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This page lists the 2018 alarm breakdown by category for each month, year and municipality.
Below that are the alarms that have expired from the "Last 10 Alarms" page.


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2020 Alarm Breakdown By Month & Category

Category

Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Totals Clayton
Township
Swartz
Creek
1. Structure Fires (in our fire district); + those dispatched as structures, but determined to be something else. 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 12 6 7
2. AMA's given to the Flushing Fire Dept (started 5/10/99) 4 0 0 1 0 7 1 7 0 1 3 2 26 NA NA
3. AMA's given to Gaines Township Fire Dept (started 11/13/99) 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 NA NA
4. AMA's given to Venice Township Fire Dept (started 03/11/02) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 NA NA
5. Mutual Aid responses not involving AMA 1 2 0 1 1 1 8 2 1 2 2 23 NA NA
6. Vehicle fires & those out on arrival 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 5 3 2
7. Vehicle fires (false; steam/unfounded) 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 3 4
8. Misc. minor fires 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0
9. Grass and/or brush fires 0 0 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 6 1
10. Open burns (permit/authorized & unauthorized/unattended) 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 2 4 2 1 15 12 3
11. Smoke investigations/smoke scares 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 6 2 4
12. Fire alarms (false, unfounded or burnt food) 0 1 3 3 2 2 2 7 2 6 3 0 31 19 12
13. Vehicle extrications & entrapments 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 5 3 2
14. Electrical problems, no fire 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
15. Spillage of vehicle fluids 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1
16. Lines down and/or arcing (power and/or phone) 1 0 2 0 1 3 1 1 0 3 2 16 7 9
17. Assist ambulance with lifting, public assist & etc. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 3 1
18. Misc. non fires (CO, gas odor, unfounded, etc. or situations that don't catalog above) 4 2 1 1 1 5 2 3 1 3 5 2 30 13 17
19. Weather watches 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 NA NA
Totals 16 10 14 10 12 28 18 25 11 22 23 10 199 79 64

Alarms that have expired from the Last 10 Alarms Page.
 
January
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7 1/8 0944 WB I 69/EO Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for a report of a Semi on fire. C2 responded. On arrival, the Semi had its hood up with a lot of white steam mistaken as smoke coming from the engine area. The driver advised he threw a belt and had help on the way. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 3 B
2 2 1/9 1212 400 block of Deland St, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing for a residential structure fire. FLF C1 arrived to find a working fire. SCAFD E22 & E12 responded and assisted with suppression, overhaul and water supply. Batt Chief Brednt Cole (R) 6 3 B
3 7 1/10 1433 WB I 69 EO of the Rest Area, Clayton Twp. Responded for a report of a Semi on fire. C1 & E11 responded. Investigation found no fire, the semi brakes were smoking and driver had help on the way. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 5 3 B
4 16 1/11 0952 1,000 block of S/ Van Vleet, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to a report of a grass fire caused by down power wires. E21 and C2 responded. Grass fire was out on arrival, no arching or sparking was coming from the lines that were down in the backyard. Consumers was notified and SCAFD units cleared. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 12 6 2
5 18 1/13 0418 7,000 block of Springbrook Ct, Swartz Creek Responded for a report a CO alarm activation. C2 & E12 responded. Investigation found that the detector had reached it end of service. Co levels were checked in the home and levels were found to be acceptable. The occupant was advised to replace her CO alarm. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 1 3 1
6 1 1/13 1719 2,000 block of Rosewood Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched along with our AMA from Gaines and Flushing for a residential structure fire. C2, C1, E12, E21, E22, E11 responded. Flushing C1 arrived to find a working fire. Investigation found heavy black smoke. E12 arrived and stretched a1 through the garage and extinguished the fire with minimal water. Flushing crew assisted with ventilation. E-21 prepped the hydrant in the cul-de-sac. Further investigation found the homeowner had a bag of popcorn in the microwave when the fire occurred. Fire appears to have stated inside the microwave, then spread to the cabinets above it. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 11 7 B
7 5 1/13 1755 3,000 block of Flushing Rd, Flint Twp. While on incident #6, Flint Twp Fire requested Flushing and Swartz Creek for mutual aid on a 2nd box alarm on a commercial structure fire. E21 and Flushing crew cleared incident #6 and responded. E21 stood by at Flint Twp station 1 to cover alarms in their district. While on standby, E21 was requested to the scene to assist in investigating another fire call. The TI was used to determine there was no fire and only a malfunctioning washing machine. E21 crew returned to Flint Twp Sta.1 until cleared by Flint Twp IC Capt. Tim McKnight (R) 13 7 B
