Aurora Station 8

Station 8 – City Center

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(Battalion 4) Fire Station 8 is located at 250 South Chambers Rd. across from the Aurora City Center.

ENGINE 8

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(10134) 2021 E-One Cyclone with a 1,500 GPM pump, 490-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

LADDER 8

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(70159) 2017 E-One Cyclone II (141088) with a 100′ rear-mount aerial ladder. Former Truck 2 and Ladder 2.

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BRUSH TRUCK 8

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(11137) 2020 Ford F-550 XL 4×4 / SVI (1136) Model 643U (USFS Spec) Wildland Engine with a 106 GPM pump (Waterax BB4), 300-gallon water tank, and 12-gallon foam cell.

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ATV 8

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EVENT CART

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SAFETY EDUCATION TRAILER

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Station 8 Historical Photos

ENGINE No. 8

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1966 Mack C95 with 1000 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank.

ENGINE No. 8

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Seagrave.

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Mike Laven Photo ©

TRUCK 8

Dennis Maag Photo ©

1985 E-One Hurricane (4332) 95′ rear-mount aerial platform with 1500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank. Became Prairie Dupont Fire Protection District Ladder 4429.

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RESCUE SQUAD No. 8

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Ford.

RESCUE SQUAD No. 8

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Chevy 4×4.

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HAZ-MAT 8

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1975 Ford F700 / Gerstenslager, nicknamed “The Bread Truck”. Also ran as Haz-Mat 2.

ENGINE 8

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

(114) 1987 E-One Cyclone (5506) with 1500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

Dennis Maag Photo ©

ENGINE 8

Rick Davis Photo ©

1992 E-One Hush (9689) with a 1,500 GPM Hale pump and 500-gallon water tank. . Became Bennett Fire Rescue (Colorado) Engine 92.

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HEAVY RESCUE 8

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1993 E-One Hush. Shown here with the older logo.

Mike Laven Photo ©

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Charles Broshous Photo ©

Shown here with the updated logo. Became Heavy Rescue 5.

ENGINE 8

Mike Laven Photo ©

(00134) 2000 E-One Cyclone II with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

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BRUSH 8

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Ford F-350 Super Duty / E-One American Eagle / Superior Jack Rabbit.

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TRUCK 8

Charles Broshous Photo ©

E-One Cyclone II 100′ RM Aerial.

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TOWER 8

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(80108) 2008 E-One Quest 100′ (Tower-Ladder) aerial platform. Became Ladder 16.

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ENGINE 8

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(20138) 2002 E-One Cyclone II (125222) with a 1250 GPM pump and 500-gallon water tank. Former Engine 11 and became Engine 17.

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LADDER 8

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

(90153) 2019 E-One Cyclone II CR 100 (141946) 100′ rear-mount aerial ladder. Became Ladder 5.

John Baker Photo ©

ENGINE 8

Charles Broshous Photo ©

2019 E-One Cyclone II (141947) with 1500 gpm pump (Hale Qmax), 490 gallon water tank, with 40 gallon Class A foam cell (FoamPro 2002). Became Engine 5.

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SHORE 8

Eric Hurst Photo ©

(50130) 1995 International 4800 / E-One, with the Trench Rescue & Structural Collapse Trailer. Became Shore 5.

TRENCH RESCUE COLLAPSE TRAILER

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Currently located at Station 5.

ENGINE 8

Charles Broshous Photo ©

(50111) 2015 E-One Cyclone II (139463) with 1500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank. Shown here without the “8” on the grill and the company logo. Former Engine 5

BRUSH 8

Charles Broshous Photo ©

(1137) 1987 GMC 3500 / 1999 E-One American Eagle Jack Rabbit / Superior with 250 gpm pump, 300 gallon water tank, and foam. Former Brush 5.

ENGINE 8

Ethan Dunlop Photo ©

(50111) 2015 E-One Cyclone II (139463) with a 1,500 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell. Former Engine 5. Became a reserve engine.

Ethan Dunlop Photo ©