West Metro Station 10

Station 10 – Bear Creek

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Fire Station 10 is located at 3535 S. Kipling St. and the response area is Bear Creek, The Homestead, Jefferson Green, and includes C-470 & Highway 285. Station 10 is part of the West Metro Technical Rescue Team and is co-located with the Training Center, and Colorado Task Force 1 (Urban Search & Rescue).

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RESCUE 10

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(R12) 2017 Pierce Velocity (30247) Non-Walk-In Heavy Rescue with a 1,500 GPM Pierce PUC pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell..

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MEDIC 10

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(A60) 2022 Ford E-450 / LifeLine Superliner Type III.

COLLAPSE RESCUE 10

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(R11) 2016 Freightliner 114SD / Daimler.

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SAM 2

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(Safety & Medical) (C-151) 2019 Ford F-250 4×4.

BUREAU 7

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(C115) 2017 Chevy Silverado 3500HD 4×4, is staffed by the on-duty fire investigator and responds district-wide to most fire calls.

REHAB / MCI UNIT

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(R-07) 1999 Freightliner / Grumman Olson, former Haz-Mat 5.

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TECHNICAL RESCUE TRAILER

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ATV 2

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2008 Polaris Ranger 700 UTV (EMS Division).

Station 10 Historical Photos

Station 10

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Former Station 10 was located at 3301 S. Field St. in Lakewood, built in 1974. This station also served as the administration for Bancroft Fire Protection District (Colorado) Station 46 before the merger and served as Lakewood-Bancroft Fire Protection District (Colorado) Station 10. This station was used as a storage station for many years after the new Station 10 was built.

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Shown here in 2004.

Station 10

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Fire Station 10 under construction in 2009.

ENGINE 10

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(P-36) 1994 Pierce Dash (E8588) with a 1250 gpm pump with 500-gallon water tank, became Reserve Engine 12 and Reserve Engine 13. 

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TOWER 10

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(L05) 2008 Pierce Quantum (20922) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform with a 2000 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank, also ran as Tower 8.

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RESCUE 10

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(R-05) 1993 Spartan Gladiator / SVI walk-around (Heavy Rescue). Former Lakewood-Bancroft Fire Protection District (Colorado) Rescue 10, and also as Haz-Mat 5.

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RESCUE 10

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(R10) 2004 Spartan Gladiator Evolution / SVI Walk-Around Heavy Rescue, former Rescue 4, Rescue 8, and Rescue 14 (Reserve). Became Haz-Mat 5.

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MEDIC 10

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(A27) Ford E-450 / LifeLine Superliner, also used Event Medic 18.

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COLLAPSE RESCUE 10

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(R09) Sterling, shown here with the older chassis and was also located at Station 8.

ENGINE 10

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(P58) 2007 Pierce Quantum (19519-01) 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank with 25 gallons of foam, twin to Engine 12 and became Engine 5.

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MEDIC 10

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(A36) 2008 International 4400 / LifeLine Superliner.

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MEDIC 10

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(A38) 2009 Chevy C4500 / LifeLine Highliner (272809), Former Medic 3 and Medic 7.

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SAM 2

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(Safety & Medical) (C-101) 2011 Ford F-350 4×4, former SAM 1 and became Wildland Deployment.

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MEDIC 10

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(A41) 2012 Ford F-450 / Lifeline Superliner (315812). Former Medic 4, Medic 8, and Medic 15.

RESERVE TOWER 10

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(L03) 2000 Pierce Dash (11656) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform with a 2000 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank, former Tower 14.

MEDIC 19

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(Special Events Medic) (A47) 2011 Chevy G4500 / Lifeline Superliner (298711), Former ARM 1 from Station 7 and is the former Gateway-Unaweep Fire Department (Colorado) Ambulance 121.

Used for special events, concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Bandimere Speedway, and Thunder Valley Motocross Park, former ARM 1 at Station 3.

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AIR 10

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 (Air Support) (R08) 2002 International 4900 / SVI (410) walk-around Medium-Duty Air/Light (40kW-4 Bottle 6000 PSI-21), Former Air 3, Air 12, and Air 14. Reassigned to Air 14.

MEDIC 9

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(A40) 2009 Chevy C4500 / LifeLine Highliner (284909). Former Medic 3, Medic 5, Medic 7, Medic 8, Medic 12, and Medic 9.

Medic 9 was put into service in 2020 with Medic 17 (Station 7) to supplement medic units due to the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the district.

MEDIC 10

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(A50) 2016 Ford E-450 / LifeLine Superliner (401516), former Medic 7.

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