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Incident # 37 Mick's Boarding Home for a Activated Fire Alarm/Smoke

IncidentsEngine 16-3 responded with a crew of 3. On arrival they found the occupant smoking in bed ignited O2 line. (nasal Canula).
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Incident # 36: Rt. 30 East of Elwood Rd. for a MVA w/Entrapment, and LZ Assignment

IncidentsThe Elwood Fire Company was called to Rt 30 just east of Elwood rd at 5:03am on May 19th for a Motor Vehicle accident (MVA). On arrival Rescue 16-4 used the Jaws of Life to extract the passenger from the vehicle while Engine 16-3 stood by with a hand line charged and provided light to the scene. Tanker 16-5 landed the helicopter in the field near Lawmans Supply.















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Incident #35 - 1608 Elwood Rd for a Brush Fire

IncidentsMay 18th at 12:00pm at 1608 Elwood Rd for a brush fire. E-16-3 responded with a crew of 6 and on location at 12:05pm found a 10X10 foot area on fire. E-16-3 pulled the bumper line and extinguished the fire. All other units were recalled by Chief Tomasco. All units were clear at 12:15pm
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Incident # 34 Darmstadt Ave for a Public Assist

IncidentsThe Elwood Fire Company responded to 601 Darmstadt Ave to provide a generator for a nebulizer due to power outage.
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Incident # 33 Reading Ave for a Public Assist

IncidentsElwood Fire Company responded to 4836 Reading ave for a Public Assist.
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Incident #32 - Wires Arching

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May 11th at 10:51pm at 331 6th ave for wires arching. E-16-3 stood by untill the electric company arrived.
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Incident #31 - Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsThe Elwood Fire Company was called to an activated fire alarm at 3114 Reading ave on May 5th at 3:53pm. On arrival Chief Tomasco recalled all units. False alarm.
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