West Metro Station 7

Station 7 – Belmar

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Fire Station 7 is located at 6315 W. Mississippi Ave, and dedicated in 2008. Station 7’s response area borders the City of Denver to the east on Sheridan Boulevard, 1st Avenue to the north, Carr Street to the west and Jewel Avenue to the south including Belmar, Colorado Fallen Firefighters Memioral, All-Star Park at Keli McGregor Field, Kountze Lake, Hillside Pointe, Cedar Place, The Villa and West Alameda Heights.

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ENGINE 7

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(P65) 2012 Pierce Quantum (25523) 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 8.

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MEDIC 7

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ARM 1

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2019 Ford Transit 3500 4×4. The ARM Car is staffed by a West Metro paramedic and either a physician assistant or a nurse practitioner from DispatchHealth

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Station 7 Historical Photos

Station 7

 

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Fire Station 7 at the current location on Mississippi Ave, built in 1943 and replaced at the same location in 2008. Mississippi Ave. was originally called Morrison Rd. and is the former Bancroft Fire Protection District Station 41 and Headquarters.

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Shown here in 2004.

Temporary Station 7

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Temporary Station 7 was located at Pierce St. & Louisiana Ave. from 2007-2008 while the new station 7 was built.

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Station 7

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Fire Station 7 is located at 6315 W. Mississippi Ave, this photo was taken in 2008 during construction.

ENGINE 7

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(P-17) 1988 Mack CF (CF686FC-1266) / Pierce (E-4330) 500 gallon water tank / 1000 gpm pump, also ran as a Training Engine and is the former Bancroft Fire Protection District Engine 46.

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PUMPER 7

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(P-37) 1974 Mack 50′ Tele-Squrt 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Squrt 8 and was used for many years as a reserve before retiring, shown here in 2003.

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AMBULANCE 7

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1990 Ford / Wheeled Coach, former Bancroft Fire Protection District Ambulance 41.

ENGINE 7

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(P-41) 1996 Pierce Saber 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 19 (Training Engine).

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ENGINE 7

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(P57) 2006 Pierce Quantum (18158) 500 gallon water tank, currently running as Engine 8.

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Shown here with the newer bumper graphic.

BUREAU 7

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(C-96) 2008 Ford F-250 4×4, is staffed by the on-duty fire investigator and responds district wide to most fire calls.

MEDIC 7

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(A25) 2003 Ford E-450 4×4 Super Duty, currently Merino Fire Department Rescue 29.

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MEDIC 7

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(A31) Ford E-450.

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MEDIC 7

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(A38) 2009 Chevy C4500 / LifeLine Highliner, also ran as Medic 3 & Medic 10.

MEDIC 7

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(A40) 2009 Chevy C4500 / LifeLine Highliner (RMEV), also ran as Medic 3, Medic 5, Medic 8, Medic 12 and as a reserve.

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ARM 1

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(A47) 2011 Chevy Express 4×4 / RMEV, Advanced Resource Medic (ARM), former Medic 19 (Special Event Medic).

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Keith Kahler Photo ©

MEDIC 7

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(A50) 2016 Ford E-450 4×4 / LifeLine Superliner (RMEV), currently Medic 10.

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