Clallam County Fire Protection District 1 – April Fire Calls

  • Tue May 30th, 2017 11:39am
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04/02/2017 — At 1735 hours, Engine 95 was dispatched to a motor vehicle rollover accident located on Hwy 101 MP 215. As responding units were responding, dispatch advised that all occupants were out of the vehicle and it was a non-injury accident. Fire units continued and arrived on scene at 1752 hours. Once our assistance was not needed all unit cleared. 1 — Forks Station

04/05/2017 — Engine 95 was dispatched to Hwy 101 MP 219 for a dog with his jaw stuck in a wheel. Deputy Chief Wes Romberg was close to the area and responded. When he arrived the dog self-extricated from the rim and no assistance was needed. 2 — Beaver Station

04/10/2017 — Engine 91 was dispatched to 171 N. Forks Ave. (Mobile) for an approximate 10-gallon fuel spill. The fuel was contained and cleaned up using the appropriate fuel absorbent. No fuel entered the city storm drain due to fire personnel blocking the drain. All appropriate notification were made. 1 — Forks Station

04/11/2017 — 30 ST. FRANCIS CIR — Controlled recreational fire. 1 — Forks Station

04/13/2017 — HWY 101 MP 205 HWY — Engine 95 was dispatched for a vehicle vs. power pole; the reporting party stating that the driver was deceased. Dispatch updated that the driver of the vehicle is not breathing and the vehicle may be catching fire. The victim was not wearing a seatbelt and the vehicle didn’t have airbags. 2 — Beaver Station

04/14/2017 — 195300 Highway 101 HWY — Engine 91 arrived and contacted PUD to ensure that the power was off and the scene was safe. E91 pulled a 1 3/4” attack line and an ABC extinguisher off of the truck. E91 inspected the surrounding area for other potential victims, none were found. The vehicle was inspected for any hazards, none were found. Traffic control was established until PUD arrived to relieve fire from their traffic duties. E-91 became clear and available. 1 — Forks Station

04/14/2017 — 1000 CALAWAH WAY — Vehicle hit a utility pole. Local law enforcement on scene upon arrival, the vehicle was partially blocking traffic. The driver had hit his head on the windshield when the vehicle hit the pole, and it was determined that he needed to be transported to Forks hospital by Aid 91. He was combative and was not able to cooperate. Three fire firefighters assisted in the incident with no injuries to firefighters or driver. Traffic control was maintained until the vehicle was removed and it was safe to open the road to normal traffic. 1 — Forks Station

04/19/2017 — 2091 CALAWAH WAY — At 1331 hours, Engine 91 was dispatched to 2091 Calawah Way for a possible structure fire. Upon arrival, there was heavy black smoke coming from the garage and flames visible on the side for the structure. When Engine 91 arrived, Firefighters conducted an offensive (interior) attack and knocked the fire down quickly. There was fire damage to the garage and the north bedroom. 1 — Forks Station

04/20/2017 — 551 S FORKS AVE — Assisted Forks Ambulance at the City of Forks Transit Center. 1 — Forks Station

04/22/2017 — 91 MAPLE AVE — U91 was dispatched to Maple Avenue and E. Division Street for a possible power line down in the roadway. Responding fire personnel arrived and blocked all traffic. Once the line was determined that it was not a power line and was a communications (phone line) the line was removed from the roadway and the road was reopened. 1 — Forks Station

04/25/2017 — 257 MERCHANTS ROAD — E91 was dispatched to 257 Merchants Road for an elk stuck in a fence. When U91 arrived, members of the fire department cut the fence and freed the elk. 1 — Forks Station

04/30/2017 — 870 S FORKS AVE — Engine 91 was dispatched to a two-car vehicle accident at 870 S. Forks Ave. When 901 arrived, there was a white Toyota Tacoma off the roadway and a gray Hyundai Accent in the parking lot of Pacific Pizza. The Toyota sustained moderate front end damage. The Accent sustained major rear-end damage and moderate front end damage. It was later determined that a third vehicle was involved that was a Ford Explorer pickup. The gray Ford Explorer sustained minor damage to the left rear bumper. 1 — Forks Station