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Cincinnati Fire Department - Station 14

430 Central Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45202

This station is the department headquarters and it is located on the eastern side of downtown, directly off the 5th Street exit on I-75.  The firehouse is across the street from the Convention Center, and close to Fountain Square and the major downtown hotels and office buildings.  The station houses a variety of specialized apparatus including one of two heavy rescue companies in the city along with one of the few fire department-run bomb squads in the nation.

- District 1
- Built in 1962






Engine 14 - 2009 Spartan / Rosenbauer (1500 GPM / 500 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 81671









Rescue 14 - 2017 Rosenbauer (Heavy Rescue)
Shop# 61711

- Video of Heavy Rescue 14 Responding







Haz Mat 14 - 2006 Ford / Hackney (Hazardous Materials Response)
Shop# 60932 (Tender), 57477 (Trailer)

- Video of Haz Mat 14 Responding








Engine 14b - 2006 Spartan / Saulsbury (EOD / Hazardous Device Unit)
Shop# 51690

- Additional Information







Engine 14b - 2006 Ford F-Series (EOD / Containment Unit)
Shop# 60915

- Additional Information








SO2 - 2018 Ford F-150 (Safety Officer)
Shop# 18418









Z Boat 14 (ZB14) - 2019 Zodiac MilPro
Shop#













Engine 14 - 1993 E-One (1500 GPM / 500 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 31673

- This apparatus is now assigned to the Training Bureau





Ladder 14 - 1998 E-One (110' Rear-Mount Aerial)
Shop# 81651

- Ladder 14 was disbanded in 2007 and reorganized as the second heavy rescue company
  in the city - Rescue 9.
- This apparatus was subsequently reassigned to Ladder 29.
- Photo courtesy unknown photographer

- Additional Information






Rescue 14 - 2006 Spartan / Central States (Heavy Rescue)
Shop# 61710

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MAC 1 - 1991 Chevrolet / Summit (Mobile Air Compressor / Haz Mat Support)
Shop# 01690








Rescue 14 - 2008 Ford / Braun (ALS Ambulance)
Shop# 81450

- When the Cincinnati Fire Department reorganized EMS in April of 2011, this unit
was moved to Station 29 where it is currently running as Medic 29.









EMS Cart (Used for Special Events)
Shop# 97499








SO2 - 2011 Ford Expedition (Safety Officer)
Shop# 10697

- The Safety Officer is a new position and the unit was established in February of 2013
- This car was previously assigned to District 1







Z Boat 14 - 2005 Zodiac
Shop# 58551































Engine 14 - 1979 Seagrave (54' Tele-Squrt / 1250 GPM / 300 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 4677

- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy





Engine 14 - 1958 Seagrave (1000 GPM / 100 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 25199

- Ed Effron Photo






Engine 14 - 1949 Seagrave (1000 GPM / 100 Gallon Tank)
Shop#

- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy Collection






Engine 14 - 1945 Mack (1000 GPM / 100 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 25167

- This apparatus was subsequently assigned to Engine 36
- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy Collection






Engine 14 - 1941 Autocar / US Fire (750 GPM / 100 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 25161

- This apparatus was subsequently assigned to Engine 35
- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy Collection




Ladder 14 - 1988 Seagrave (100' Tractor-Drawn Aerial)
Shop# 81650

- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy





Ladder 7 - 1977 Seagrave (100' Tractor-Drawn Aerial)
Shop# 4623

- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy





Ladder 7 - 1965 Seagrave (100' Tractor-Drawn Aerial)
Shop# 4611

- This apparatus was subsequently assigned to Ladder 8
- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy






Ladder 7 - 1950 Seagrave (100' Tractor-Drawn Aerial)
Shop# 25227

- This apparatus was subsequently assigned to Ladder 16 (now Ladder 31)
- Ed Effon Photo
















































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News / Updates:

09/19 -  Heavy Rescue 14 received a new Zodiac Milpro boat.

02/19 - A new Ford F-150 was assigned to the Safety Officer (SO2).

06/17 - Heavy Rescure 14 placed into service a new  Rosenbauer Commander.

08/09 - Engine 14 replaced their 1993 E-One with a new pumper truck from Rosenbauer.
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