Durango first responders prepare for record levels of snow | KOB 4
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Durango first responders prepare for record levels of snow

Meg Hilling
February 22, 2019 05:15 PM

DURANGO, CO. - When trouble occurs, not even record levels of snow keep first responders from hitting the road. 

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"People have been staying in more, with some businesses and school closures and stuff, so we haven't had a lot," said Rod Allen, Battalion Chief of Durango Fire and Rescue. 

Durango Fire and Rescue is staying prepared as snow continues to fall. 

First responders are reminding the public to have a few essentials, like a blanket and a flashlight, just in case they get stuck on the roads.

"This has been two feet in 24 hours, this is crazy!" said Sherrill Olson, a visitor in Durango. 

"Cause it hasn't happened in awhile, it takes a little getting used to," said Doug Wakeman, Durango resident. 

Stay tuned into KOB 4 for the latest on the weather conditions

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Meg Hilling

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