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Fire calls, June 3-9

The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from June 3 through 9.

June 3:

• Fire call to 3904 Brush Creek Road for a flow alarm. An accidental flow from the main drain had been activated.

• Mutual-aid request from Aspen Ambulance District for an ambulance to respond to 205 Lacet Court for a person who had fallen.

June 5:

• Automatic fire alarm to 70 Commons Circle. The cause of the alarm was cooking smoke.

• Automatic fire alarm to 70 Commons Circle. The cause of the alarm was cooking smoke.

June 6:

• Fire call at 1211 Two Creeks for a dangerous gas alarm. No hazardous conditions were found. The cause of the alarm appeared to be a system malfunction.

• Mutual-aid request from Aspen Ambulance District for an ambulance to respond to 330 E. Main. The response was canceled.

• Automatic fire alarm to 105 Daly Lane, the bowling alley. The cause of the alarm was construction dust.

• Carbon monoxide alarm at 130 Wood Road, the Viceroy Hotel, Room 312. No carbon monoxide was found. The cause of the alarm was a bad battery.

June 7:

• Fire call to 920 Two Creeks Drive for a ruptured gas line. The district assisted SourceGas with clamping the line.

June 8:

• Medical call to Town Park for Snowmass Mammoth Fest event standby.

• Medical call to Town Park for a person suffering from abdominal pain. The patient refused treatment and transportation to the hospital.

June 9:

• Medical call to 1224 Hawk Ridge Lane for a person suffering from a possible overdose. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

• Automatic fire alarm to 222 Edgewood Lane. No cause for the alarm was found.


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