VISTA, N.Y. – The Vista Fire Department responded to seven calls last week, including several automatic carbon monoxide alarms as well as ambulance requests.
The fire log for the week of Jan. 21-27 follows:
Tuesday, Jan. 22
At 1:27 p.m., the department received a report of a carbon monoxide alarm activation at a residence on Birch Road. The residence was checked with a meter but no evidence of carbon monoxide was found.
Wednesday, Jan. 23
At 4:36 p.m., the department received a report of a carbon monoxide alarm activation at a residence on Beaver Pond Lane. It was determined that the homeowner was testing his alarm system.
Saturday, Jan. 26
The department received a request for the ambulance at a location on Smithridge Road at 10:32 a.m. The patient was transported to Norwalk Hospital with the Westchester paramedic on board.
The department received a request for mutual aid to the South Salem Fire Department for a possible structure fire on Mount Holly Road at 3:48 p.m. The call was canceled before the department arrived.
At 4:14 p.m., the department received a request for the ambulance at a residence on Lorraine Road. The patient was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital with the Westchester paramedic on board.
Sunday, Jan. 27
At 9:17 a.m., the department received a report of a motor vehicle accident on Smithridge Road at the intersection with Oakridge Commons. First responders checked the area, but nothing was found. The call turned out to be in North Salem, and that department was dispatched instead.
At 11:08 p.m., the department received a report of an automatic fire alarm activation at a residence on Glen Drive. First responders arrived to find that a rag that was next to a wood stove had ignited, but was it extinguished by the homeowner prior to the department’s arrival.
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