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Central Campbell Fire District

4113 Alexandria Pike
Cold Spring, KY 41076

Formed in 2000 as a result of a merger of the Highland Heights and Cold Spring Fire Departments, the department also protects the rapidly growing Northern Kentucky University.

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Engine 401 - 1997 Sutphen (1250 GPM / 750 Gallon Tank)

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Engine 402 - 1992 Grumman (1500 GPM / 750 Gallon Tank)

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Engine 404 - 2005 Sutphen (1500 GPM / 750 Gallon Tank / 50 Foam)










Tower 410 - 2009 Sutphen (Quint, 100' Aerial, 2000 GPM / 300 Gallon Tank)










Medic 481 - 2000 Freightliner / Horton (ALS Ambulance)










Medic 482 - 2008 International / Horton (ALS Ambulance)










Utility 435 - 2012 Ford F-250

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Car 434 - 1997 Chevrolet Suburban










Car 450 - 2006 Ford Expedition













Rescue 420 - 1997 Spartan / Hackney (Heavy Rescue)

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- Apparatus has been sold and is now Covington's Rescue 1







Truck 410 - 1992 Grumman (Quint, 102' Aerial, 1500 GPM / 200 Gallon Tank)

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- Apparatus has been sold and is now Southern Campbell's Tower 1210







Utility 435 - 1998 Chevrolet 3500











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News/Updates:

02/12 - Central Campbell has placed into service a new Ford F-250 for Utility 435.

09/09 - Central Campbell has placed a former 2009 Sutphen demonstrator into service as Tower 410.  The Grumman perviously assigned to T410 has been sold to the Southern Campbell Fire District, Ky.

07/09 - The  Spartan / Hackney previously assigned to Rescue 420 has been sold to Covington, KY.