Hudson Station 1

Station 1 – Hudson

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Fire Station 1 (Headquarters) is located at 702 Cedar St. and built in 2010.

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EMS 2852

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ENGINE 2801

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2013 E-One Typhoon (136981) with a 1500 GPM eMax pump and a 750-gallon water tank.

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LADDER 2818

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2017 Pierce Enforcer (30654) 107′ Ascendant rear-mount heavy duty aerial 2000 gpm pump (Waterous) with foam (Husky).

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ENGINE 3111

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2016 International 7400 4×4 / KME Type 3 with 500 GPM Darley JMP Pump, 600-gallon water tank, and 20 gallon foam cell (FoamPro).

MEDIC 2825

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(17) 2019 RAM 5500 4×4 / Lifeline Paraliner (465719). Staffed by Platte Valley Ambulance Service through a 2020 Partnership. Moved from Station 3.

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BRUSH 2831

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(1133) 2018 International 7400 4×4 / 2019 Howe & Howe Tech (478674) Bulldog  500 gpm pump (Hale) and 1500 gallon water tank with foam.

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TENDER 2841

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(2852 / Tender 41) 2017 Freightliner 114SD / Midwest (2852) 500 gpm pump (Hale) and 4000 gallon water tank.

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Station 1 Historical Photos

Station 1

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Fire Station 1 was located at 651 Cedar St. and served as Station 1 until 2010 when the new Station 1 was built.

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ENGINE 701

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1951 GMC / Barton-American, the departments first pumper.

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ENGINE 2801

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1991 International / Arapahoe 1000 gpm pump (Darley) and 750 gallon water tank, became Brush 2835.

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ENGINE 2802

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Freightliner FL80 / Becker 500 gallon water tank.

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RESCUE 2821

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1992 Ford E-450 / Lifeline, former Platte Valley Ambulance (Ambulance #2)

PVAS had A2 frontline from 1992 to 2002, reserve status unit 2004, and was donated to Southeast Weld Fire Protection District (Colorado) after several years it was transferred to the ownership of the Hudson Fire Protection District. Became Rampart Search & Rescue (Colorado) Squad 52

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RESCUE 2822

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1986 Hahn / Saulsbury, former Temple Fire Company – Muhlenberg Township (Pennsylvania) Rescue 11, and was sold to Austin Volunteer Fire Rescue (North Carolina).

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BRUSH 2831

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Ford F-550 4×4 XL Super Duty.

ENGINE 2811

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2003 Pierce Contender 1250 gpm pump with 750 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 2804. Former Daytona International Speedway Fire Department (Florida).

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TENDER 2842

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2007 Kenworth / Fouts Bros (10329) 500 gpm pump (Darley) with 3000 gallon water tank. Became Tender 2843.

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BRUSH 2831

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2013 Ram 5500 / Blanchat B-24 Minuteman (1324R08) 343 gallon water tank, former Reserve Brush 2831.