Fire Incidents: Feb. 28 to March 5
A smoky kitchen, a blown transformer and a student-tripped alarm were among the calls to which the Lexington Fire Department responded over the past week.
Fire Incidents by the Numbers
45 Total calls for service
26 EMS calls excluding motor vehicle accidents
12 Unintentional alarm activations or malfunctions
2 Motor vehicle accidents with basic life support
2 Electrical wiring/equipment issues
2 Motor vehicle accidents with not duty/no transport
1 EMS call with no duty/patient refusal
1 Smoke/odor removal
1 Vicinity Alarm
1 Malicious false alarm in a municipal building
1 Well being check
1 Gas leak
1 Carbon monoxide leak
1 Motor vehicle accidents with advanced life support
Fire Incident Reports
Wednesday, Feb. 29
7:25 p.m. – A cooking fire caused an alarm activation on Main Campus Drive.
Thursday, March 1
8:08 a.m. – Firefighters responded to Fairland Street for a report of wires down and a blown transformer.
Monday, March 5
2:41 a.m. – A fire alarm was triggered at Bowman School after a student allegedly pulled an alarm in the gymnasium. According to the incident report, the school principal planned to notify the student’s parents and handle the discipline.