Estevan Fire Rescue Chief Rick Davies laid out some of the department’s latest calls over the last week.
On November 1 at around 10 AM, EFR was dispatched for an electrical hazard at a building in the Northeast area of the city. Incident command responded and investigated and found no issues. Responding crews returned to service shortly after.
At around 4:40 PM that same day a crew was dispatched for an Elevator Rescue in the Northeast area of the city. Crews responded and safely assisted 1 person from a stuck elevator with no injuries reported.
On November 3 at around 10:30 PM, EFR was dispatched for a single-vehicle rollover, South of Benson on Highway 47. Crews responded to the scene and assisted EMS and RCMP. One person was transported from the scene by EMS.
You can find more info from the RCMP on that rollover and other traffic incidents in our article here.
On November 05, close to 9:00 AM, EFR was dispatched for a residential carbon monoxide alarm in the South end of the city. Crews responded and investigated, finding moderate CO levels in the home. SaskEnergy was called to the scene to further investigate. Crews then vented the home to safe carbon monoxide levels before turning it back over to the homeowner.
Later that day at 11:50 AM, EFR was dispatched for an elevator rescue in the Northeast area of the city. Crews responded and safely assisted 1 person from a stuck elevator with no injuries reported.
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