Firefighter Don Dority gives his daughter Mia, 3, a taste of the deep fried turkey. Family joined the crew for their Thanksgiving Day feast. At left is Amanda Williams, Dority's step daughter, And at right are Shane Erosky and Lt. Rachel Kohler who are ca : News Photo

Firefighter Don Dority gives his daughter Mia, 3, a taste of the deep fried turkey. Family joined the crew for their Thanksgiving Day feast. At left is Amanda Williams, Dority's step daughter, And at right are Shane Erosky and Lt. Rachel Kohler who are ca

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Firefighter Don Dority gives his daughter Mia, 3, a taste of the deep fried turkey. Family joined the crew for their Thanksgiving Day feast. At left is Amanda Williams, Dority's step daughter, And at right are Shane Erosky and Lt. Rachel Kohler who are carving up the turkey. West Metro fire station 10, located at 3535 South Kipling, enjoys a traditional Thanksgiving day meal in between calls. Today was like an average day with about 5 calls in 3 hours by 3:00 so far today. All their food was made by the crew on shift. 11 crew members are on the shift today at Station 10. Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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Firefighter Don Dority gives his daughter Mia, 3, a taste of the deep fried turkey. Family joined the crew for their Thanksgiving Day feast. At left is Amanda Williams, Dority's step daughter, And at right are Shane Erosky and Lt. Rachel Kohler who are carving up the turkey. West Metro fire station 10, located at 3535 South Kipling, enjoys a traditional Thanksgiving day meal in between calls. Today was like an average day with about 5 calls in 3 hours by 3:00 so far today. All their food was made by the crew on shift. 11 crew members are on the shift today at Station 10. Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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