The Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following 911 calls between Nov. 12 and Nov. 18. November 12:• Fire call to 381 Ridge Road the Deerbrook Condominiums Building C for flow and smoke alarms. It was determined that pipe had broken in the mechanical room. Power and water were shut off to the building.• Automatic fire alarm at 84 Pine Lane. It was determined the cause of the alarm was a system malfunction.November 13:• Pull Station Alarm at 100 Elbert Lane the Westin Snowmass. It was determined that workers were replacing a pull station.November 14:• Automatic fire alarm to 100 Elbert Lane the Westin Hotel. It was determined that the system was activated by a HVAC Worker• Medical call to 16 Kearns Road the Sundance Drug & Liquor store for a person suffering from a seizure. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.• Flow Alarm at 40 Elbert Lane the Wildwood Lodge. Our crews were unable to determine the cause of the alarm. • Flow Alarm at 40 Elbert Lane the Wildwood Lodge. Our crews were unable to determine the cause of the alarm. November 15:• Medical call to 100 Elbert Lane for a person suffering from a head injury. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.November 16:• Automatic fire alarm to 115 Village Run Circle. It was determined that construction dust had activated a smoke detector.• Automatic fire alarm to 400 Wood Road Unit #2301. It was determined that the alarm was accidentally activated.November 17:• Fire Call to 115 Saddleback Lane for a report of smoke. Our crews discovered that the smoke was coming from a backyard fire pit.November 18:• Automatic fire alarm to 52 Club Commons Circle Unit #104. It was determined that a cooking error had activated a smoke detector. No other hazards were found.
Fire calls: Nov. 12-18
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