Southwest Adams County Station 11

Station 11 – Hidden Lake

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Former Fire Station 11 located at 3365 W. 65th Ave. and this station was replaced at the same location.

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Station 11

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Fire Station 11 located at 3365 W. 65th Ave. (Headquarters). Became Adams County Fire Rescue (Colorado) Station 12.

RESCUE No. 4

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1960 Ford F-350 / Woebar, also ran as Rescue 104 & Rescue 101.

TRUCK No. 8

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1960 International (BC170) / Pitman 65′ articulating boom cherry picker with local body work, also ran as Truck 108. This was a former U.S. Air Force aircraft de-icer before being repurposed as a fire rig.

PUMPER No. 1

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1975 Ford F-750 4×4 / Howe (14467-4) 400 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Pumper No. 2, Pumper 101, Pumper 12 & Engine 4.

ENGINE 9

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1978 Hendrickson (1871-S) / E-One (645) 1500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Pumper 109.

TRUCK No. 8

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1980 Sutphen (TS100 / HS-1439 / 42394) 100′ mid-mount aerial platform 1500 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank, also ran as Ladder 100, Truck 108 and Ladder 11. Sold to the City of Ashland Fire Department (Wisconsin) and ran as Tower 11.

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Shown here running as Ladder 100 and the light bar reversed.

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Shown here with the newer graphics, lights and running as Ladder 11.

PUMPER No. 4

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1984 Ford F-700 / CanAm (SE-591) 750 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Pumper 104 and Attack 14.

ENGINE 106

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1988 Pierce Dash (E-4626) 1250 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 11 and Engine 13.

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FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU

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Ford.

UTILITY 170

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U170 (Support Services) Ford F-250 4×4 XLT Super Duty.

ENGINE 11

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2003 Pierce Lance 1500 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank. Became Adams County Fire Rescue (Colorado) Engine 12 and later ran as Reserve Engine 16.

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ENGINE 11

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Pierce Lance 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 14.

ENGINE 11

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1992 Pierce Lance 1500 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 12.

LADDER 11

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2000 Pierce Dash 100′ rear-mount aerial platform 2000 gpm pump and 350 gallon water tank. Became Clinton Fire Department (Oklahoma) Ladder 11.

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RESCUE 11

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1999 Pierce Dash (Heavy Rescue). Became Fairview Volunteer Fire Department (North Carolina) Rescue 3.

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PARAMEDIC 11

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2006 Ford E-450 / McCoy Miller.

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PARAMEDIC 11

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Ford E-450.

CHIEF 11

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Ford Explorer 4×4.

ENGINE 11

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2013 Pierce Velocity PUC 1500 gpm pump, 750 gallon water tank with twin 20 gallons of foam. Became Adams County Fire Rescue (Colorado) Engine 12.

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MEDIC 11

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2013 Ford F-450 4×4 / AEV. Became Adams County Fire Rescue (Colorado) Medic 15.

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UTILITY 11

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