Aurora Station 6

Station 6 – Mission Viejo

Ethan Dunlop Photo ©

(Battalion 3) Fire Station 6 is located at 15588 E. Hampden Circle.

ENGINE 6

Charles Broshous Photo ©

(00142) 2020 E-One Cyclone (142642) with 1500 gpm pump (Hale Qmax), 490 gallon water tank, and 40 gallon Class A foam cell (FoamPro 2002).

Ethan Dunlop Photo ©

Charles Broshous Photo ©

LADDER 6

Ethan Dunlop Photo ©

(90267) 2019 E-One Cyclone HM 100 (141946) 100′ rear-mount aerial.

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

Station 6 Historical Photos

Station 6

Duane Troxel Photo ©

Fire Station 6 at the current location on E. Hampden Circle and shown here in 1974.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Shown here in 2011.

TRUCK No. 6

Ron Heal Photo ©

1967 Pirsch 100′ Tiller Tractor, refurbished in 1982.

Rick Davis Photo ©

TRUCK No. 6

Rick Davis Photo ©

1969 GMC 9500 / Pirsch 100′ Tiller ladder, former Cleveland Fire Department (Ohio).

Mike Laven Photo ©

ENGINE No. 6

Duane Troxel Photo ©

1973 American LaFrance with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

Rick Davis Photo ©

ENGINE No. 6

Rick Davis Photo ©

1974 Mack CF with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

TRUCK 6

Rick Davis Photo ©

1990 Seagrave 100′ Tiller ladder.

Rick Davis Photo ©

Rick Davis Photo ©

ENGINE 6

Rick Davis Photo ©

E-One with 500 gallon water tank.

ENGINE 6

Rick Davis Photo ©

1995 E-One Hush with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank. Became Community College of Aurora Fire Science (Colorado) Training Engine.

ENGINE 6

Rick Davis Photo ©

2000 E-One Cyclone II. Became a training engine.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

TOWER 6

Charles Broshous Photo ©

2005 E-One Cyclone II (129295) Bronto Series 110′ mid-mount articulating aerial platform. Former Tower 7 and became a reserve.

Charles Broshous Photo ©

TRUCK 6

Nick Lambert Photo ©

E-One Cyclone rear-mount 100′ aerial ladder.

LADDER 6

Ethan Dunlop Photo ©

E-One Cyclone II rear-mount 100′ aerial ladder.

ENGINE 6

Charles Broshous Photo ©

2009 E-One Quest with 1500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 10 for a short time and became a reserve engine.

Charles Broshous Photo ©