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Incident Reports | 2024

January 2024 

January 3, morning -- Incident #1 -- medical call in Filing 13 -- CLVFD emergency medical responders provided patient assessment and care while firefighters set up a landing zone  for the Lifeline helicopter and Special Duty Responders led in the Red Feather Lakes and UC Health ambulances and set up traffic control around the landing zone. 

January 5, afternoon -- Incident #2 -- medical call in Filing 13 -- CLVFD emergency medical responders provided patient assessment and care while firefighters stood by in case a landing zone would be needed for the Lifeline helicopter and Special Duty Responders staged to lead in responding ambulances. Ultimately, the patient decided to go to the hospital via personal vehicle and all responders stood down. 

 January 6, evening -- Incident #3 -- fire call in Filing 13 -- CLVFD firefighters responded to the report of a structure fire in Filing 13. By the time of their arrival, the property owner had managed to put the flames out with a fire extinguisher but the fire had burned into a floor space. Firefighters used a thermal imaging camera to check all surrounding areas to verify that the fire was not still smoldering inside the walls or floor.

 January 7, morning -- Incident #4 -- medical call at Beaver Meadows -- CLVFD emergency medical responders provided patient assessment and care while firefighters stood by in case a landing zone would be needed for the Lifeline helicopter and Special Duty Responders led in the Red Feather Lakes and UC Health ambulances. 

January 19, evening -- Incident #5 -- medical call at Beaver Meadows -- CLVFD emergency medical responders provided patient assessment and care while firefighters stood by in case a landing zone would be needed for the Lifeline helicopter and Special Duty Responders stood by to lead in ambulances. The patient decided to transport themselves down to the hospital and all responders stood down. 

January 28, morning -- Incident #6 -- carbon monoxide alarm in Filing 7 -- CLVFD firefighters responded to a house with carbon monoxide alarms going off, bringing the department's carbon monoxide detectors to check whether the alarm was correct. 

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