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Scranton  is a city located in Lackawanna County, and it is Pennsylvania's sixth most populous city. The city has a population of approximately 76,089, and Scranton is the geographic and cultural center of the Lackawanna River valley, and the largest of the former anthracite coal mining communities.
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Scranton Fire Department  -  Stations & Apparatus
The Scranton Fire Department - provide efficient and effective fire protection and emergency services to the citizens of the City of Scranton.

The Bureau of Fire was incorporated as a paid service in 1901. It is a full-time service consisting of about 130 firefighters. Its headquarters is on Mulberry Street in Central City. The fire department has eight fire stations, which are located in the city's South Side, Central City, the Pinebrook section, West Side, North Scranton, Bull's Head, and on East Mountain. It has 9 firefighting vehicles, including six engines, two trucks, and one rescue engine. Due to recent changes in staffing in early 2011, Engine Company #9 was closed, and at times some remaining companies are left unmanned due to lack of manpower.

Scranton firefighters are members of the IAFF Local 60
Scranton Fire Department 518 Mulberry Street Scranton 570-348-4132
Station Engine Truck Special Units & Ambulance Address Neighborhood
1     C-30A (Structural Collapse Unit), Rescue 1 940 Wyoming Avenue  
2 Eng 2   Reserve Eng 1 500 Gibbons Street  
4 Eng 4 Truck 2 Car-21, Reserve Rescue Engine 518 Mulberry Street  
7 Eng 7 Truck 1 Attack 1 1917 Luzerne Street  
8 Eng 8   Car-30, Mobile Air Unit, Fire Safety House 205-207 East Market Street  
9 Eng 9 Truck 4 Reserve Eng 11 1047 North Main Avenue  
10 Eng 10     1900 East Mountain Road  
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