Incident Reports by the Numbers
56 Total call for service
23 EMS calls excluding motor vehicle accidents
10 Malfunctioning or unintentional alarm activations
4 EMS calls with no duty/patient refusal
3 Medical EMS calls, MVA
2 Nonmedical public assistances
2 Well being checks
2 Motor vehicle accidents with basic life support
2 Mutual aid cover/standby
1 Public service assistance
1 Motor vehicle accident with no duty/no transport
1 Passenger vehicle fire
1 Brush brush/grass fire
1 Motor vehicle accident with no duty/transport
1 Prescribed fire
1 Smoke scare/odor
1 Wind storm/tornado/hurricane call
Fire Incident Reports
Wednesday, April 25
1:06 p.m. – Firefighters responded to Spring Street for an accidental alarm activation that occurred during refilling of the sprinkler system.
8:55 p.m. – Firefighters responded to a faulty alarm activation on Summit Road.
Thursday, April 26
8:15 a.m. – An alarm activation on Shire Way was possibly caused by earlier cooking in the area.
Friday, April 27
3:33 p.m. – A call came in reporting a tree down on a house on Marrett Road. Firefighters responded to the scene and found a large tree had damaged the roof and window, but the damage was structural and there were no hazards.
7:17 p.m. – Smoke from burnt popcorn set off an alarm at Emerson Gardens Road.
Saturday, April 28
3:31 p.m. – A cellular caller reported a tree smoldering of the bike path. Firefighters found the smoking tree and, according to the incident report, made the homeowner wet it down and told him not to burn.
8:24 p.m. – Firefighters responded to Route 128 and found a vehicle on fire in he breakdown lane.
Sunday, April 29
3:26 p.m. – Firefighters responded to Mass Ave for a report of a smoking barrel outside Bertuccis and found no obvious signs of fire, but a few bystanders who said they’d put water on the smoking planter previously.
8:19 p.m. – Firefighters responded to White Pine Lane after a report of an electrical odor in the building, which was determined to be caused by a burned out light bulb.
9:53 p.m. – A faulty carbon monoxide detector called companies to Kendall Road.