Fire calls, Aug. 11-17
The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from Aug. 11-17.
Fire alarm at 425 Wood Road, the Woodrun Place. The alarm was activated by a system malfunction.
Fire alarm at a home on Fox Run Drive. The alarm system was accidentally activated.
Medical call to 2831 Brush Creek Road, the skate park, for a person with a person suffering from an injured arm. One patient was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for further treatment.
Medical call to 16 Kearns Road, the Snowmass Center, for a person feeling dizzy. One person was evaluated and refused transportation to the hospital.
Medical call to the Snowmass Village Mall for a person hyperventilating. One person was evaluated and released into police custody.
Medical call to the intersection of Faraway and Brush Creek Roads for a bicycle-versus-car accident. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for further treatment.
Medical call to 130 Wood Road for a person who had fallen and injured their head. One person was evaluated and refused transportation to the hospital.
Medical call to 2831 Brush Creek Road for a person injured in a bicycle accident. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for further treatment.
Medical call to Carriage Way for a person who had fainted. One person was evaluated and refused transportation to the hospital.
Fire alarm to 690 Carriage Way, the Timberline Condominiums. The alarm system was activated by a cooking error.
Public assist for a walk-in at Station 71. A young child had tried to start a fire in his home. Crews talked with the child and his parents.
Fire alarm at 35 Lower Woodbridge, the Seasons Four Condominiums. The alarm system was activated by a cooking error.
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