Lewistown Fire-Rescue

Lewistown Fire Rescue was dispatched to the following calls:

 

Oct. 22

• Medical Call, 0818 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a suicidal individual. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 0947 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an individual possibly having a stroke. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 1008 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an individual experiencing chest pain. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Fire Call, 1551 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of power lines down. Firefighters responded with one apparatus and one personnel. The scene was turned over to Northwestern Energy upon their arrival.

 

Oct. 23

• Fire Call, 0922 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an odor of natural gas. Firefighters responded with one apparatus and two personnel.

• Fire Call, 1124 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a flow alarm activation. Firefighters responded with two apparatus and five personnel. 

• Medical Call, 1541 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a lift assist. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 1936 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a life alert activation. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 2034 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an individual with a possibly broken hip. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

 

Oct. 24

• Fire Call, 0815 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a possible gas leak. Firefighters responded with one apparatus and three personnel. The scene was turned over to Northwestern Energy upon their arrival

• Fire Call, 0847 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a fire pull station activated Firefighters responded with one apparatus and two personnel. 

• Haz-Mat Call, 2117 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a diesel spill. Firefighters responded with four apparatus and fourteen personnel.

 

Oct. 25

• Medical Call, 0744 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an individual needing a lift assist. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 0911 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an individual needing a lift assist. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

 

Oct. 26

• Medical Call, 0830 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an individual choking. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Vehicle Accident, 0851 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of single vehicle roll over. Firefighters responded with two apparatus and five personnel. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 1142 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an unknown medical. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Fire Call, 1357 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a smoke smell. Firefighters responded with one apparatus and three personnel.

 

Oct. 27

• Medical Call, 2122 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an individual who has fallen and hit their head. Firefighters were cancelled en route.

 

Oct. 28

• Medical Call, 0702 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a life alert activation. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Fire Call, 1803 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an odor of smoke. Firefighter responded with one apparatus and two personnel. 

• Fire Call, 1909 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an unattended fire. Firefighters responded with one apparatus and two personnel. 

• Medical Call 2042 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an individual who was bleeding uncontrollably from their leg. Firefighter/AEMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to CMMC ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

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