Glen Haven Station 1

Station 1

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Fire Station 1 is located at 7484 County Rd. 43.

ENGINE 11

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International 4900 4×4, donated from the Allenspark Fire Protection District.

ENGINE 1-5

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1975 FWD 4×4 1000 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump.

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ENGINE 6-20

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1998 Dodge Ram 2500 4×4 Type 6 Utility wildland 200 gallon water tank / 110 gpm pump with foam.

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RESCUE 1

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1993 Chevy 3500 / Life Line (Support-Command).

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TENDER 33

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2007 International / Pierce (19575) 4×4 2000 gallon water tank / 500 gpm pump.

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Station 1 Historical Photos

Station 1

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Former Fire Station 1 was located at 7484 County Rd. 43. In 2013 this station was destroyed in the states worst natural disaster with catastrophic flooding that caused significant damage throughout the Glen Haven area, all of the buildings in downtown Glen Haven, were either completely destroyed, or severely compromised with extensive road damage to the Big Thompson Canyon and Devil’s Gulch Road, which completely cut off all roads that had access to Glen Haven.

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Shown here in 2004

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Shown here in 2008 with the updated bay doors.

Station 1

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Groundbreaking at the new Fire Station 1 7380 County Road 43 on May 4th, 2013.

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