Colorado River Station 61

Station 61 – Silt

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Fire Station 61 is located at 611 Main St. and is the former Burning Mountain Fire Protection District Station 1.

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BATTALION 40

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2016 Ford F-150 XLT 4×4.

ENGINE 61

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2010 Pierce Velocity (22605-02) with a 1,750 GPM Waterous pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and a 30-gallon Class A Foam Cell. Former Rifle Fire Protection Department. Engine 4311.

AMBULANCE 43

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2013 Ram 4500 4×4 / AEV TraumaHawk (140D-18062).

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ENGINE 661

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2015 Ram 5500 4×4 / Fouts Bros with a 250 GPM pump, 300-gallon water tank, and 10-gallon foam cell. Former Brush 61.

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TENDER 61

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2004 Freightliner M2-106 / S&S Infinity Series (5487) with a 500 GPM pump and 2,000-gallon water tank. Former Burning Mountains Fire Protection District Water Tender.

UTILITY 43

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2009 Ford F-250 4×4 Special Service Vehicle. Former Battalion 40 and Support 51. This is the district wide light rescue

Station 61 Historical Photos

ENGINE 1

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1954 GMC 300 / Howe HRS (9355) with a 500 GPM Waterous CA-1 single-stage centrifugal pump and 500-gallons of water. Former Silt Volunteer Fire Department. Now designated as Parade 61.

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BATTALION 40

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2009 Ford F-250 4×4. Former Community Risk Reduction and Fleet Services.

AMBULANCE 61

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

Reassigned as Ambulance 41, currently Ambulance 42.

ENGINE 561

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2004 Freightliner FL70 4×4 / S&S Outland Type V with a 500 GPM pump and 500-gallon water tank. Former Burning Mountains Fire Protection District Brush 6361 and CRFR Brush 61 & 261. Sold to a department in Idaho.

ENGINE 361

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2017 International 7400 / HME Model 34D Type III (22989) with 500 gpm pump (JMP) and 500 gallon water tank.

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AMBULANCE 61

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2012 Ram 4500 4×4 / Braun Chief XL (5901). This ambulance is currently a second due unit.

LADDER 43

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2007 Spartan Gladiator Evolution (59742) / Crimson (06125-001) 100′ rear-mount platform (Tower-Ladder). Former Rifle Fire Protection District Ladder 4121.

TENDER 63

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2004 Freightliner M2-106/ S&S Infinity (5485) with a 500 GPM pump and 2200 gallon water tank. Former Burning Mountains Fire Protection District Water Tender.

UTILITY 43

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(Wildland Utility) 2008 F-350 4×4, former Chief 56. This served as the district-wide light rescue and was transitioned into a module truck for the Colorado River Wildland Team.

LADDER 64

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2005 Spartan Gladiator-Evolution / Crimson (04099-001) with a 1750 GPM pump, 400-gallon water tank, and 75′ rear-mount aerial. Former Burning Mountains Fire Protection District Ladder. This is the district-wide aerial and was cross-staffed by Engine 61. Relocated to Station 41.

TENDER 43

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2004 Freightliner M2-106 / S&S Infinity Series (5486) with a 500 GPM pump and 2200 gallon water tank. Former Burning Mountains Fire Protection District Water Tender. 6241. Relocated back to Station 43.