board with 4 truck mounted quartz scene lights. It could carry 4 fully equipped firefighters to the scene. The aerial ladder failed recertification in 2010 and was placed out of service while the replacement apparatus was prepared. It was placed out of service in December 2011.