Fire calls, Dec. 16-22
The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from Dec. 16 through 22.
Mutual-aid fire call to 233 E. Airport Road for an alert 2. The response was canceled.
Automatic fire alarm at 35 Lower Woodbridge Road, Unit 140. The cause of the alarm was a cooking error.
Structure-fire call to 28 Rodeo Road. Upon arrival, crews extinguished a fire in the boiler.
Auto aid with Aspen Ambulance District to Harmony Place and Highway 82 for a vehicle accident. One patient was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.
Automatic fire alarm at 52 Commons Circle, Unit 104. The cause of the alarm was shower steam.
Fire call to 930 Fox Run Drive for an odor investigation. Source Gas was called for gas flowing from a barbecue.
Mutual aid requested by Aspen Ambulance for a medical call at 409 E. Hyman Ave. for a person who was disoriented. The response was canceled.
Mutual aid requested by Aspen Ambulance for a medical call at the intersection of Owl Creek Road and Highway 82 for a vehicle accident. No patients were transported.
Mutual aid requested by Aspen Ambulance to stand by in its district while it was busy. No calls were received during the standby request.
Automatic fire alarm at 52 Club Commons Circle, Unit 104. The cause of the alarm was steam from a shower.
Medical call to Creekside Condos on Brush Creek Lane for a person feeling sick. The patient refused transportation to Aspen Valley Hospital.
Medical call to the end of Daly Lane for a person who was intoxicated. One person was evaluated and released to the Snowmass Village Police Department. No transport was required.
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