At Aurora Fire Station No. 2, there is a sense of routine again, and yet you can't help but wonder if things will ever be the same. The firefighters at this station were among the first to respond to the mass shooting at the Aurora movie theater last Friday in which 12 died and 58 were injured. Randy Rester, President of the Aurora Firefighters Protective Association, has been with the department for more than 30 years and hasn't experienced anything like it. More.
Firefighters From 9/11 Give Aurora First Responders A Boost