Colorado Boy Gets Lesson in Firefighting When He Shows Up to Scene in Gear

When a 6-year-old Aurora boy spotted smoke coming from something a few blocks from his house on Sunday, he responded in the cutest way possible, KTLA sister station KDVR reported.

Reily Doi-Jared got a lesson in firefighting when he showed up to a blaze in Aurora, Colorado on Sept. 25, 2016. (Credit: Shane Anthony/AuroraNews1)

Reily Doi-Jared got a lesson in firefighting when he showed up to a blaze in Aurora, Colorado on Sept. 25, 2016. (Credit: Shane Anthony/AuroraNews1)

The boy, Reily Doi-Jared, got his mom to drive him to the fire on South Pitkin Way and offered to help firefighters.

But first, he put on the firefighter costume he wore for Halloween when he was 3 years old.

Members of the Aurora Fire Department took a short break from overhauling the fire to consult with the young first responder, according to Shane Anthony who captured photos of the adorable scene.

Reily told Anthony he'd met firefighters before but said, "This is my first time to a real fire!"

Anthony said a police officer at the scene gave Reily an honorary police badge.