Fire Department Incident Reports June 28, 2013

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Friday, June 21

At 2:29 pm on Friday, June 21, fire personnel were dispatched to an aircraft standby at 3652 County Road GG.2 in Lamar.  The Fire Department was called by DIA for an emergency landing of an airplane at the Lamar Airport.  Upon arrival at the scene, the plane had landed safely.  It was found that the pilot had become very ill after extreme turbulence over Texas.  The pilot was unsure he would be able to land the plane safely and so called an emergency.

Monday, June 24

At 1:48 pm on Monday, June 24, fire personnel were dispatched for an extrication/rescue due to a two vehicle accident at the 25000 US Highway 50, the Granada city limits.  Fire personnel were stood down en route and no action was taken.

At 6:08 pm on Monday, June 24, fire personnel were dispatched to a fire alarm activation at 206 E. Cedar Street in Lamar.  Upon arrival, fire personnel found no fire showing and through further investigation found the occupant in the kitchen with smoke coming from the pan on the stove.  Occupant stated that she had burnt dinner and was sorry for the alarm going off.  Fire personnel opened windows and turned on a fan to remove the smoke from the home.

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