Littleton Station 18

Station 18 – Highlands Ranch

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Fire Station 18 was located at 401 Timbervale Trail near Broadway & Lucent in the center of Highlands Ranch. Station 18 covered single & multi-family homes, gated communities, retain, commercial mid-rise buildings, C-470 and the open space south of Highlands Ranch. This station became South Metro Fire Rescue Station 18.

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ENGINE 18

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Engine 18 (386) 2003 American LaFrance (1357) / Becker 500 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump, also ran as Engine 19.

AMBULANCE 18

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Ambulance 18 (384) Chevy 4×4 / McCoy Miller, currently Douglas County S&R Rescue 702.

BRUSH 10

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(Engine 741) 2004 International 7400 4×4, shown here running as Colorado State Forest Service unit, now Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control Engine 741.

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(Engine 741) 2004 International 7400 4×4, shown here with the updated logo and graphics.

TOWER 18

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Tower 18 (387) 2017 Pierce Velocity (30955) 100′ rear-mount heavy duty platform 300 gallon water tank / 2000 gpm pump (Waterous) with foam (Husky), became South Metro Fire Rescue Tower 18.

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MEDIC 18

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Medic 18 (385) 2017 International / Braun, became South Metro Fire Rescue Medic 18.

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BRUSH 18

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Brush 18 (381) 2001 Ford F-550 XL 4×4 / American LaFrance 350 gallon water tank / 125 gpm pump, became South Metro Fire Rescue Brush 18.

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WILDLAND UTILITY

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Wildland Utility (371) 2009 Chevy Silverado 4×4.

EMS CART

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EMS Cart (396).

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BIKE 1

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BIKE 3

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