Fire calls, June 17-23 |

Fire calls, June 17-23

The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from June 17 through 23.

June 17:

• Carbon monoxide alarm at 1790 Lake Wildcat Road. The cause of the alarm was a possible system malfunction as no carbon monoxide was detected.

June 18:

• Mutual-aid request to the West Fork Complex, 15 miles north of Pagosa Springs (wildfire deployment for one paramedic).

June 19:

• Automatic fire alarm at 107 Meadow Lane. Smoke from plumbers sweating pipes set off a smoke detector.

• Automatic fire alarm at 476 Wood Road, the Chamonix condos, Building C, second floor. Smoke from plumbers sweating pipes set off a smoke detector.

• Automatic fire alarm at 105 Daly Lane. Construction dust set off a smoke detector.

• Mutual-aid request to the Wild Rose Fire in Craig. The department called for a Type 3 engine. Snowmass turned down the assignment.

June 20:

• Automatic fire alarm at 100 Alpine Lane. Construction dust set off a smoke detector.

• Medical call to 40 Carriage Way, the Fanny Hill concert venue, for a person suffering from an injured leg. One patient was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

June 21:

• Mutual-aid request to the Brush Creek Fire in Rifle. Snowmass responded with a Type 6 engine.

June 22:

• Automatic fire alarm at 130 Wood Road, the Viceroy, first floor. Cooking smoke set off a smoke detector.

June 23:

• Mutual-aid request to stand by for Aspen Fire and Aspen Ambulance districts while they were six miles up Woody Creek Road on an incident.

• Mutual-aid call for Aspen Ambulance District to 730 W. Main St. in Aspen for a person feeling faint and weak. The patient refused treatment and transportation to Aspen Valley Hospital.

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