Estes Valley Station 71

Station 71 – Estes Park

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Fire Station 71 (Dannels Fire Station) is located at 901 N. St. Vrain Ave, built in 1996. Former Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department Station 1. The fire station is named after Bernie Dannels, who served with the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department from 1960 to 1981, Estes Park Board of Trustees from 1972 to 1984 and the mayor of Estes Park from 1984 to 1996.  

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ENGINE 71

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2017 E-One QMax (140860) 750 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump, former Engine 1.

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ENGINE 713

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2014 Freightliner (M2-106) 4×4 / Pierce (27079-1) Type 3 500 gallon water tank / 500 gpm pump (Darley) with foam (Husky), former Engine 31.

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LADDER 71

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2019 Pierce Velocity (33498) 107′ Ascendant rear-mount heavy duty aerial, former Ladder 1.

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ENGINE 716

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2004 Ford F-550 4×4 XL Super Duty / Front Range Fire Apparatus (BF22A36) 300 gallon water tank / 150 gpm pump (Waterous) with foam(FoamPro), also ran as Engine 61 and is the former Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department Brush 9.

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TENDER 71

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2014 Freightliner / Pierce (27793 TR-01) 2100 gallon water tank / 500 gpm pump with drop tank, former Tender 14 and also ran as Engine 21.

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SQUAD 79

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2005 Ford F-550 XLT Super Duty / MedTec, river & water rescue with SCUBA & swift water, also tows the inflatable rescue boat, former Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department Dive Rescue.

BOAT 79

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Rescue Boat Inflatable Zodiac rescue boat, towed by the Squad 79 (Dive Rescue).

COMMAND TRAILER 79

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UTV 79

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Station 1 Historical Photos

LADDER 6

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1989 Spartan / Simon / General / LTI 75′ aerial 500 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump, former Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department Ladder 6.

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SQUAD 3

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2003 Freightliner FL80 / American LaFrance / Becker with two light towers, cascade, stabilization/extrication equipment,
rope rescue equipment. Former Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department Squad 3.

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ENGINE 22

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2000 Freightliner FL80 / American LaFrance 1800 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump and 30 gallons of foam with drop tank, currently Tender 72 at Station 72, and is the former Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department Engine 10.

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