Palisade Station 41

Station 41 – Palisade

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Fire Station 41 is located at 341 W. 7th St in downtown Palisade.

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CHIEF 41

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2006 Ford Expedition 4×4 – Special Service Vehicle. Former Captain 41, Chief 41, Squad 41.

ENGINE 41

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2005 Spartan Gladiator / Elite (1164) with a 1,500 GPM Hale top-mount pump, 750-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

AMBULANCE 41

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2010 Ford F-450 XLT 4×4 / MedTec FD-168 (8742). Former Rifle Fire Protection District, Colorado River Fire Rescue Ambulance 241.

AMBULANCE 42

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2022 Ford E450 / Braun NW-North Star (3444) 161″ Module.

AMBULANCE 43

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2009 GMC Savana 4500 / Taylor Made.

BRUSH 41

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2014 Freightliner M2-106 4×4 / Toyne Type 4 with a 350 GPM Hale HPX350 pump, 1,000-gallon tank, and 8-gallon foam cell (Foam Pro 1061). Former Benavides Fire District, TX.

TENDER 41

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2006 Sterling Acterra LT9500 / Deep South Pumper-Tanker with a 500 GPM Darley HM Pump and 2,200-gallon water tank.

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DELANEY ENGINE

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In 2010, Delaney Clements was diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma, a rare form of childhood cancer, at the age of 7. Delaney is still fighting for her life, but her desire to help other families who have been impacted by cancer is strong. Delaney’s passion for others despite her uphill battle has led to the Delaney Donates foundation. Delaney Donates works closely with the Mesa County Fire Chief’s Association. They own and maintain the pink fire engine named “Delaney” and is located at the Palisade Fire Station. The Mack fire truck is used to raise awareness of cancer. It can be seen all around the Grand Valley at various events raising awareness and accepting donations for the Delaney Donates foundation. All funds raised through Delaney Donates is distributed to local families who have been affected by cancer.

“Old Red”

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1937 W.S. Darley & CO Champion Fire Engine built with a 500 GPM Champion Fire Pump and 300 gallons of water. This was Palisade’s first engine and remains 100% functional to this day.

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Historical Photos

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ENGINE 1

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1937 W.S. Darley & CO Champion Fire Engine built with a 500 GPM Champion Fire Pump and 300 gallons of water. This was Palisade’s first engine and remains 100% functional to this day.

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AMBULANCE 41

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2005 Ford Econoline E350 / Taylor Made.

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AMBULANCE 41

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2009 International 4300 / Horton with CAFS.

BRUSH 41

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1992 Ford F-350 4×4 / Type 5 with a 50 GPM pump and 200-gallon water tank.

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RESCUE 41

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Mack CF-600 / Marion. Former Grand Junction Fire Department Rescue 11.

TENDER 41

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1984 International with a 750 GPM Berkley pump and 3,600-gallon water tank.

AMBULANCE 41

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2007 Ford Econoline E-450 / Lifeline Paraliner (230807). Former Eagle County Paramedics.

AMBULANCE 41

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(Ambulance 23) (3111) 2011 Chevy Express G4500 / MedTec FD-(9336). Former Ambulance 21.

Ambulance 23 was acting as Ambulance 41 after the front line went out of service.

ENGINE 42

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1983 Duplex / FMC Omega with a 1250 GPM FMC mid-ship pump and 750-gallon water tank.

LADDER 41

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1982 Pem-Fab / Lockwood with a Duplex 55′ Redi-Tower with a 1,250 GPM Hale Mid-ship pump and 1,000-gallon water tank.

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RESCUE 41

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2009 International 4300 / Horton with CAFS. Former Ambulance 41.

SQUAD 41

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2002 Ford Explorer.

AMBULANCE 41

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2010 Ford F-450 XLT 4×4 / MedTec FD-168 (8742). Former Rifle Fire Protection District, Colorado River Fire Rescue. Pictured at time of delivery.

AMBULANCE 42

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2009 GMC Savana 4500 / Taylor Made. Reassigned as Ambulance 43.