Many times patients who call 911 are unnecessarily transported to the emergency room, costing the patient and the department a lot of money. But Littleton Fire Rescue has come up with a solution.
No one was injured in a house fire that caused a lot of damage in Highland Ranch Thursday afternoon.
It’s a new twist on an old service. Littleton Fire Rescue is launching two new programs to get emergency crews out the door faster, safer and with the goal of saving the department and its patients money.
Three men got the chance to thank the first responders who saved their lives. All three suffered cardiac arrest before they were helped by Littleton Fire rescuers.
It might have looked like the real thing, but it was just a drill. The Littleton water rescue teams were honing their skills at Chatfield State Park on Saturday.
Firefighters called out on a second alarm fire in Littleton Tuesday night had more to battle than just flames.
Temperatures below zero made it particularly difficult to battle the house fire.