8 3 1/16 0333 100 W Walker St, Gaines Village Dispatched AMA to Gaines Twp for a residential structure fire. E12 & T23 responded and were canceled when it was determined to be a large open burn. Lieut. Walt Melen 2 5 B
9 13 1/17 0923 W. Bristol Rd /Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for an entrapment at Miller & Bristol. E11, E21 and S16 responded. Crews removed the driver side back door, B post, and rolled the driver side from door away enough for EMS crews to work and remove and transport the patient. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 6 2 B
10 8 1/17 1423 9,000 block of Miller Rd, Clayton Twp. While driving on Miller Rd, C1 observed a BBQ grill pit on fire with a vinyl canopy over the pit also on fire. C1 requested dispatch. E11 responded as well as Swartz EMS to evaluate an employee. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 3 5 1
11 18 1/21 0721 7,000 block of Calkins Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded for a report a Fire Alarm/CO combo activation. C2 & E21 responded. Investigation found that the detector was sounding for smoke and no smoke was found. The occupant was advised to replace the unit due to malfunction. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 3 4 2
12 18 1/23 1107 8,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to  a report a CO alarm activation. E21 responded. Investigation found that the detector had reached it end of service. Co levels were checked in the home and levels were found to be acceptable. The occupant was advised to replace her CO alarm. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 4 3 2
13 2 1/28 1754 200 block of E. Henry St, Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing for a dryer on fire. E22 responded.  Flushing crews exstinguished the fire on their arrival and canceled all AMA. Capt. Tim McKnight (R) 7 3 B
14 2 1/29 1352 8,000 block fo Brook Dr, Flushing Dispatched AMA to with Flushing for a residenatial structure fire, T23 and E12 responded. On arrival T23 supplied Flushings lead engine with water. E12s crew assisted with extiguishing the fire and also helped with the overhaul. Lieut. Scott Martin (R) 4 3 B
15 2 1/30 0649 11,000 block of Carpenter Rd, Flushing Responded AMA with Flushing Fire for a possible Structure fire. Caller reported smoke and flames coming from the chimney. While enroute Flushing Fire canceled all AMA investigation found a wood burning stove. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick 5 1 B
16 18 1/31 1737 8,000 block of Miller Rd,  Swartz Creek Dispatched for a odor investigation at a commerical building. C2 & C1 responded. Investigation found no odor of natual gas or indication of an gas leak.  Further investigation found that the owner had just turned on the furnace after it being off for a extended period. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 10 4 1
February
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17 5 2/5 1100 6,000 block of Reid Rd, Mundy Twp Responded to assist Mundy Fire Department with a tanker and manpower at a barn fire. E12 & T23 responded.  T-23 provided water supply and E12s crew assisted with extinguishment and overhaul. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 6 2 B
18 7 2/6 0853 WB I 69 WO of S. Seymour Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to the area of I-69 near Seymour Rd for a vehicle fire. E11 responded with 6. Investigation found a vehicle that wad overheating. E11's crew followed vehicle to M13 exit where she pulled in to store parking lot and waited for help. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 8 2 1
19 14 2/8 0620 4,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for an electrical problem in the parking lot of a commercial business. C2 responded. Investigation found an underground box that was exposed and that was full of boiling water from what appeared to be a short circuit underground that was heating the water. Store manager contact their electrician for evaluation and placed barriers around it to keep anyone away until the source was determined. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 11 3 1
20 12 2/12 1305 1 Dragon Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm. Resource officers on scene advised of the cancel. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (R) 6 2 B
21 6 2/16 1907 EB I 69 @ Rest Area, Clayton Twp. Responded for a vehicle fire at the rest area. C2 & E11 responded. Arrival found passenger car on fire in the truck parking lot with no exposures. E11 stretched a 1 3/4 line to extinguish the fire. The fire appeared to have originated in the engine compartment and extended into the dashboard. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 9 4 1
