Fire / EMS Log for Week of September 9 – 15, 2022

Friday, September 9

  • 7:04 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on Prentice Street. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 9:15 PM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officer Captain Keith McKeown and Engine 4 investigated an odor on Summer Street.

Saturday, September 10

  • 1:10 AM: Assistance Call – The ambulance responded to an assistance call on Wilkins Road.
  • 3:23 AM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officer Captain Keith McKeown investigated an alarm activation on Bradford Jay Road.

Sunday, September 11

  • 2:40 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Washington Street. The individual refused transport; a signed waiver was obtained.
  • 2:45 PM: Medical – An ambulance with paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on N Mill Street.
  • 5:14 PM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officer Captain Keith McKeown investigated a cooking fire on Colonial Way.
  • 12:44 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on Washington Street. An individual was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 6:32 PM: Investigation – Chief Michael Cassidy, Weekend Duty Officer Captain Keith McKeown, Ladder 1, and Engines 1 and 3 investigated an alarm activation on October Hill Road.
  • 9:43 PM: Motor Vehicle Crash – Chief Michael Cassidy, Deputy Mark Dellicker, Rescue 1, Engine 3, the ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a rollover crash on Highland Street. Based on the number and extent of injuries, additional ambulances were requested from Medway Fire, Sherborn Fire, and Brewster EMS. Two patients were transported to a landing zone at the Warren Conference Center in Ashland, which had been secured by Ashland Fire; those patients were transported by Boston MedFlight helicopters to UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester. Three patients were also transported by ground to UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester. Eversource Electric and Verizon were notified and responded for a damaged utility pole.
  • 10:31 PM: Motor Vehicle Crash – An ambulance with paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a motor vehicle crash on Washington Street. An individual was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.

Monday, September 12

  • 8:02 AM: Investigation – Chief Michael Cassidy investigated alarm trouble on Garett Way.
  • 8:11 AM: Investigation – Deputy Jim Moore investigated a vehicle leaking fluids on Washington Street.
  • 8:30 AM: Medical – Chief Michael Cassidy, the ambulance, and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on Hollis Street. A Resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 10:15 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Washington Street. An individual was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 10:45 AM: Investigation – Chief Michael Cassidy investigated an alarm activation on Governor Prence Way. The alarm was cancelled prior to arrival.
  • 2:56 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on Jeffrey Avenue. An individual was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 3:05 PM: Medical – An ambulance from Sherborn Fire responded to a medical emergency on Fiske Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 7:14 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Washington Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.

Tuesday, September 13

  • 6:19 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Washington Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 8:35 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Washington Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 9:28 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Woodland Street. An Ashland resident was transported to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Needham.

Wednesday, September 14

  • 1:05 AM: Dumpster Fire – Chief Michael Cassidy, Deputy Mark Dellicker, and Engines 2 and 3 responded to a dumpster fire on Bartzak Drive.
  • 12:17 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Central Street. A Millville resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 11:57 AM: Investigation – Chief Michael Cassidy investigated an alarm malfunction on Washington Street.
  • 6:47 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on High Street. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 6:56 PM: Medical – An ambulance from Sherborn Fire responded to a medical emergency on Taylor Road. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 7:07 PM: Assistance Call – Engine 2 responded to an assistance call on Skyview Terrace.
  • 8:04 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Medway Fire responded to Wilkins Road. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 11:25 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Mill Street. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.

Thursday, September 15

  • 12:32 AM: Medical – An ambulance with paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Summer Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 6:06 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Pleasant Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 2:52 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on Ruth Ellen Road. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.

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1 Comment

  1. Chris Pierce on September 21, 2022 at 8:21 am

    Where to begin! Why are we still sending a single officer to alarm investigations at 3am? The town sponsored study says this is a dangerous practice that places the town at significant liability. Why are not sending a fire engine to every motor vehicle accident? The beat goes on!

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