Snowmass fire calls: May 11 to 16 | AspenTimes.com

Snowmass fire calls: May 11 to 16

The Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District responded to the following emergency calls from May 11 to 16.

MAY 11

Carbon monoxide alarm at a home on Divide Drive. Crews contacted property management, which confirmed no one was living in the home. No carbon monoxide was detected. An out-of-date carbon monoxide detector was found and the alarm was reset.

Fire alarm at a home on Harleston Green. The alarm system was activated by overspray from painters.

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Medical call to 855 Carriage Way, the top of the Village Condominiums, for a person who was bleeding. One person was transported to Aspen Valley Hospital for treatment.

Fire call to a home on Meadow Road. The occupant was worried about having some sort of gas in the home. No gasses were detected in her home. The alarm system was activated by a possible detector malfunction.

MAY 13

Fire alarm at 70 Commons Circle, the Club Commons. The alarm system was activated by a cooking error.

MAY 16

Lift assist at a home on Lemond Circle.


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