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Fire calls, May 26 to June 1

The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from May 26 to June 1.

May 26



Automatic fire alarm at a home on Meadow Road. The alarm was caused by a cooking error.




May 27

Automatic fire alarm at 35 Campground Lane, the Willows. The alarm was caused by a smoke detector that had been taken off the wall. Management set the alarm off as it was re-installing the detector.

Stand-by request from Aspen Fire to stand by while it was on a call up Independence Pass.

May 28

Automatic fire alarm at Timbers Club Court. The alarm was caused by construction dust.

Mutual aid requested by Aspen Ambulance to respond to an apartment on Park Circle for a person having difficulty breathing.

May 29

Flow alarm at the Homestead Condominiums on Brush Creek Road. Crews were dispatched in error, as the alarm-service provider was testing the system.

May 30

Automatic fire alarm at a home on Fox Run Drive. The cause of the alarm was a system malfunction.

Automatic fire alarm at Timbers Club Circle. The cause of the alarm was construction dust.

Medical call to Deerfield Drive for a person experiencing shortness of breath. One patient was evaluated but refused treatment and transportation to the hospital.

May 31

Police assist at the intersection of Third and Hallam streets in Aspen for a tree branch that had broken and was hanging in a tree.

Medical call at Commons Circle. The response was canceled by the reporting party.

Medical call at Commons Circle for a person suffering from foot pain and stomach pain and feeling faint. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

Medical call to a residence on Ridge Road for a person experiencing numbness in her hands. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

June 1

Mutual aid requested by the Basalt Fire Department for Swift Water Rescue Team swimmers to assist in a recovery mission near Marble.

Automatic fire alarm at Commons Circle.

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