Busy 24 hours in Wagontown
 
By Wagontown Volunteers
November 24, 2017
 

Friday evening as the tree sale was in full swing, calls began to come in for the Wagontown members, and the first call was at 17:38 hours with an accident on Rt. 340 west of Ash Rd. Crews arrived to find a 2 vehicle accident with 2 to be checked. Ambulance 144 checked the subjects and the crew from the TAC and Rescue secured the hazards and then stood by until the accident was cleared. Fire Police closed the roadway until the incident cleared.

The second call came in at 21:52 hours for a CO alarm in the 800 Block of W. Kings Hwy. This incident was caused by an issue with the heater and reinforces the need for Carbon Monoxide Detectors in the home. Crews then worked to isolate the heater and then ventilate the residence of the CO that was present. Crews from the TAC and Rescue continued to meter the residence until the meters read 0 and the heater was shut down.

The third call was for a reported trash fire early Saturday morning in the Caln Shire Development, crews made quick work of this incident and cleared a short time later.

 
Units: Rescue 35, Tac 35, Ambulance 144, Traffic 35 and Chief's
 
Mutual Aid: West Caln PD and County Fire Marshal's Office
 
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