August 16, 2022

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Colorado mountain-town fire protection districts reporting record calls

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There are more people living in their vacation homes in Colorado’s resort communities. There are more people visiting and staying in short-term rental homes. 

“But it’s a challenge to quantify any of this,” said Jake Andersen, deputy chief of operations for the Aspen Fire Protection District. 

Fire chiefs like Andersen can gauge one impact of this shift: Call volume in just about every mountain valley reached record highs in 2021 and the calls for help in early 2022 are pacing ahead of last year. 

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The record increase in calls for emergency service — up 20% in…

Jason Blevins

2022-04-12 04:30:00

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