South Metro Station 22

Station 22 – Centennial

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(Battalion 5) Fire Station 22 is located at 16758 E. Smoky Hill Rd. and was built in 2006. Former Station 62. Former Cunningham Fire Rescue (Colorado) Station 62.

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BATTALION 5

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(2210) 2023 Ford F-150 XLT 4×4 – Police Responder / South Metro Fleet Services. Battalion 5 oversees Stations 21, 22, 23, 31, 35, and 42.

ENGINE 22

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(3665) 2014 Pierce Impel (27453) 1500 GPM (Pierce PUC) pump, 500 gallon water tank, 20 gallon foam cell and CAFS system (Husky 3), also ran as Engine 62. Former Cunningham Fire Rescue (Colorado) Engine 62. Shown here with the newer station logo.

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BRUSH 22

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(2670) 2016 Ford F-550 4×4 Super Duty / Pierce (29639) Type 6 150 GPM pump, 400 gallon water tank and 12 gallon foam cell, also ran as Brush 62. Former Cunningham Fire Rescue (Colorado) Brush 62.

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FAN 22

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SuperVac BFF 750,000 CFM (cubic feet per minute) fan. The trailer is towed by Brush 22. Previously called Fan 3 and stationed at Station 42.

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Station 22 Historical Photos

TOWER 62

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2007 Sutphen Monarch (HS-4362) SPH 70′ mid-mount aerial platform, 1500 GPM pump and 300 gallon water tank. Former Cunningham Fire Rescue (Colorado) Engine 62 and was sold to the Selkirk Fire Department (Manitoba, Canada).

ENGINE 62

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(3665) 2014 Pierce Impel (27453) 1500 GPM (Pierce PUC) pump, 500 gallon water tank and 20 gallon foam cell (Husky 3) (CAFS). Former Cunningham Fire Rescue (Colorado) Engine 62 . Became Engine 22.

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Shown here running as Engine 22 and without the station logo on the rear quarter-panel.

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