Fire calls, April 21-27
The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from April 21 to 27.
Fire call to 84 Carriage Way for an elevator rescue. All of the elevators in Capitol Peak buildings were checked. No one was found.
Fire call to 25 Daly Lane for a gas leak. Crews assisted Source Gas in shutting off the gas.
Automatic fire alarm at 45 Village Square, the Gateway Center. The system malfunctioned when the power was turned back on in the building. No fire condition was found.
Carbon monoxide alarm at a residence on Deer Ridge Lane. No carbon monoxide was found.
Citizen assist: A Snowmass resident was in need of a portable oxygen cylinder. The district loaned him one, and it was returned later.
Medical call to 4000 Brush Creek, the Snowmass Villas, for a person who had fallen and was suffering from a head injury. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.
Fire call at a residence on Two Creeks Drive for a dangerous gas alarm. Crews were unable to access the home, and a key holder was contacted.
Automatic fire alarm at 150 Carriage Way. The alarm was caused by water leaking into a smoke detector. Crews were unable to reset the alarm system. A fire watch was put in place until the alarm company can make repairs.
Fire call at a residence on Meadow Ranch for a possible gas leak. Nothing was found, and the occupants were unavailable.
The Snowmass Village Housing Department is cracking down on its rental compliance for workforce housing in this year’s lease renewal cycle.