Carleton said there is “no indication of any criminal activity” in the crash at this point in the investigation.
Crews had the fire under control within a few minutes, according to the department. The cause of the blaze has not been released.
AURORA | Aurora Fire Department EMS Bureau Manager Kevin Waters was awarded the 2015 EMS Executive of the Year award by the Emergency Medical Services Association of Colorado and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, on Nov. 7 in Keystone. “Throughout our time together, I’ve never seen his courage waiver,” said Aurora Fire colleague […]
QUID HAS HEARD that for all the protecting, serving and flame-dousing they do, A-town’s finest also have found time to stir up the biggest off-year election kerfuffle in more than a decade. Seems the union wags for Aurora police and firefighters aren’t too happy with At-Large Councilman Bob LeGare for not rubber-stamping each and every […]
It’s my belief that my first job as an Aurora City Councilman is to do everything possible to keep the neighbors, schools and businesses I represent safe. Here in Aurora, I can’t think of anything more important to that end than to afford our top-notch police and fire departments with every effective resource they need […]
The blaze started around 10 a.m. in a first-floor unit at the Abrigo Apartments on the corner of East 30th Avenue and Peoria Street
AURORA | Eat your heart out, Roger Moore. From life-saving ash trays to early flame retardant suits that put the former James Bond’s “Moonraker” garb to shame, the newest exhibit at the Aurora History Museum highlights the evolution of Aurora, and those who have worked to protect it for over 100 years. But even with […]
The campus will serve as a joint-training facility for the city’s fire and police departments, which will allow the two units to train and operate together. It will also be close to Arapahoe County’s driving track and sheriff’s office for future collaborative training opportunities with other agencies.
Aurora firefighters were called to a report of a structure fire at about 4 a.m. May 22 on the 1800 block of North Carson Street near Montview and Sable boulevards. One woman found at the site of the blaze was ransported to a local hospital, where she later was pronounced dead.
AURORA | Two weeks after an arsonist set fire to a north Aurora apartment building, killing two and injuring several others, police are again asking the public for help. “We are encouraging people that live in the neighborhood or were visiting the neighborhood on August 6th to report anything they may have seen around the […]