Denver Station 10

Station 10 – Cole

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(District 4) Fire Station 10 is located at 3200 N. Steele St. and opened in 1993.

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ENGINE 10

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(E84) 2010 Pierce Velocity 500 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump with 40 gallons of foam.

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MDU 1

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(R26) 2017 International 4400 / Morgan (Mass Decon Unit), was purchased with funds by the Department of Homeland Security.

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MOBILE COMMAND UNIT

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(S66) 2015 Freightliner Columbia / Frontline, was located at Station 18.

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Station 10 Historical Photos

Station 10

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CHIEF No. 10

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TRUCK No. 10

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American LaFrance, shown here in 1903 at Station 10 3301 Arapahoe St.

Station 10

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Fire Station 10 was relocated to 3201 Curtis St. with Chief No. 10, Truck No. 10 & Engine No. 10. Shown here on the on opening day September 15, 1928.

ENGINE No. 10

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TRUCK No. 10

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Seagrave Tiller.

Station 10

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Shown here in 1974.

ENGINE No. 10

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American LaFrance.

TRUCK 10

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1962 Seagrave 85′ mid-mount aerial ladder, this photo was captured at the Seagrave Factory before delivery.

ENGINE 10

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1968 American LaFrance 300 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump.

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TRUCK 10

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1969 American LaFrance 100′ mid-mount aerial ladder.

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ENGINE 10

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(E-52) 1977 Seagrave (PB-24068 / M-73700) 500 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump.

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TRUCK 10

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(T-28) 1981 Seagrave (SR-20768 / M-75343) 100′ rear-mount aerial ladder.

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RESERVE SQUIRT 10

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American LaFrance Tele-Squrt.

SQUIRT 10

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(E-15) 1991 Seagrave (TB-41DH / Z-78381) 65′ Snorkel TelSqurt 500 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump with 1000 gpm monitor nozzel, and later known as “Squrt 10”. Shown here with the older graphics and the red stripe.

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The 10’s Commandment ” Thou Shalt Flight Fires And Save Lives”.

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Shown here with the newer graphics.

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ENGINE 10

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