Fire / EMS Log for Week of September 16 – 22, 2022

Friday, September 16

  • 10:39 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Central Street. The individual refused transport; a signed waiver was obtained.

Saturday, September 17

  • 8:47 AM: Medical – Weekend Duty Officers Captain Richard Rossini, Lieutenant Rich Coughlin, Rescue 1, Engine 4 and an ambulance with paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Summer Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 9:33 AM: Medical – Weekend Duty Officer Lieutenant Rich Coughlin and the ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Marshall Street. An individual was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 11:27 AM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officers Captain Richard Rossini and Lieutenant Rich Coughlin investigated an alarm trouble on Hollis Street.
  • 1:28 PM: Motor Vehicle Crash – Weekend Duty Officers Captain Richard Rossini and Lieutenant Rich Coughlin, Engines 1 and 3, and the ambulance responded to a motor vehicle crash on Concord Street. An individual was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 2:52 PM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officers Captain Richard Rossini and Lieutenant Rich Coughlin investigated an alarm malfunction on School Street.
  • 3:24 PM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officers Captain Richard Rossini and Lieutenant Rich Coughlin investigated an alarm activation on Washington Street.
  • 6:47 PM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officers Captain Richard Rossini and Lieutenant Rich Coughlin investigated an alarm activation on Brooksmont Drive.
  • 8:10 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Winthrop Street. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.

Sunday, September 18

  • 5:31 AM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officers Captain Richard Rossini and Lieutenant Rich Coughlin investigated an alarm activation on Bradford Jay Road.
  • 5:50 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Winter Street. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 1:40 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Norfolk Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.

Monday, September 19

  • 4:06 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Brooksmont Drive. A resident was transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
  • 6:26 PM: Investigation – Captain Alan Greendale investigated an odor on School Street.

Tuesday, September 20

  • 3:45 PM: Motor Vehicle Crash – The ambulance responded to a motor vehicle crash on Winter Street. The individual refused transport; a signed waiver was obtained.
  • 6:33 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Ruth Ellen Road. The individual refused transport; a signed waiver was obtained.
  • 10:19 PM: Investigation – Chief Michael Cassidy investigated an alarm malfunction on Hemlock Drive.

Wednesday, September 21

  • 1:35 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on Andrew Lane. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 3:20 PM: Motorcycle Crash – The ambulance and paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a motorcycle crash on Washington Street. An individual was transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester.
  • 6:51 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Railroad Street. An individual was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.

Thursday, September 22

  • 6:58 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Pinecrest Road. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 9:53 AM: Medical – Captain John Gagnon, Captain Brian Grace, and the ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Highland Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 4:02 PM: Investigation – Deputy Jim Moore investigated an alarm malfunction on Johnson Drive.

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1 Comment

  1. Liz Theilet on September 27, 2022 at 5:23 pm

    Holliston ambulance service has the distinction of being the only registered license service in Mass to have a PROVISIONAL License! This is for 6/30/22 to 12/31/22!
    “A provisional licensure is distinct from a standard ambulance service license. The Department of Public Health inspects the ambulance service during its six month provisional licensure period, to provide more insight support and monitor compliance with all regulatory standards as well as ITS APPROVED PLAN OF CORRECTION.”
    Let’s hope the plan of correction is published so the residents of Holliston can see it!



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