Rolling Hot: Denver Fire. Mini-Series Follows Station 26 in Denver, CO

Rolling Hot: Denver Fire is a mini-series that follows Station 26 in Denver produced by Denver 8 TV. Check out the three episodes below. Follow Denver8TV on Youtube.

At any moment, the next call can come in and the firefighters are never really sure what they are about to encounter as they roll out of the station. Ride the rigs of Denver Fire Department’s Station 26 on real adventures with real firefighters! Denver 8 is the award-winning municipal access television station for the City and County of Denver, Colorado government.

While Engine 26 is visiting a preschool for Fire Prevention Week, Capt. Helwick receives word of a medical emergency taking place inside the school building! Then it’s on to a kitchen fire in an apartment complex for both Engine 26 and Truck 26. After nightfall, Truck 26 rolls on a potentially deadly carbon monoxide call!

A new probationary firefighter arrives at Station 26. He’s an experienced firefighter from another department who must now start over on the bottom rung of the ladder. Then – is it real or a drill? Both Engine 26 and Truck 26 participate in a realistic training exercise at a local university dorm complete with firefighters in bunking gear and air masks, theatrical “smoke” in the halls,, real water in the hose lines and mandatory student evacuations. Some students are left with powerful life-changing impressions and praise for the firefighters!

A friendly rivalry between the crews of Engine 26 and Truck 26 escalates until someone runs a red light and changes everything. Ride with the firefighters of Denver’s Station 26. Third in a three-part pilot documentary series.