Fire / EMS Log for Week of October 14 – 20, 2022

Friday, October 14

  • 10:17 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Washington Street. A Natick resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 2:45 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Marked Tree Road. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 2:53 PM: Spill – Forest Fire 1 responded to a spill on the sidewalk on Washington Street.
  • 4:28 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Andrew Lane. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.

Saturday, October 15

  • 4:48 AM: Motor Vehicle Crash – The ambulance responded to a motor vehicle crash on Concord Street. A Framingham resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 5:58 AM: Medical Alarm – The ambulance responded to a medical alarm on South Street. No EMS was required; the alarm transmission was unintentional.
  • 10:25 AM: Medical – An ambulance with paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Karen Circle. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 3:34 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Mechanic Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 11:30 PM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officer Lieutenant Shawn Connors investigated an alarm activation on Christopher Road.

Sunday, October 16

  • 2:34 AM: Alarm Activation – Weekend Duty Officer Lieutenant Shawn Connors, Ladder 1, and Engines 2 and 4 responded to an alarm activation on Highland Street.
  • 2:56 AM: Alarm Activation – Weekend Duty Officer Lieutenant Shawn Connors, Ladder 1, and Engines 2 and 4 responded to an alarm activation on Boynton Road.
  • 6:15 AM: Investigation – Weekend Duty Officer Lieutenant Shawn Connors investigated alarm trouble on Boynton Road.
  • 12:25 PM Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Marilyn Street. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 2:47 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Karen Circle. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 5:20 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Travis Road. The individual refused transport; a signed waiver was obtained.
  • 11:30 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Summer Street. The individual refused transport; a signed waiver was obtained.

Monday, October 17

  • 7:26 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Summer Street. The individual refused transport; a signed waiver was obtained.
  • 7:49 AM: Medical – An ambulance with paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Pilgrim Road. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 8:05 AM: Investigation – Deputy Jim Moore and Captain John Gagnon investigated smoke in the area of Norfolk Street.
  • 10:57 AM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Summer Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 1:17 PM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Bullard Street. A resident was transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
  • 10:04 PM: Mutual Aid – Engine 3 responded mutual aid to Sherborn for station coverage at their North Main Street station, while crews were operating at a fire on Harrington Ridge Road.

Tuesday, October 18

  • 4:45 AM: Medical – The ambulance, an ambulance from Sherborn Fire, and paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Marked Tree Road. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 7:28 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Norfolk Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 8:31 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Spruce Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 8:57 AM: Medical – The backup ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Spruce Street. The individual refused transport; a signed waiver was obtained.
  • 9:22 AM: Medical – An ambulance with paramedics from Medway Fire responded to a medical emergency on Elm Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 5:53 PM: Investigation – Chief Michael Cassidy, Deputy Mark Dellicker, Ladder 1, and Engines 2 and 3 investigated a hazard on High Street.
  • 9:11 PM: Assistance Call – The ambulance responded to an assistance call on North Mill Street.

Wednesday, October 19

  • 9:53 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on South Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 11:29 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Spruce Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 11:35 AM: Medical – An ambulance with paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on Bridle Path. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.
  • 4:59 PM: Medical – The ambulance and paramedics from Ashland Fire responded to a medical emergency on Dodd Drive. A resident was transported to MetroWest Medical Center.

Thursday, October 20

  • 6:38 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on Karen Circle. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 7:09 AM: Investigation – Chief Michael Cassidy investigated an alarm malfunction on Ashland Street.
  • 7:54 AM: Medical – The ambulance responded to a medical emergency on High Street. A resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.
  • 2:14 PM: Investigation – Chief Michael Cassidy investigated a hazard on Woodland Street.
  • 5:12 PM: Motor Vehicle Crash – The ambulance responded to a motor vehicle crash on Washington Street. The individuals refused transport; two waivers were obtained.

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1 Comment

  1. Liz Theiler on October 26, 2022 at 5:42 pm

    The importance of well equipped and well trained personnel for the ambulance is clearly seen in the 22 calls for Holliston ambulance service in this one week, as well as the NEED TO HAVE TWO EMTs AT THE STATION 24/7. There is no reason to delay this transition!The great need for ALS is seen in the imposition on other community ALS ambulances in 6 cases. There is the additional loss of revenue to the town when it calls other towns.



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