22 5 2/21 1804 9,00 block of Circle Lake Dr. Mundy Twp. Dispatched on a box alarm to assist Mundy Twp on a residential structure fire with tanker and manpower. C1, E11, T23, T24 responded. SCAFD crews assisted with fire suppression. E11 established water supply with a port-a-tanks and tankers provided water until fire was brought under control. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole 11 7 B
23 1 2/22 0506 5,000 block of S. Seymour Rd, Swatz Creek Responded for a residential structure fire. C2, E12 & E21 responded with AMA from FLF & GAF f. Investigation found the odor of burnt wood or paper in the lower level. The police officers reported seeing a light haze of smoke, but I saw nothing. All rooms in the home were checked for signs of fire multiple times. but we were not able to locate anything. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 5 5 B
24 18 2/22 1831 9,000 block of Potter Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to the area for the strong smell of natural gas in the area. E21 responded. Gas line break appeared to be coming from the ground in the front yard. Area was taped off and Consumers and the homeowner were notified. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 6 3 2
25 18 2/24 0845 7,000 block of Granda Dr, Clayton Twp. Responded for a stove fire that was contained to the stove. C2 & E12 responded. Investigation revealed burned bacon in the oven and the display showing and error code of F10, but no fire. Situation was referred to maintenance. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 3 2 B
26 1 2/25 1126 4,000 block of Kroger Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial structure fire. E12 & e21 responded along with along with our AMA from FLF & GAF. Investigation found the odor of electrical smoke and see a slight haze. All rooms in the facility were checked for signs of fire but we were not able to locate anything.  The facility was advised to have a HVAC technician inspect the system. Lieut. Walt Melen (C,R) 8 2 B
March
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27 9 3/1 1935 1,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded for a large grass fire near the Cole Creek drain. C2, G17 & G27 responded. Investigation found a large open burn about 20 feet off the road. This fire was about 10 ft in diameter with 6-8-foot flames, and a strong wind blowing form south to north. The trees were burning about 10 feet above the fire. Homeowner was advised fire should have been out by dark and always must be attended. Due to the trees were on fire, it was not considered a controlled burn, G27 extinguished the fire. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (R)
Lieut. Greg Warning (R)
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28 18 3/7 0339 5,000 block of McLain St, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a CO alarm.  C2 & E12 responded. Crews found the home checked for CO (0ppm) The detector was found to be 9 years old and the audible alarm code was indicating end of service. The occupant was advised the replace the unit. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 6 4 1
29 9 3/9 1623 2,000 block of Lost Creek Dr, Clayton Twp. Responded for a grass fire. C2, G17, G27 responded. Investigation found an area about 100 X 100 on fire in a field behind the caller's address. G27 stretched 400 ft. of forestry hose to extinguish the fire, while G17 provided personnel to assist with extinguishment. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 5 2
30 12 3/9 2039 3,000 block of Elk Creek Dr, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to smoke alarm in Cole Creek. E12 responded. Investigation found activation was due to burnt food on stove. Lieut. Walt Melen (C,R) 8 4 B
31 7 3/10 2250 1,000 block of N. Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded to a vehicle fire. E21, E11 and S16 responded. Investigation found no fire and was only an 1 car accident, incident was turned over to Clayton Twp. PD Capt. Tim McKnight, (C,R) 8 5 2
32 9 3/12 1347 7,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a house full of natural gas. C2 and E12 responded. Investigation found all the windows and doors were open. The occupants stated that they were gone for 4 days and returned to find a gas burner partially on and strong odor of natural gas in their home.  Home was found clear after investigation. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 5 3 1
33 16 3/13 1106 5,000 block of Daval Dr, Swartz Creek Responded to wires arcing. C2 & E11 responded. Investigation found a secondary pole to pole lines that were tangled up in the trees in the back yard. There was no arcing or sparking while units were on scene and power was still on in the area. CE on-line requested for was submitted. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 5 2 1
34 1 3/13 1456 4,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial structure fire. C2, E12 & E21  responded. Investigation found a white fog or vapor trapped in the cabinet. It was determined a crew was checking the sewer lines for leaks. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 3 B
35 3 3/16 0726 10,000 block of W. Baldwin Rd, Gaines Twp. Responded AMA to GTFD for a structure fire. All SCAFD Units were cancelled before arrival due to steam coming from dry vent. All units returned to their stations without incident. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (R) 3 3 B
