Adams County Station 11

Station 11 – Twin Lakes

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Fire Station 11 is located at 1675 W. 69th Ave. and opened in 2019.

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BATTALION 11

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2018 Ford F-150 Responder​ 4×4.

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Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

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SAM 11

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(65023) 2010 Ford Expedition​ 4×4. Former Battalion 11 and was North Washington Fire Rescue Battalion 31.

ENGINE 11

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(17688) 2017 Pierce Velocity (30312) 1500 gpm pump (Pierce PUC) with 500 gallon water tank, and foam (Husky 3).

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TRUCK 12

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2017 Pierce Arrow XT PUC (30265) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform 1500 gpm pump with 470 gallon water tank, shown here with the Breast Cancer Awareness graphics for the month of October of 2020. Former Truck 12.

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MEDIC 11

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2019 Ford F-550 4×4 XLT Super Duty / AEV Traumahawk (19OF24742), shown here with the Breast Cancer Awareness graphics for the month of October of 2020.

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RESCUE 11

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(273) 2006 Spartan Gladiator Evolution (2002EE2 – 5009) / SVI (Heavy Rescue) with 250 gpm pump, 300 gallon water tank, and 9000 watt command light tower. Former Rescue 14.

BRUSH 11

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(2099) 1999 Ford F-450 4×4/ E-One/ American Eagle JackRabbit (121497) with 150 gpm pump, 460 gallon water tank, and 40 gallons of foam (FoamPro). Former Attack 11.

BOAT 11

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Zodiac.

Station 11 Historical Photos

Station 11 – Western Hills

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Fire Station 11 was located at 7980 Elmwood Lane, and is the former North Washington Fire Rescue Station 33. This station was replaced by a new station at Pecos St. between W. 69th Ave. & W. 70th Ave. in Twin Lakes in 2019.

ATTACK 11

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1999 Ford F-450 4×4 XLT Super Duty / E-One/ American Eagle with 150 gpm pump, 460 gallon water tank, and 40 gallons of foam (FoamPro). Former Brush 13 and redesignated as Brush 11.

MEDIC 11

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Ford E-350 4×4 Super Duty. Former North Washington Fire Rescue Medic 33.

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TRUCK 11

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2012 Pierce Velocity (25183) 75′ rear-mount aerial ladder with 1500 gpm pump (Pierce PUC), 500 gallon water tank, and foam. Former North Washington Fire Rescue Truck 33 and became Truck 14.

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ENGINE 11

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2013 Pierce Velocity (26506-0#) with 1500 gpm pump (Pierce PUC), 750 gallon water tank, and 40 gallons of foam (Husky). Former Southwest Adams County Fire Protection District Engine 11 and became Engine 12.

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MEDIC 11

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2016 Ford E-450 4×4 Super Duty / AEV.

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Station 11 – Twin Lakes

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Fire Station 11 under construction.

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MEDIC 11

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2012 Ford F-450 XLT 4×4 Super Duty / MedTec.

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