Monday, May 30th

6:47 p.m.: Medical assistance – Judith Circle. Fire EMS and MedStar ALS responded in one person with extreme back pain. Patient was transported to the hospital.

Tuesday May 31st

8:45 a.m. Mutual Aid for Worcester – Crescent Street. The crew on duty responded with the Mobile Vent Unit to assist Worcester Fire in ventilating a large building in the city following an overnight electrical fire.

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Wednesday June 1st

2:50 p.m.: Fire alarm investigation – Tournament route. The crew on duty responded to the apartment on a reported fire alarm activation, with no response to the recall. Prior to arrival we were canceled as a correct code was entered and mistakenly triggered by the homeowner.

3:20 p.m. Medical Emergency – Merrill Road. The staff on duty and MedStar ALS responded to an individual who was unwell and was vomiting at the home. They were transported to the hospital.

Thursday June 2nd

7:30 am Medical Emergency – West Sutton Road. The staff on duty and MedStar ALS responded to the hospital for a person who had chest pain and was not feeling well. MedStar evaluated and transported to the hospital.

3:37 p.m. Medical Emergency – First Street. The crew on duty and MedStar ALS responded to one person who made no sense while speaking and was groggy. MedStar transported to the hospital.

5:16pm: Fire alarm activation – Highland View Drive. Firefighters responded to the apartment building for a reported fire alarm, which sounded with no smoke or fire. Upon investigation, it was found to be caused by leaf blowing in the garage. system reset; understood.

6:32 p.m.: Outdoor smoke survey – Quabbin Path. Firefighters were dispatched to the area to report smoke and ash odors in the air. The crews examined the area of ​​\u200b\u200bthe reservoirs and did not find anything in the area.

8:22 pm Exterior fire investigation – Barnett Road. C-5 called to report that an illegal perimeter fire was found in the area. The homeowner was informed of the open fire regulations and asked to extinguish the fire.

Friday June 3rd

2:47pm Medical Emergency – Whitins Road. The crew on duty and MedStar ALS responded to one person with difficulty breathing. MedStar transported to the hospital.

Saturday June 4th

2:40 a.m.: Mutual Aid for North Smithfield, RI – Pound Hill Road. Firefighters responded with T-2s to the town of North Smithfield to help with a barn fire in their town.

16:34 Mutual Aid for Millbury – Rhodes Street. Firefighters responded to the town of Millbury to help them with a building fire in their town.

11:58 pm Carbon monoxide alarm investigation – West Millbury Road. The fire brigade came because of the reported activation of the CO detector in the apartment. There were slight CO levels in the building but the possible cause was a power outage in the area. The house was vented and the alarm reset.

Sunday June 5th

12:20 am Carbon Monoxide Alarm Investigation – Eight Lots Road. The fire brigade came because of the reported activation of the CO detector in the apartment. After an investigation, it was found that there were no readings in the apartment. The faulty detector was in the basement and may have been caused by the power outage in the area.

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