36 9 3/17 1755 8,000 block of Calkins Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a grass fire. C2, G27, G17, T23 and E11 responded. Investigation found the caller started a brush fire and it got out of control and was going towards the neighbor's property. Crews used 500 ft of 1-inch hose, along with an Indian tank and a broom to mop up hotspots.  Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 4 B
37 3 3/18 0646 8,000 block of Nichols Rd, Gaines Twp Responded AMA to Gaines for a residential structure fire. E12, S16, T23 responded. Crews assisted with opened walls and ceiling for overhaul and to check for extension, provided water and filled SCBA tanks. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (R) 5 3 B
38 12 3/22 0550 4,000 block of Kroger Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm/ C2, E12, E21 and C1 responded. Investigation found the audible and visual alarms going off inside and out on arrival. Further, the air compressor in the south mechanical room hot to the touch and air or water moving through the plumbing on riser and the pipes that was cold to the touch. Facility maintenance arrived and believes there is a problem with an air switch on the dry side of the system and advised he would call the suppression system company to repair the system. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 6 4 B
39 12 3/25 1648 3,000 block of Pine Run Dr, Clayton Twp. Responded to an automatic fire alarm. While responding we received information that the alarm company was trying to cancel. C2 responded non-emergency to verify the situation and spoke with the occupant who stated she burned some food on the stove. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 6 B
40 16 3/29 1308 8,000 block of Cappy Ln, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a report of arching wires. E12 responded. Investigation found when the wind blew it caused the branches to rub on the wires causing sparking every 5-10 minutes. Situation was turned over to Consumers was notified.  Homeowners were advised to stay away from the area and call back if the wires were to fall or catch the tree on fire. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 10 4 1
April
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41 10 4/3 2253 9,000 block of Cedar Creek Ct, Clayton Twp. Responded for a report of a large bonfire and loud music with PD. G17 responded. Investigation found a enjoying the night  around a firepit in their front yard. The firepit was of the raised and covered version allowed within the municipality, no violation was found. Lieut. Walt Melen (C,R) 9 2 1
42 9 4/8 1551 8,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a grass fire. G27,G17,S16 & E21 responded. Ivestigation found 1 to 2 acres burning. G-27 stretched booster 150 ft into the field, then added 200 ft of hose to complete extinguishment, using around 100 gallons of water. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 10 2 B
43 5 4/9 0122 3,000 block of Ridgecliffe Dr, Flint Twp Responded to backfill Flint Twp fire deparmtent while they were on the scene of a commerical structure fire. E21 responded. Lieut. Greg Warning (R) 5 5 B
44 15 4/15 1741 7,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a fuel spill. E11, C2, & C1 responded. The responsible owner had left the scene. Absorbant pads provided by the busness and absorbant were used to clean up the spill and the business tool responsiblity of the cleanup materials. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 6 1
45 12 4/19 1927 3,000 block of Heritage Blvd., Swartz Creek Responded for an automatic fire alarm. While responding we recieved the request to cancel from the alarm company. C2 continued and I spoke with the occupatns who stated they burned some food on the stove. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 13 4 B
46 9 4/20 1713 12,000 block of Old Miller Rd, Clayton Twp Dispaatched for a grass fire. G17 & G27 responded. Investigation found a 300x300 area burning, E11, T23, E22 and MA fro Venice was requested. Further investigation found an illiegal burn of non approved materials in a burn pit. Homeowner advised hewalked away from the the pit thinking it was out, an hour later saw the field on fire and called 911. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 8 6 B
47 2 4/20 2333 200 block of Oakwood Dr, Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing for a residential structure fire. E22 responded. SCAFD cleared when released by Flushing IC. Capt. Tim McKnight (R) 8 3 B
48 12 4/23 1101 1,000 block of S. Van Vleet Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to a residential fire alarm. C1 responded, shortly after dispatch, 911 advised it was a false trip. c1 continued to verify. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 8 2 B
49 18 4/26 0713 8,000 block of Potter Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded for a report of a CO activation with no response from the residents. C1 & E21 reponded. On scene family was in their car. Homeowner advised recent instrumentation of a dryer and thermostat issues with the furnace. E21 on location investigated and found no CO levels. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 11 4 2
