Boulder Emergency Squad Station

Rescue Station

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BES is located at 5048 E. Pearl St. in Boulder. The Brian D. Dillman building is equipped with a 6-bay garage. It also has living quarters for personnel on duty shifts that includes 3 bedrooms, restrooms, a living room, a full kitchen and dining area.

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COMMAND 3161

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RESCUE 3121

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2002 HME 1871-SFO / SVI Walk-Around Rescue.

This is the primary rescue vehicle, a heavy rescue truck that is fully equipped for all major rescue operations including vehicle extrication equipment, a 4-bank 6,000psi air cascade system used on firefighter support missions, medical equipment, animal rescue equipment, trench & confined space, rescue equipment, water & ice rescue and command light tower.

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RESCUE 3122

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2002 Ford F-550 4×4 / SVI Walk-Around Rescue.

3122 carries a full complement of rescue equipment with the capacity to operate independently on any scene other than a structure fire or augment the equipment on 3121 at larger incidents.

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RESCUE 3124

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2018 Chevy Tahoe 4×4.

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Keith Kahler Photo ©

RESCUE 3128

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(Dive Rescue) 2002 Freightliner Step Van / Grumman-Olson Route-Star.

The Water Rescue is equipped with 6 full pre-rigged dry suits for dive rescues and recoveries, a number of Swiftwater rescue suits, and multiple ice rescue setups. The back of the rescue can also be heated or cooled for comfort in extreme conditions and has a desk that can be used as a command post for large dive operations.

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RESCUE 3151

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(Utility) 2013 Chevy Silverado 3500HD 4×4.

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RESCUE 3152

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(Utility-Urban Interface) 2006 Polaris Ranger 6×6 ATV, was donated to BES by U.S. Smokeless Tobacco as part of their Operation Ranger Program. 3152 is its ability to transport injured patients quickly from hiking or climbing accidents in remote areas where a conventional litter team would take much longer to evacuate them. The bed of 3152 has a removable CAFS (Compressed Air Foam System) for use in wildland firefighting.

SARCOM 3155

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(SARCOM – Search & Rescue Communications) 2018 Ford F-550 4×4 Super Duty.

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AIR/LIGHT 3159

Photo Courtesy of SVI Trucks

Eagle Compressors Cascade Trailer

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RESCUE BOAT

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Tactical Dive Water Rescue Craft, Zodiac inflatable boat with an outboard motor that can be used as a base for dive scenes that enables a rescue to run from the middle of a lake. It is also equipped with a side imaging sonar to assist in underwater searching.

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Historical Photos

Rescue Station

Michael Block Photo ©

RESCUE 3121

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Chevy 4×4, also ran as Utility 3153.

UTILITY 3153

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Chevy 4×4, also ran as Rescue 3121.

RESCUE 3124

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(Rescue 4) Chevy Suburban 4×4.

RESCUE 3125

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2005 Chevy Silverado 3500 4×4 (QRV). Rescue 3125 carried a wide array of rescue equipment ranging from extrication equipment to initial attack ice and swiftwater rescue gear, this was replaced in 2018.

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RESCUE 3126

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(Command) Jeep Cherokee 4×4.

RESCUE 3126

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2005 Toyota 4 Runner SR5 4×4 (QRV).

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RESCUE 3128

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(Dive Rescue) Ford 4×4.

RESCUE 3132

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1978 GMC 6500 4×4 / E-One (656) 500 gallon water tank / 250 gpm pump, this has been sold, and was originally ran as Lafayette Fire Department Engine 2633.

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