Friday, May 31
6:54 p.m.: Personnel responded to a gasoline or other flammable liquid spill on Brighton Street. Engine 2 was we were dispatched to a “Level One” hazmat involving gasoline leaking from a vehicle at TNT Auto Repair. The vehicle’s owner pulled into the service station after discovering his car was leaking gasoline while parked outside his nearby home. The service station was closed for business. Waltham Tow was called and removed the vehicle.The general description of this property is an automobile service station. The primary tasks performed at the scene by responding personnel was incident command, investigation and applying absorbent.
Sunday, June 2
4:50 p.m.: Personnel responded to a flammable gas or liquid condition on Trapelo Road. Personnel were dispatched to a flammable gas or liquid condition following a motorcycle accident. Engine 1 applied speedy-dry to a 3 foot by 3 foot area of the street on which some fluids had leaked following a motorcycle accident.
Monday, June 3
2:43 p.m.: Personnel responded to a carbon monoxide detector activation due to malfunction on King Street. Upon arrival, Car 3 assumed command of the incident and companies investigated. Occupants stated that the first floor CO alarm sounded. Each company used their combustible gas indicator and normal readings were indicated in the basement and first floor. The first floor CO alarm was not sounding at the time of the investigation. Smoke and CO alarms in the basement and first floor were in need of replacement. The tennant will contact the property owner to replace the smoke and CO alarms.
6:49 p.m.: Personnel responded to a cooking fire confined to a container on Beech Street. On arrival Car 3 took command with nothing showing. Command talked with a staff member outside the residence. Staff stated they had a smoke condition coming from french fries cooking in the oven but saw no fire extending from oven. Headquarters companies investigated and Station 2 companies were advised to continue in code C. A light smoke condition in kitchen was ventilated and no extension or damage to the stove was found. smoke alarm that was activated was cleared and system reset.
Tuesday, June 4
12:25 p.m.: Personnel responded to a gas leak on Homer Road. Engine 2, Ladder 1, and Car 3 responded to 22 Homer Road for an inside odor of natural gas. Both residents were outside the home when companies arrived on the scene. There was an odor of natural gas when companies entered the home that appeared to be strongest in the kitchen. Companies determined that a burner to the gas stove was in the on position but not lit causing gas to leak from this burner. The burner was placed in the off position and the resident confirmed using that burner recently. Companies check all levels of the home with multiple combustible gas indicators. All readings on the combustible gas indicators were normal. The home was ventilated and the resident was advised to keep windows and doors open for a bit to circulate in some fresh air.
Wednesday, June 5
4:07 p.m.: Personnel responded to a cooking fire confined to a container on Gordon Terrace. Units responded r for a 911 call reporting a request for the fire department for an unknown problem. Upon arrival Car 3 established command and Engine 2 investigated the source of the alarm. It was determined there was no fire in the building and the fire alarm was activated due to unattended cooking.
Thursday, June 6
12:59 a.m.: Personnel responded to a carbon monoxide detector activation due to malfunction on White Street. Car 3 established command and Engine 1 investigated the cause of the CO alarm. No reading were detected on the CGI and the alarm was due to a faulty CO detector.