50 12 4/27 1654 3,000 blockof Elk Creek Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for an automatic fire alarm. While responding we recieved the request to cancel from the alarm company. C2 continued and I spoke with the occupatns who stated they burned some food on the stove. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 6 B
May
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51 10 5/2 1957 2,000 block of N. Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp Responded for an open burn complaint. G17 G27 responded. Investigation found a large open burn was found in an open field with large branches and brush being burned. Owner was advised to call in burn permit in the future, but since there were no violations, was allowde to continue to burn. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 11 3 2
52 3 5/5 1907 100 block of N. Mcconnell , Gaines Twp Dispatched AMA to Gaines Twp on a residential structure fire. C1 responded, original dispatch did not include AMA. While SCAFD was responding, AMA was canceled. Chief Dave Plumb (R) 9 7 B
53 1 5/7 0857 5,000 block of Greanleaf Dr, Swartz Creek Responded with AMA from Flushing and Gaines for a residential structure fire. C2, E12 and E21 responded. Update advised the front porch on fire and that a good Samaritans were trying to put the fire out with extinguishers and a garden hose. On arrival C2 found  light smoke showing from the attached deck on the front of the house, it appeared that most of the open flame was extinguished. E12's crews overhauled the deck to ensure complete extinguishment. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 11 4 B
54 6 5/7 2101 6,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a vehicle fire at a 3 car accident. C2, C1, E11, E21 & E12 responded. Swartz, Metro PD, and GCSD were on scene prior to our arrival. Arrival on scene found one vehicle fully involved. All occupants were out of all of the vehicles. E11 crew extinguished the fire while E-12 performed traffic safety. E-21 was cancelled. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 12 6 1
55 3 5/9 0236 8,000 block of Nichols Rd, Gaines Twp Responded AMA with Gaines for a residential structure fire. C1, E12, T23 responded. While en route AMA was canceled, large open burn was found. Chief Dave Plumb (R) 6 6 B
56 10 5/16 2302 9000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched along with our AMA for a structure fire. Police officers in the area found a small recreational fire behind the house. The fire was attended, manageable, and water was present. All responding agencies and departments were cancelled. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 9 7 B
57 18 5/21 1605 12,000 block of Lennon Rd, Clayton Twp Responded to a natural gas leak. C2, E12 and E21 responded. Investigation found a small excavator in the driveway with natural gas blowing from the hole. The property owner was digging in a attempt to clear a plugged culvert under the driveway. Consumers was contacted and units stayed on scene until their arrival. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 4 1
58 12 5/22 2338 7,000 block of Wade St, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a fire alarm with multiple trips. C2, E12 and E21 responded. Investigation of the exterior found nothing, but the audible alarm could be heard inside the building. The keyholder arrived and after investigation inside the building there was no sign of smoke or fire. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 4 B
59 12 5/28 1959 2,000 block of Caranome. Clayton Twp Responded for a residential fire alarm. C2, E21 & E12 responded. Investigation found nothing showing from the exterior. Contacted was made with the homeowner who stated she burned some food on the stove. All units were canceled. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 6 3 B
60 5 5/26 1520 6,000 block of Hill Rd, Mundy Twp. Dispatched to assist Mundy Twp on a residential structure fire. E12, T23 and C1 responded. E12's crew assisted with extinguishment and extensive overhaul. T23 provided water in a tanker shuttle. Chief Dave Plumb (R) 10 4 B
61 16 5/29 1035 4,000 block of S. Seymour Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for wires arcing across from the church on Seymour Rd. T The caller reports hearing and seeing arcing and sparking from the top crossmember. E11 responded and after observing for a few minutes found nothing. Information was turned over to CE. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 2 1
62 11 5/30 1244 7,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a report a smoke in the area, C1, C2 & E21 responded. Investigation found the smoke to be coming from asphalt being laid in the area. All units were canceled. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 11 4 B
June
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63 11 6/2 2252 4,000 Raubenger Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for a smoke investigation. E12 & E21 responded. Investigation found  grill on the lower level smoking. All units cleared. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 10 4 B
