Basalt fire and medical calls, Nov. 12-18
BASALT – The Basalt Fire Department responded to the following calls on Nov. 12 through Nov. 18.
Nov. 12 at 12:46 p.m.: Responded to East Valley Road for a false alarm. No hazards were found.
Nov. 12 at 12:49 p.m.: Responded to 24500 Highway 82 for a person in a vehicle with a medical problem. The patient was transported to the hospital.
Friday at 6 a.m.: Responded to East Sopris Creek Road for a traumatic injury. The patient was transported to the hospital.
Friday at 7:39 a.m.: Mutual aid response with Carbondale Fire Department to the area between El Jebel and Catherine’s Store for what was determined to be an obvious death.
Friday at 4:25 p.m.: Responded to East Valley Road for a person having a seizure. The patient was transported to the hospital.
Friday at 4:38 p.m.: Mutual aid response with Carbondale Fire Department to Harmony Lane for what was determined to be a false alarm.
Friday at 7:04 p.m.: Responded to Horseshoe Drive for a carbon monoxide alarm. No hazards were found, and the owners were advised to replace the detector.
Saturday at 5:07 a.m.: Responded to Thelma Court for a medical refusal.
Saturday at 10:39 a.m.: Responded to River Oaks Lane for an odor report. No hazards could be determined.
Saturday at 12:10 p.m.: Responded to Red Tail Drive for a false medical alarm.
Saturday at 12:48 p.m.: Responded to Horseshoe Drive for a wildland fire caused by an arcing power line. The fire was out on arrival, and Holy Cross Energy was notified.
Saturday at 1:37 p.m.: Responded to Two Rivers Road for a one-vehicle injury accident. One patient was transported to the hospital.
Saturday at 2:59 p.m.: Responded to Gold Rivers Court for a traumatic injury. One patient was transported to the hospital.
Sunday at 6:44 a.m.: Assisted a person with an unspecified problem on Willits Lane.
Sunday at 9:37 a.m.: Responded to 29000 Highway 82 for a one-vehicle, non-injury accident.
Sunday at 10:11 a.m.: Mutual aid with Carbondale Fire Department for a person with difficulty breathing. Carbondale provided the transport to the hospital.
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