Colorado River Reserve Apparatus

Reserve Apparatus

These apparatus have been removed from front-line service and are available in reserve status across the district as second due units.

ENGINE 41

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2010 Pierce Velocity (22605-01) with a 1500 GPM Waterous pump, 1000-gallon water tank, and 25-gallon foam cell (Husky 12).p. Former Rifle Fire Protection District Engine 4111.

AMBULANCE 42

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(2nd Due / Reserve ) 2009 Ford F-450 4×4 / Braun Chief XL (5396). Former Ambulance 41 and Burning Mountains Ambulance.

AMBULANCE 61

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2012 Ram 4500 4×4 / Braun Chief XL (6901).

TENDER 61

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2004 Freightliner M2-106/ S&S Infinity (5485). Former Burning Mountains Fire Protection District Water Tender.

TENDER 63

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2004 Freightliner M2-106 / S&S Infinity (5487) with a 500 GPM pump and 2,200-gallon water tank. Former Burning Mountains Fire Protection District Water Tender.

Historical Photos

ENGINE 42

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Pierce Quantum with a 1500 GPM Waterous pump, 1000-gallon water tank, and 25-gallon foam cell (Husky 12). Former Engine 935

ENGINE 241

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2009 Pierce Arrow XT (22182-02) with a 1,500 GPM Pierce PUC Pump, 750-gallon water tank, 30-gallon foam cell, CAFS capability, and front bumper-turret. Former Engine 43 and Burning Mountains Fire Protection District Engine 6311. This engine was sold in the Spring of 2021.

AMBULANCE 264

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Ford F-350 / McCoy Miller. Donated to Colorado Mountain College Rifle.

AMBULANCE 241

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Ford F-450 4×4 Super Duty / MedTec (8742). Rifle Fire Protection District Ambulance 4351. Currently housed at Station 43. Sold to Palisade Fire Department.