Fire calls, Sept. 30 — Oct. 6 | AspenTimes.com

Fire calls, Sept. 30 — Oct. 6

Staff report
Snowmass Sun

The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from Sept. 30 through Oct. 6.

Sept. 30:

Automatic fire alarm at 400 Wood Road, the Crestwood. Construction dust activated a smoke detector.

Carbon monoxide alarm at 55 Terrace Drive. Carbon monoxide was detected at the scene, and the incident was turned over to Source Gas.

Oct. 1:

Automatic fire alarm at 134 Clubhouse Drive, the Sanctuary. The alarm system was being repaired and had not been put in test mode.

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Automatic fire alarm at 76 Elbert Lane, the Conference Center. No smoke or fire was detected. The alarm was classified as a system malfunction.

Oct. 2:

Fire call to 130 Wood Road for an odor investigation. The odor was caused by concrete etching.

Automatic fire alarm at 36 View Ridge Lane. No smoke or fire was detected. The alarm was classified as a system malfunction.

Oct. 4:

Medical standby was requested by the Aspen Ambulance District while it responded to a car accident near Independence Pass.

Fire standby was requested by the Aspen Fire Protection District while it responded to a car accident near Independence Pass.

Oct. 5:

Medical call to Trail Rider Lane for a person suffering from a possible stroke. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

Medical call to 239 Snowmass Club Circle for a person who had fainted. The patient refused treatment and transportation to the hospital.

Oct. 6:

Mutual aid requested by Aspen Fire to 101 W. Main St., the Molly Gibson Lodge, for a possible explosion. The response was canceled.