North Metro Station 66

Station 66 – Anthem

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Fire Station 66 is located at 1750 W. 160th Ave. and was built in 2005. This station covers the Northwest Parkway and the Anthem Community.

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SAM 61

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(Safety and Medical Officer) 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 4×4. Outfitted by NMFR Fleet Services.

ENGINE 66

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(U-20) 2021 Pierce Velocity (35677) with a 1,500 gpm pump (Pierce PUC), 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell (FoamPro).

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John Baker Photo ©

John Baker Photo ©

John Baker Photo ©

John Baker Photo ©

MEDIC 66

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(M-14) 2019 Ford E-450  / AEV Traumhawk.

BRUSH 66

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(U-5) 2000 Ford F-550 4×4 / American La France, also ran as Attack 66.

COLLAPSE 66

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(R-15) 2019 International 4400 / Supreme.

Part of the North Area Technical Rescue Team (NATRT). The collapse truck carries specialized rescue equipment and supplies needed for levels of rescue. The truck was purchased through a federal Urban Areas Security Initiative grant and is used as a regional resource for tech rescue incidents.

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John Baker Photo ©

TRENCH RESCUE TRAILER

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(R-2) Haulmark Trailer.

Station 66 Historical Photos

ENGINE 66

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American LaFrance Eagle.

MEDIC 66

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Ford F-550 XLT 4×4.

SQUAD 66

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Photo Courtesy of Mike Melton

TOWER 66

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1999 American LaFrance Eagle / Smeal with a 100′ rear-mount aerial platform, 1500 GPM pump, and 300-gallon water tank. Former Tower 64.

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HEAVY RESCUE 66

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1992 Ford L9000 / Saulsbury, and was part of the North Area Technical Rescue Team.

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MEDIC 66

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(M-9) 2011 Ford E-450  / PL Custom Medallion.

ENGINE 66

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(U-12) 2008 Spartan Gladiator / Smeal (3502) with a 1500 GPM Waterous Pump, 750-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell (FoamPro).

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