West Metro Station 8

Station 8 – Green Gables

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Fire Station 8 is located at 9001 W. Jewell Avenue and dedicated in 2010. Station 8’s response area includes Green Gables Country Club and Kendrick, Smith, Main and East reservoirs, protects the communities of Carmody Estates, Cloverdale West, Green Gables, Heritage West, Lochwood, Palomino Park & Sun Valley Estates.

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DISTRICT 2 CHIEF

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(C-124) 2018 Ford F-150 4×4 – Special Service. District 2 oversees Stations 3, 4, 7, 8, and 9.

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ENGINE 8

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(P75) 2019 Pierce Velocity (32498) 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank with 25 gallons of foam (Husky).

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TOWER 8

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(L05) 2008 Pierce Quantum (20922) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform 2000 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank, former Tower 10.

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DIVE 2

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(R06) 1999 Freightliner / Grumman. Responds as part of the Metro Dive Rescue.

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DIVE BOAT 1

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Rescue One 1970VV Custom. Responds as part of the Metro Dive Rescue.

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BUREAU 8

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(Arson) (C114) 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500HD 4×4, and is staffed by the on-duty fire investigator and responds district-wide to most fire calls.

Storage Station 8

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Former Station 8 at 9095 W. Jewell Ave in Lakewood, and also served as Bancroft Fire Protection District (Colorado) Station 42. The new Station was built next door and this station is still used as a storage station.

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DIVE SUPPORT

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(Dive Team) (C-95) 2005 Ford Excursion 4×4, former SAM unit. Responds as part of the Metro Dive Rescue.

BOAT 2

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(Dive Raft) Achilles. Responds as part of the Metro Dive Rescue.

ENGINE No. 3

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1958 Seagrave 500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank. Former Lakewood Fire Department (Colorado), and stored at West Metro Storage Station 8.

PARADE – EVENT PUMPER

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Station 8 Historical Photos

Station 8

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Former Station 8 at 9095 W. Jewell Ave. in Lakewood, and also served as Bancroft Fire Protection District (Colorado) Station 42. The new Station was built next door and this station is still used as a storage station.

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Shown here in 2004.

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Shown here in 2009.

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Former Station 8 at 9095 W. Jewell Ave in Lakewood, this photo was taken in 2010.

SQURT 8

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(P-37) 1974 Mack 50′ Tele-Squrt 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Pumper 7 and was used for many years as a reserve before retiring.

SQURT 8

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(P-38) 1995 Pierce Lance 65′ TeleSqurt Snorkel 500 gallon water tank.

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ENGINE 8

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(P54) 2005 Pierce Quantum (16503) 1250 gpm pump, 500-gallon water tank with 25 gallons of foam (Husky). Former Engine 1, Engine 13 and Engine 14.

ENGINE 8

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(P65) 2012 Pierce Quantum (25523) 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank with 25 gallons of foam, also ran as Engine 7.

RESCUE 8

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(R10) 2004 Spartan Gladiator / SVI walk-around (Heavy Rescue). Former Rescue 4, Rescue 10, and Rescue 14. Became Haz-Mat 5.

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COLLAPSE RESCUE 8

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(R09) Sterling, also was located at Station 10, shown here with the older chassis.

MEDIC 8

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(A41) 2011 Ford F-450 4×4 Super Duty / Lifeline Superliner (315812). Former Medic 4, Medic 10, Medic 13, Medic 15, and became a reserve.

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MEDIC 8

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(A45) 2014 Ford F-450 4×4 / Lifeline Superliner, also ran as Medic 4 and Medic 5.

ENGINE 8

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(P57) 2006 Pierce Quantum (18158) 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank with 25 gallons of foam (Husky). Former Engine 7 and Engine 9.

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DIVE SUPPORT

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(Dive Team) (C-95) 2005 Ford Excursion 4×4, former SAM unit and shown here towing the older boat. Responded as part of the Metro Dive Rescue.

BOAT 2

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(Dive Raft) Kodiak, shown here with the dive trailer (Dive Boat Trailer 1 / DTI). Responded as part of the Metro Dive Rescue.