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The Eloy Fire District responded to the following calls for the week ending June 21. The Eloy Fire District also responded to 3 calls from an outside agency for assistance and 5 false alarms.

June 15

At 11:59 am in the area of Washington and 12th St. ENG521 and BC521 were dispatched for a tarp in a powerline. ENG 521 arrived on-scene to find a tarp trapped in the Powerlines. No sparking or flames were visible. BC521 arrived on-scene and awaited APS arrival to remove the tarp. Crews remained on-scene to protect the area for safety precautions.

June 16

At 6:51 pm in the 10 Block of N. Santa Cruz Ave. Engine 521 and Battalion 521 were dispatched for a leaking Propane tank. On Arrival BC521 assumed command assigning EN521 crew as recon. EN521 advised they found a 20lb grill propane tank venting off. No other hazards. EN521 crew was able to secure the leaking tank eliminating the hazard in the area. Crews Cleared and went available.

June 18

At 3:56 pm in the area of N. Sunshine Blvd and Windsor rd. Tender 521 was dispatched Mutual-aid with Coolidge Fire for a Brush Fire. Tender 521 arrived on-scene and was assigned by Coolidge Command fire attack on the east end of the fire. Tender 521 worked on getting fire control and stopped to spread of the fire on their assigned end. Tender 521 refilled and returned to the scene to assist with addition mop up operations and confirm the fire was complete extinguished. Tender 521 was released and returned to quarters.

June 21

At 2:30 pm in the 700 Block of N. Main St. Engine 521, BC521, EN522 and Medic 521 were dispatched for a Commercial structure fire. BC 521 on-scene Reported smoke visible from that location and assumed command. EN521 arrived on-scene and was assigned Interior. EN521 crew pulled a 1 ┬ż attack line into the structure and radioed a Primary all-clear of occupants out of the building. The fire was located and extinguished by the Interior crew. EN522 arrived on-scene and was assigned Roof sector. EN522 crew made their way to the roof to check for fire extension in the primary occupancy as well as adjoining occupancies and check for ventilation options. As no extension was found and the fire was isolated to one area, Horizontal ventilation was only necessary. Crews were able to get the smoke out of the building and loss stop was completed without incident. Command was terminated and crews cleared for quarters.

The Eloy Fire District responded to the following EMS calls for the week ending June 21:

Station one responded to 33 Medical related calls and 3 Motor Vehicle Accidents.

Station two responded to 13 Medical related calls and 1 Motor Vehicle Accident.

There were 5 reported public assistance service calls responded to.


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