64 19 6/3 0158 Swartz Creek/Clayton Twp Dispatched to multiple alarms in Clayton Twp and Swartz Creek after a brief wind storm, Lieut. Walt Melen (C,R) 11 3 B
65 18 6/3 0732 Hill Rd/S Seymour Rd, Swartz Creek Responded to the area for the odor of natural gas near the church.C2 & E12 responded. Investigation was not able to locate a strong gas odor. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 3 4 1
66 18 6/3 1059 9,000 block of S. Seymor Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for an odor of natural gas. E12 & C2 responded. A better location was given than before and the incident was found a 1/2 mile away from the original location. Investigation revealed that lightening hit a tree in the front yard and there was an odor of gas coming up from the hole in the ground. The tree had considerable damage and the earthen around the tree had a large hole in it. The homes in the area were checked and the meters looked intact, there were no signs of blowing or hissing, nor was there a rush of gas going through the meter that may have indicated a problem inside the homes. The matter was refered to CE. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 3 3 1
67 18 6/4 1501 5,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for a CO alarm with the occupants waiting outside. C2 & E12 responded. Investigation found the CO unithad a manufactured date of 2006. Occupants were advised to replace the unit. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 5 4 1
68 12 6/4 1503 7,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a residential fire alarm. E21, C2 and E12 responded.Investigation found no signs of smoke of fire. The TI was used to verify. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 5 4 B
69 18 6/4 2010 4,000 block of Scafer Dr, Swartz Creek Responded for an odor of gas in the apartment hallway. C2 & E12 responded. Investigation revealed an odor but it was not natural gas. E-12 used the gas detector and all readings were within normal limits.Occupants were advised if the odor returns to contact building maintenance to investigate further. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 10 4 1
70 5 6/10 0028 8,000 block of E Cronk Rd, Venice Twp. Dispatched mutual aid for a barn fire in to Venice. Barn was on fire which also caught a second bard on fire. Plenty of manpower, went in T23 with 2. Patched into Shiawasee 78-1 fireground and 78-2 for water. Dumped the load plus went for one more. Was released, came back to SC for water and fuel. LT7 Capt. Tim McKnight 5 3 B
71 2 6/10 0425 100 block of S. McKniley, Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing on a residential structure fire. E21 responded, while enroute Flushing IC canceled AMA. Capt. Tim McKnight 6 4 B
72 2 6/10 1616 700 block of E River Rd, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing on a residential structure fire. E21 responded, SCAFD crew used a TI to determine there was no fire. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 10 5 B
73 2 6/10 1700 500 block of Luce Ave, Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing on a residential structure fire. E21 responded, while enroute Flushing IC canceled AMA. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 8 6 B
74 16 6/12 1246 Winthrop Dr/Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a report of wires down across the road. E21,E11,C1,C2,S16 and CTPD responded. Investigation found a garbage truck came out with their boom up and pulled down phone and communication lines. Lines were at ground level in the road still attached to the pole with the pole splintered at the base. Several providers were contacted all denied responsibility for the line, an attempt to avoid interupting phone service to the area by not cutting the line during investigation was made. After extensive time given to determine the responsible party, the lines were cut and the road was re-opened. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 7 4 2
75 2 6/13 1102 1,000 block of E. Pierson Rd, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing Fire Department for a commercial structure fire. C-4 & E22 responded. Prior to arrival, SCAFD units were cancelled.  Batt. Chief Brednt Cole (R) 6 2 2
76 11 6/14 1512 7,000 block of S. Fork Dr, Clayton Twp. Responded for a smell of smoke in the home. E21 & E12 responded. Investigation found a burnt belt for the washing machine. Homeowner asked us to check the CO levels in the basement and we did and there were o readings on the detector. Liet. Scott Martin (C,R) 6 2 2
77 1 6/15 1217 Area of WB I69/Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched with AMA from Gaines and Flushing for a Commercial Structure fire in the area. C1, C4, E12, E11, E21 responded. Investigation found nothing in the area. Since caller reported seeing smoke from I69, C1 continued EB on 69 to check the area to Bristol Rd. Smoke from an exhaust was noticed in the area of Dye/Linden Rd in Flint Twp area. C1 & E12, FIPD and Metro PD arrived to find maintenance being done on a generator. Info turned over to Flint Twp. C2. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 4 4 B
