Fire/EMS Agencies 17 fire apparatus, 50 rescue/ambulances, 27 staff, 1 MD, 1 SWAT Medic, 1 chaplain, 4 on-scene Communication Center Dispatchers, 172 personnel responded from the Littleton Fire Department and five neighboring fire agencies and five ambulance companies. Additionally, two helicopters provided assistance. Twenty-five victims were transported to six local hospitals (six were critical); 160 students were triaged at the scene.
Agency Assignments Vehicle or equipment assistance
Littleton Fire Department Command Post, communications, triage, treatment and transport of patients, bomb disposal, lighting, staging, and PIO assistance.  11 units 
American Medical Response Triage, treatment and transport of injured. 19 units
Columbine Ambulance Triage, treatment and transport of injured.  4 units
Denver Health Triage, treatment and transport of injured.  6 units
Denver Fire Assistance with Fire Task Force. 3 units
Englewood Fire Triage, treatment and transport of injured.  1 unit
Pridemark Paramedic Services Triage, treatment and transport of injured.  6 units
Rural Metro Triage, treatment and transport of injured.  3 units
Sheridan Fire Triage, treatment and transport of injured.  1 unit
South Metro Fire Communications assistance, logistics assistance, dispatch assistance, and triage, treatment and transport of injured.  6 units
West Metro Fire Protection District Operations advisory, triage, treatment and transport of patients, Chaplain assistance and PIO assistance.  7 units

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