Snowmass fire calls, July 28 to Aug. 31
The Snowmass Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following calls from July 28 through Aug. 3.
Medical call to Pine Lane to rendezvous with the Snowmass Mountain Rangers to pick up a person suffering from a fractured arm. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for further treatment.
Fire call to Bridlepath Lane for a gas leak. All ignition sources were shut down, and crews remained on the scene until Source Gas stopped the gas flow.
Automatic fire alarm at 35 Lower Woodbridge Road. The alarm system was activated by a cooking error.
Medical call to the North Rim Trail for a person suffering from a neck injury caused by a bike accident. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for further treatment.
Automatic fire alarm at a home on Sinclair Road. The alarm system was activated by construction dust.
Medical standby at the Snowmass Rodeo. No injuries occurred.
Medical call to a home on East Fork Lane for a person feeling sick. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for further treatment.
Carbon monoxide alarm at 130 Wood Road, the Viceroy. Crews assisted with ventilation, and the alarm was reset.
Medical call to 233 E. Airport Road for an Alert 2. An airplane was coming in with a reported medical emergency on board. The response was canceled en route.
Fire call to a home on Serviceberry Road for a report of smoke. Crews found a fire in a fire pan in the backyard. The residents were asked to put the fire out.
Mutual aid requested by Aspen Ambulance District to respond to East Hopkins Avenue for a person who had been assaulted. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for further treatment.
Automatic fire alarm at a home on Edgewood Lane. No fire conditions were found. Crews were unable to contact either property management or the owner.
Automatic fire alarm at a home on Edgewood Lane. No fire conditions were found. Crews contacted the homeowner but were unable to get into the house.
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On Sept. 11, a small group of local Roaring Fork Fire Rescue responders walked 3 miles from Snowmass Town Park to the Top of the Village for the fifth annual Axes and Arms 9/11 Climb.