Copper Mountain Station 1
Fire Station was located west of the current station at 0513 Copper Rd.
Shown here in 2007.
Shown here in 2010.
Fire Station was located at 0477 Copper Rd. and is currently Summit Fire & EMS Station 1.
1977 Ford C8000 / E-One (375) 750 GPM pump and 500 gallon water tank.
1981 Hendrickson (1871-S) / E-One (1940) 1500 GPM pump and 500 gallon water tank and later became Engine 823.
Shown here running as Engine 823.
2001 Ford Expedition, painted with metal flake copper color.
1998 Sutphen Monarch (HS-3341) 4×4 / Marmon-Herrington 1500 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank with 20 gallons of foam, painted with metal flake copper color. Sold to Chaffee County Fire Protection District (Colorado).
1997 Sutphen Monarch (HS-3342) 1500 GPM pump, 500 gallon tank with 35 gallons of foam, painted with the metal flake copper color. This engine was totaled after being struck by a semi at a crash scene on I-70 January of 2016, the engine was providing scene protection for Colorado State Troopers when hit by an empty fuel tanker, no firefighters were injured, the engine was replaced with a new engine in 2017.
This Sutphen Engine was a loaner from the trucking company that wrecked Engine 814 on I-70 in 2016 when the engine was totaled.
(T-1) 1969 Sutphen (HS-722R) 85′ mid-mount aerial platform 1500 GPM pump and 300 gallon water tank, refurbished in 1996 with a complete rebuild with new bodywork. Former Wayne Fire Company in New Jersey. Sold to a private buyer in New York.
(S-1) 1997 Sutphen HS-3343 (HiPr-70-10A) / AM General Hummer (Customized Humvee) Rapid Intervention Vehicle 70 gallon water tank with 70 gallons of foam. 2000 watt Night Scan light tower on the cab roof, also ran as Squad 1. Sold to MPH Enterprises in Foster, KY.
1999 Ford F-350 4×4 Super Duty Type 6 250 gallon water tank.
Ford F-150 XL 4×4. Became Summit Fire & EMS (Colorado) Utility 8.
2017 Sutphen Monarch (HS-5889) 1500 GPM pump and 500 gallon water tank. Became Summit Fire & EMS Authority (Colorado) Engine 1.
2017 Sutphen Monarch (HS-5916) SL75 75′ mid-mount aerial ladder 1500 GPM pump and 500 gallon water tank. Became Summit Fire & EMS (Colorado) Truck 1.