West Metro Fire and Rescue

5-Year-Old In Hash Oil Explosion Pens Book, Visits West Metro Fire StationIt was the first hash oil explosion in Jefferson County and now people are finding out just how devastating the lasting effects can be.
West Metro Firefighters Ditch Uniforms With Badges Amid Police ThreatsAfter receiving advice from people in law enforcement, West Metro's fire chief says he is asking staff to stop wearing uniforms that have badges.
Dog Survives 200 Foot Fall Down Mine ShaftA family in Littleton is happy to have their family pet home safe.
West Metro Fire Performs Steep Angle Rope Rescue To Save Dog From Mine ShaftA dog and her owner can thank West Metro Fire crews for a successful rescue.
Neighbors Break Down Door To Save Sleeping Man From Large Apartment FireOne person was hospitalized after a fire completely destroyed part of an apartment complex in Littleton on Saturday.
FBI, Two Other First Responders Learn From Mall Training ExerciseLaw enforcement agencies are learning valuable lessons from active shooter training exercises.
Teen Girl Saves Lives By Calling In Neighbor's House FireInvestigators want to know what caused a fire that sent a man to the hospital Friday morning.
Explosion In Garbage Truck Sends Workers To The HospitalPicking up trash is a dirty job, and on Wednesday it was dangerous for two garbage truck workers in Lakewood.
Woman In Critical Condition After Fall At Red RocksWest Metro Fire says a 27-year-old woman fell 20 feet from a rock formation outside the amphitheatre.
Landscape Worker Who Died After Trench Collapsed IdentifiedA construction worker who died after he was buried when a dirt wall suddenly collapsed on him has been identified.
OSHA Investigating Death Of Construction Worker In LakewoodOSHA has been called in to investigate a deadly construction accident in Lakewood.

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