Each year, thousands of children are hospitalized in connection with swimming-related accidents. Staying safe this summer means knowing where your children are, having a designated safety supervisor, keeping rescue equipment close at hand, and making sure that your family has some kind of water safety plan. Check out these tips from South Metro.
Wildfire experts predict an average year for fires in Colorado in 2014, which is welcome news after two consecutive years that were worse than average, But even an average year means fires could scorch more than 155 square miles. Much of the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority district is in what firefighters term a “red […]
As we celebrate the Fourth of July long weekend, be sure to keep your family safe around campfires and fireworks. Many cities in our area ban certain types of fireworks, but any explosive device, even those that seem “safe” have the potential to harm, so supervise your children. Check out this list to see where […]