Pueblo West Station 1

Station 1 – South

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Fire Station 1 is located at 51 E Hahns Peak Ave. (Headquarters / Administration).

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ENGINE 831

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2016 Rosenbauer Commander (14126) 500 gallon water tank, former Engine 1 and twin to Engine 833.

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LADDER 851

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E-One Typhoon 75′ Rear-Mount Aerial, also ran as Engine 1 and Ladder 1.

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WILDLAND 861

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WILDLAND 862

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Ford F-550 4×4 XL Super Duty, also ran as Brush 1 & Wildland 1.

ENGINE 832

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(3643) Freightliner FL80 / American LaFrance, former Engine 2.

FIRE 191

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(23548) International 7400 4×4 (Tender), former Fire 3. (Pueblo County Sheriff Emergency Services Bureau (ESB) Fire Team)

Station 1 Historical Photos

Station 1

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ENGINE No. 1

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(3641) 1976 Ford 8000 / Pierce 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 20, donated to the Boone Volunteer Fire Department (Colorado) Engine 20.

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Shown here running as Engine 20.

ENGINE 1

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E-One Typhoon 75′ rear-mount aerial. Became Ladder 851.

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TOWER 1

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(8691) LTI 85′ rear-mount aerial platform.

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BRUSH 1

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(2782) Chevy 3500 4×4, currently Wildland 864 at Station 2.

BRUSH 1

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(2781) Ford F-550 4×4 XL Super Duty 300 gallon water tank, also ran as Brush 3, and is currently running as Wildland 862.

RESCUE 1

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2000 Freightliner FL80 / American LaFrance 500 gpm pump and 240 gallon water tank. Became Rye Fire Protection District (Colorado) Rescue 2.

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ENGINE 1

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2016 Rosenbauer Commander (14125) 500 gallon water tank, twin to Engine 833, and currently Engine 831.

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LADDER 1

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E-One Typhoon TeleSqurt, also ran as Engine 1 and currently Ladder 851.

MED 811

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Freightliner M2-106, former Med 1.

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