2001 Ford Model E Series ambulanceThis 2001 Ford Model E Series Ambulance is powered by a 7.3 liter turbo diesel with an automatic transmission. The body was built by American Emergency Vehicles. The ambulance has one portable litter and responds to medical service and fire calls.

The 2001 Ford Ambulance was sold and it was replaced with the 2009 Chevrolet Ambulance.


2009 Chevrolet Series G4500 type 111 Ambulance

This 2009 Chevrolet  Series G4500 type 111 Ambulance is powered by a Duramax Diesel 6.6L V8 with a 4 speed automatic transmission. The body was built by PL Custom Emergency Vehicles. The ambulance responds to medical calls and fire calls within the Rothsville Ambulance running district and surrounding area.



As part of a county-wide change in station identification numbers, the Rothsille Volunteer Fire Company Station number changed from Station 2-10 to Station 24.  This change became effective on August 1, 2012.


Ford Ambulance image

Ford Ambulance

Purchased in 2012, this 2009 Ford F450, Type III ambulance, powered by a Turbo Diesel 7.3L V8. The body was built by AEV with a Trauma Hawk box.

Both this ambulance and the 2009 Chevy ambulance (purchased in 2010) respond to medical calls and fire calls within the Rothsville Fire and Ambulance primary district and surrounding areas. Units are rotated for service and use the call signs of Ambulance 24-1 and Ambulance 24-2.



Squad 24-1 image

Squad 24-1

Squad 24-1: 2015 Ford F350 4WD Super Duty with a Dejana Utility Box.  This unit is used to transport additional personnel to emergency scenes and training classes and carries misc. equipment such as medical supplies, including an AED; traffic control devices; vehicle rescue equipment; water rescue equipment; spill control equipment; fire extinguishers; scene lighting and 3 SCBA’s. Unit was purchased new from 10-8 Emergency Vehicle Services in New Holland in late 2014.


Duty Officer Vehicle image

Duty Officer Vehicle

Duty Officer Vehicle: 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD. Unit has a Command Console, an AED, SCBA and an iPad and other supplies needed to manage an incident. It is typically driven by the Duty Chief or Line Officer to handle command functions at emergency incidents. This vehicle was purchased new from Hondru Auto in Manheim in late 2014 for approximately $50,000.



If you or someone you know has pictures or information about the history of the fire company, please contact the WebMaster