Denver Engine No. 4 Fire

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Engine No. 4 Fire

Photo courtesy Ben Cassel

At on May 4th, 2012 Denver Fire Department responded to the Denver Firefighters Museum for a vehicle fire. Retired DFD Engineer and Museum Volunteer, Dan Farley kept the fire under control until firefighters arrived. Crews arrived to the old Engine No. 4 fully involved from the engine. Crews were able to get a quick knock on the fire and saving most of the engine. The museum purchased the 1953 Seagrave in 1999 to serve as a hearse for active, retired and line-of-duty firefighters, and the the first designated department hearse in the United Sates. The engine will need extensive repairs. No injuries were reported.

Photo courtesy Ben Cassel

Photo courtesy Ben Cassel

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

Photo courtesy Denver Firefighters Museum

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