78 7 6/16 1602 Area of EB/I69/Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for a report of a car fire and a grass fire on EB 69 between Miller and Bristol. C2, E11 & E12 responded. Area was checked all the way to I 75 and the situation was unfounded. Asssit. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 6 4 1
79 2 6/17 0011 5,000 block of N. Seymour Rd, Flushing Dispatched to a structure fire in Flushing Twp. Flushing Car 1 arrived and cancelled it was a open burn in the backyard. Lieut. Greg Warninng (R) 4 3 B
80 16 6/20 1830 9,000 block of Chelmsford Dr, Swartz Creek Responded for a transformer on fire. C2 & E11 responded. Investigation found a secondary pole to pole lines down in the back yard. The lines were laying across the metal chain link fences in several back yards. The property owners of the affected homes were notified and advised to not go out in their back yards or touch their metal fences. CE was requested After no response after 60 min, several ETA's were requested. The situation was turned over to CE upon their arrival. Asssit. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 3 1
81 7 6/21 1844 8,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a vehicle that hit a building and was smoking. C1, C2 & E11 res[pmded. Investigation found a vehicle against the building, all occupants out of the car, and nothing showing, there was significant structural damage done to the brick building. Cracked bricks were visible on the exterior of the building, and the wall coverings on the inside were pushed in 3in and had damage as well. Additional evaluation the building finding no concerns for structural integrity and the situation was turned over to PD Asssit. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 5 1
82 2 6/22 0141 400 block of Hut West Dr, Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing for a structure fire.E22, E12 responded. SCAFD Crews assisted with suppression and over haul. Capt. Tim McKnight (R) 8 3 B
83 17 6/22 1918 10,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for man stuck in bucket truck52 feet in the air. E21 & C1 responded. With no means of safey removing the occupant, Corunna/Caledonia Fire Department was requested with their ladder truck. Gentleman was removed with no incident. Capt. Tim McKnight (C,R) 7 5 2
84 2 6/23 1613 8,000 block of W. Mt Morris Rd, Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing for a Commerical Structure fire, E22 responded and while en route was canceled by Flushing IC. Lieut. Greg Warninng (R) 6 3 B
85 8 6/24 1823 11,000 block of Calkins Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a possible grill on fire in a driveway next to a truck. E21 responded. Invesitgation found that the resident was attempting to burn off remanents on the grill and forgot about it. Grill was oringally in the garage and he dragged it out onto the apron. The fire had burned the gas line and the grill and tank were on fire. A water can was used to cool the tank until the fire was extinguished. Lieut. Greg Warninng (C,R) 8 3 2
86 12 6/26 1126 7,000 block of Park Ridge Dr, Swartz Creek Responded to a residential fire alarm. E12 & E22 responded.  While responding, dispatch advised alarm company was calling back with a cancel. E12 continued to the scene for report. Investigation found a company working on the basement and concrete dust activated the alarm. Home owner contacted the alarm company and advised to put in standby mode until work is completed. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick 6 4 B
87 18 6/30 0913 1,000 block of N. Seymor Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a Carbon Monoxide alarm. E22 responded. Investigation found all levels at 0. HOmeowner was advised to contact her alarm comapany for maintenace. Lieut. Greg Warninng (C,R) 5 2 2
88 16 6/30 1340 6,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for a low hanging power lines. C2, & E11 responded, A tall truck hooked the communication lines and wrapped them around the primary power lines. The arcing caused a large power outage in the area. When CE arrived on the scene, they requested us for traffic control once the other crew arrived since they will have to close all 5 lanes of Miller Rd. SCDPS stated they did not have the resources to close the whole road. Metro Police arrived on the scene and requested that we handle the traffic control since they were dispatched to a welfare check. Asssit. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 2 3 1
89 11 6/30 2202 2,000 block of S.Fork Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a smoke investigation. E22 responded. Investigation located a open burn left unattended. The homeowner was advised to extinguish the bon fire. E22 then diverted to run #90 Lieut. Greg Warninng (C,R) 9 6 2
90 1 6/30 2209 12,000 block of Peter B, Clayton Twp During incident 89, was dispatched with AMA from Flushing, Gaines and Venice for a residential structure fire. C1, C2,E12,T23 & E22 responded. Investigation found an electrical outlet in the floor of the 2nd floor scorched and signs of a fire extinguisher used. Interview with the homeowner advised that there was a flame & smoke coming from the outlet, homeowner used flour then an extinguisher to put out the fire. Investigation with the TI found no extension, all AMA units were released. Tripped breaker was isolated and turned off. Due to the lingering smell of smoke and extinguisher agent in the home, the homeowner was advised not to sleep on that floor tonight and call an electrician. Chief Dave Plumb, (C,R) 9 6 B
