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Fire calls, Sept. 15-21

Staff report

The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from Sept. 15 to 21.

Sept. 15

Medical call to Brush Creek Road just below the roundabout for a bicycle accident. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

Sept. 16

Fire alarm at 100 Elk Camp work road. The alarm was activated by a system malfunction.

Fire and carbon monoxide alarm at a home on Gamble Way. The alarm was activated by a cooking error. No carbon monoxide was detected.

Sept. 18

Fire alarm at 400 Wood Road, the Crestwood Condominiums. The alarm was activated by a cooking error.

Fire alarm at 70 Commons Circle. The alarm was activated by a cooking error.

Fire alarm at 52 Commons Circle. The alarm was activated by a cooking error.

Sept. 19

Fire alarm at 5941 Lake Wildcat Road. The alarm was activated by a system malfunction.

Medical call to Highline Trail to rendezvous with search and rescue to receive a person suffering from a head injury. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

Sept. 20

Medical call to Gallun Lane to rendezvous with Snowmass Mountain Rangers to receive a person suffering from a shoulder injury. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

Medical call to Wood Road at the Fanny Hill road access gate for a person suffering from a head injury. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

Fire alarm at 690 Carriage Way. The alarm was activated by a cooking error.

Fire call at 46 Meadow Road for an odor investigation. We were unable to find the source of the odor. The occupants will call back as needed.

Sept. 21

Medical call to Daly Lane to rendezvous with Snowmass Mountain Rangers to receive a person suffering from a leg injury. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital.

Fire alarm at a home on Elk Ridge Lane. The alarm was active by steam from a shower.


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