Basalt fire and medical calls |

Basalt fire and medical calls

BASALT – Following are the fire and medical calls that Basalt Fire Department responded to Aug. 13 through Sunday.

Aug. 13, 7:08 a.m.: Responded to a fuel spill from a previous vehicle accident. The hazard was mitigated.

Aug. 13, 3:26 p.m.: Responded to Elk Run Drive for a seizure. One person was evaluated by a physician. No transport to the hospital.

Aug. 14, 6 p.m.: Standby request for Carbondale Fire Department.

Aug. 15, 7:38 p.m.: Responded to the vicinity of 24000 Highway 82 for a smoke report. No hazards were found.

Aug. 16, 1 p.m.: Mutual-aid request from Carbondale Fire Department. Canceled en route.

Aug. 16, 7:56 p.m.: Medical call to Lake Court canceled en route.

Aug. 17, 1:47 p.m.: Responded to Gold Rivers Court for an elevator malfunction.

Aug. 17, 2:02 p.m.: Responded to East Valley Road for a child accidently locked in a car. The child was freed by Basalt police.

Aug. 17, 5:05 p.m.: Responded to Gold Rivers Court for a good-intent call.

Aug. 17, 8:02 p.m.: Responded to Rivers Cove Court for a reported unconscious person. The patient was transported to the hospital.

Saturday, 2:23 a.m.: Responded to the Aspen/Basalt Mobile Home Park for a structure fire. Flames were burning under the rear of the trailer, up the side and to a nearby tree. The occupant used a hose to knock down the fire. Basalt crews completed the effort and checked for extension of the fire into surroundings. All damage was to the exterior of the structure. No one was injured, and the cause is still under investigation.

Saturday, 9:49 a.m.: Responded to East Cody Lane for a person with abdominal pain. The patient was transported to the hospital.

Saturday, 7:50 p.m.: Responded to Big Hat Road for a carbon monoxide alarm. No hazards were found.

Sunday, 3:13 p.m.: Responded to Rivers Cove Court for a person complaining of dizziness and vision problems. The patient was transported to the hospital.

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