Brighton Station 52

Station 52 – Water Tower Park

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Fire Station 52 is located at 124 S. 40th Ave. and was built in 2017.

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Rick Luebke Photo ©

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BATTALION CHIEF 51

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(C014) 2020 Chevy Tahoe 4×4 / L.A.W.S Upfitting.

ENGINE 52

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(E006) 2013 Spartan Gladiator / BME (2444) with a 1,500 GPM pump (Waterous), 750-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell. 

Keith Kahler Photo ©

TOWER 52

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(A003) 2022 Pierce Velocity (37800) with a Pierce Ascendant 100′ mid-mount aerial platform, 1,750 GPM pump, and 300-gallon water tank.

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MEDIC 52

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(M002) 2021 Ram 4500 4×4 / Arrow

Medic 52 is Brighton’s first department-staffed ambulance in a movement to provide to Fire-Based EMS to the citizens of Brighton Fire Rescue District.

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BRUSH 52

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(B006) 2022 Ram 5500 4×4 / Heiman Thunderstorm slide-in unit with a 250 GPM pump, 300-gallon water tank, and 10-gallon foam cell.

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TENDER 52

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(T003) 2009 Kenworth T800 / Wolverine with a 500 GPM pump, 3,000-gallon water tank, and 4,000-gallon port-a-pond.

Brighton purchased the last two tenders ever built by Wolverine before they went out of business.

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Rick Luebke Photo ©

MASS CASUALTY TRAILER

2006 Haulmark.

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Station 52 Historical Photos

Station 52 – Village Garden

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Fire Station 52 was located at 5 Firehouse Rd. Built in 1963 and replaced in 2017, and became the district’s Training Center. Former Greater Brighton Fire Protection District (Colorado) Station 52.

ENGINE No.2

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(Brighton Volunteer Fire Department) 1927 American LaFrance (Parade Engine).

ENGINE 502

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(Brighton Volunteer Fire Department) 1972 International (CO8190) / Howe (HR72 / 13325) 1000 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank, also ran at of Station 1.

ATTACK 52

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2000 Ford F-550 4×4 250 gpm pump, 450 gallon water tank with 15 gallons of foam, and a bumper mounted turret. Refurbished in 2013 by the department shops, shown here with the older paint and graphics.

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BATTALION 51

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2016 Chevy Tahoe 4×4.

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ENGINE 52

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2013 Spartan Gladiator / BME (2444) with a 1,500 gpm pump (Waterous), 750-gallon water tank with foam. 

Keith Kahler Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

SAM 51

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2012 Chevy Tahoe 4×4, former Battalion Chief 51. Moved to headquarters and reassigned as the EMS Chief.

ENGINE 52

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2019 Pierce Enforcer (32784) 1500 GPM pump, 750-gallon water tank with foam (Husky), former Engine 51 and was returned to Station 51 as Engine 51.

AIR / LIGHT 52

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2009 Scott Breathing Air Systems Trailer

AMBULANCE 52

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(15) “Sally” 2018 Ram 4500 4×4 / Lifeline Paraliner (443018) / Artworks Unlimited. Staffed by Platte Valley Ambulance.

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BATTALION CHIEF 51

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2021 Chevy Tahoe 4×4. Pictured with the former graphics and logo.

BRUSH 52

Keith Kahler Photo ©

(3-00-2) 2000 Ford F-550 Lariat 4×4 / Merritt with a 250 GPM pump, 450-gallon water tank with 15 gallons of foam, and bumper-mounted turret, repainted and refurbished in 2013 by department shops, former Attack 55 & Brush 55. Former Greater Brighton Fire Protection District (Colorado) Attack 52.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

AMBULANCE 52

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(18) 2020 Ram 5500 4×4 / Lifeline Paraliner (490721). Reassigned as Ambulance 57.

Operated under a contract with Platte Valley Ambulance Service and Brighton Fire Rescue District.