South Adams County Station 21

Station 21 – Adams City

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Former Fire Station 21 is located at 4711 E. 69th Ave. (Union Hall), this station is not staffed. (South Adams County Firefighters Association Local 5124).

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Station 21 Historical Photos

ENGINE No. 1

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(Engine 223) 1923 American LaFrance (4453), former Lincoln Fire Department, Nebraska.

PUMPER No. 201

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(Pumper 1) 1976 Mack CF (CF686F15-11521) 500 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump, also ran as Engine 21.

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ENGINE 21

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1976 Mack CF (CF686F15-11521) 500 gallon water tank / 500 gpm pump, donated to the Plum Grove Volunteer Fire Department in Cleveland, Texas, that department lost everything during Hurricane Harvey in 2017.

AERIAL PUMPER 210

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1977 Mack CF (CF685F15-1187) Snorkel 50′ 500 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump, also ran as Squrt 23.

AERIALSCOPE 208

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(Aerialscope 1) 1974 Mack CF (CF611FAP-1676) / Baker 75′ mid-mount aerial ladder, also ran as Ladder 22.

SQUAD 204

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(Squad 4) 1977 Dodge 300 4×4 / Pierce (9223-C) 250 gallon water tank / 300 gpm pump.

SQUAD 201

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(Squad 1) 1982 Chevy C70 / SVI.

ENGINE 21

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2017 Pierce Velocity 750 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump with foam.

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