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Snowmass Fire Department calls

The Aspen Times
Aspen, CO, Colorado

The following is a wrap-up of calls handled by the Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District from March 12 through Thursday.

March 12

• Ski-area ambulance transport, multi-systems trauma, advanced life support (ALS) to hospital.

• Ski-area ambulance transport, femur fracture, ALS to hospital.

• Ski-area ambulance transport, head injury, ALS to hospital.

• Snowmass Clinic ambulance transport, head injury, ALS to hospital.

• Engine response to fire alarm, Commons Circle, cooking error.

• Carbon monoxide engine-ambulance response to Stanton Lane, high carbon-monoxide levels mitigated.

March 13

• Engine response to Aspen Skiing Co. maintenance facility, fire alarm malfunction.

• Ski-area ambulance transport, ALS to hospital.

• Ski-area ambulance transport, ALS to hospital.

• Mutual aid assist for Aspen Ambulance, Medicine Bow Road, reassigned.

• Ski-area ambulance transport, ALS transport to hospital.

• Mutual aid assist for Aspen Ambulance, Buttermilk ski area, ALS transport to hospital.

• Clinic ambulance transport, ALS to hospital.

• Clinic ambulance transport, ALS to hospital.

Wednesday

• Ski-area ambulance transport, arm fracture, ALS to hospital.

• Ski-area ambulance transport, back injury, ALS to hospital.

• Ski-area ambulance transport, leg injury, ALS to hospital.

• Carbon monoxide response to Forest Lane, accidental activation.

• Carriage Way Road, ambulance response, dizziness, ALS transport to hospital.

• Upper Woodbridge Road, engine response to fire alarm, system malfunction.

Thursday

• Burnt Mountain Circle, ambulance response for medical alarm, no care required.

• Wood Road, Viceroy Hotel, engine response for fire, alarm – mechanical room.

• Snowmass Clinic ambulance transport, hip fracture, ALS to hospital.

• Base Village 911 ambulance request, unconscious person, patient refusal.


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