Featuring eight first responder agencies from around the nation, including Sac Fire, the show will give viewers a live window into how emergencies are mitigated and responded to.
At any moment in time, an emergency call could focus the action toward one of participating agencies.
The show is filmed “live” with a half-hour delay that ensures material is filtered for sensitivity and some content is filmed ahead of time in case of slow shifts.
“We’re excited and proud to be featured on ‘Live Rescue’ as it’s a unique way to tell our story to such a large audience,” said Sacramento Fire Chief, Gary Loesch. “It can be a challenge to fully articulate what our first responders experience day to day and platforms like this one help us get one step closer to that.”
‘Live Rescue‘ premieres at 9 p.m. April 22 on A&E.