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Fire calls, Sept. 29 to Oct. 5

Staff report

The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from Sept. 29 through Oct. 5.

Sept. 29

Fire alarm at 35 Lower Woodbridge Road, Seasons Four unit W184. Accidental activation.

Carbon monoxide alarm at 160 Snowmass Club Circle. The alarm was reported by a person who walked into the fire station. Investigation at the incident address revealed no detectable levels of carbon monoxide. Three patients were evaluated for carbon monoxide poisoning. None were transported.

Medical call at a home on Brush Creek Road for a person suffering from shoulder pain. One person was evaluated on scene and transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for additional treatment.

Citizen assist at a home on Terrace Lane. Crews helped remove smoke from the home.

Sept. 30

Fire alarm at 130 Wood Road, the Viceroy hotel. The alarm was activated by a cooking error.

Oct. 1

Fire alarm at a home on Divide Drive. The alarm was activated by construction dust.

Fire alarm at a home on Faraway Road. The alarm was activated by construction dust.

Fire alarm at a home on Faraway Road. The alarm was activated by construction dust.

Fire alarm at 60 Fall Lane. The alarm was activated by a system malfunction.

Oct. 2

Fire alarm at 400 Wood Road, the Crestwood Condominiums. The alarm was activated by construction dust.

Medical call at a home on Deerfield Drive for a person who had fallen. One person was evaluated and transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for additional treatment.

Oct. 3

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

Medical call at a home on Carriage Way for a person suffering from a head injury. One person was evaluated on scene and transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for additional treatment.

Oct. 4

Medical call on the Sky Ridge Trail for a person suffering from an altered level of consciousness. One person was evaluated on scene and transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for additional treatment.

Oct. 5

Medical call to Lot 7, the Nature Trail, for a person suffering from the loss of sensation in all extremities. One person was evaluated on scene and transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for additional treatment.


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