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91 5 7/4 1424 4300 block of Corunna Rd, Flint Twp Dispatched to a grass fire in Flint Twp area, as they were on a residential structure. G27 & G17 responded. G27 investigation located a fire in mulch in a median halfway out in the parking lot. G27's crew used the water can and tools to extinguish. Lieut. Greg Warning (R) 6 4 B
92 5 7/4 1429 2000 block of  S. Graham Rd, Flint Twp While responding to incident 91, SCAFD was requested on a 2nd box alarm to assist Flint Twp on a structure fire. E12 & C1 responded. G27 responded to supplement personnel after clearing incident #91. C1 assumed staging and SCAFD crews assisted with extinguishment and overhaul until cleared by IC. Chief Dave Plumb (R) 6 4 B
93 12 7/5 0423 2,000 block of Whispering Waters Pass, Clayton Twp Responded for a residential fire alarm. E21 & C4 responded. Investigation found alarms going. The homeowner who was not on scene was contacted and advised a keyholder would be responding. On key holders arrival the battery in garage keypad replaced, further investigation found no further issue. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 4 2 B
94 5 7/6 1912 2,000 block of Diamond Ave, Flint Twp Dispatched to Flint Twp non-emergency with a tanker to provide water supply to Flint Twp engines on a residential structure fire. T23 responded. Lieut. Greg Warning (R) 5 2 B
95 5 7/6 1935 2,000 block of Lennon Rd, Flint Twp While on scene of incident 94, were dispatched on a 2nd alarm for a commerical structure fire in Flint Twp. E12 and T23 responded. E12's crew helped with fire suppression and overhaul, T23 assisted with water supply. Lieut. Greg Warning (R) 5 2 B
96 9 7/7 2018 EB I69 in the area of M13, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a grass fire on Sheridan south if I69. An iInvestigation of the area founf the fire to be unfounded.  Assist. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 9 3 1
97 12 7/9 1155 1 Dragon Dr, Swartz Creek Responded for a commerical fire alarm.  E12 and E21 responded.  On arrival of E12 crew was met by construction crew who stated they were working on the building and the supervisor forgot to put alarm in test mode. Contact was made to alarm company to set to test mode and all units returned to service. Lieut Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 4 2 B
98 5 7/10 1532 5,000 block of Exchange Dr, Flint Twp Dispatched MA assist Flint Twp with a commercial structure fire. E12 & C2 responed. E12 crew assisted with exstinguishment and over haul. Lieut Rob Fitzpatrick (R) 10 4 B
99 18 7/10 1600 City of Swartz Creek Stand-by The SCAFD stood by at their stations at the request of the Metro PD. Assist. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 10 4 B
100 16 7/10 1945 1,000 block of S. Seymour Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a tree on fire. E22 responded. Investigation found branches had hit the primary wires during the previous storm. Tree was not on fire at that time. Homeowner had called Consumers, due to no hazard, SCAFD units cleared. Lieut Greg Warning (C,R) 7 4 2
101 13 7/11 2032 NB McKinley/North of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Responded for a reported vehicle entrapment. C1, E22, E11 & S16 responded. On scene investigation found a Jeep Wrangler with significant passenger side damage that hit a tree at a high rate of speed. The passenger side engine compartment saw a 2ft instrusion trapping the driver and passager. The rear occupants were extricated with a door pop. Chief Dave Plumb, (C,R) 12 5 B
102 10 7/14 0142 3,000 block of Seymour Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a report of a open burn. C1 & G17 responded. Investigation of the area found no sign of fire or smoke. Without checking private proprty at night, no further action was taken. Chief Dave Plumb, (C,R) 2 3 1
103 5 7/18 0942 1,000 block of Whittemore Ave, Flint Twp Responded code 1 to assist Flint Twp Fire Dept with a residential structure fire. E12 responded. E12's assisted with extensive overhaul. Lieut Rob Fitzpatrick (R) 6 4 B
104 5 7/23 1450 2,000 block of Lodge Rd, Flint Twp Dispatched as a 2nd Box Alarm to assist Flint Twp Fire Department on a residental structure fire. E12 responded. E12's crew assisted with overhaul in the attic and the exterior walls of the structure as well as helping determine the origin of fire. Once overhaul operations was completed, E12 was released from the scene. Batt. Chief Brednt Cole (R) 4 3 B
105 5 7/23 2129 8,000 block of Reed Rd, Vernon Twp Responded to assist Vernon Twp fir on a barn fire. T23 responded. T23 was used to nurse Burns's Tanker. Capt. Tim McKnight 6 4 B
106 1 7/29 1810 7,000 block of Deer Creek Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched with AMA from Gaines and Flushing for a residential structure fire. C2, C1, C4, E12, E11 & E21 responded. C2 1st arrival reported a working structure fire.
E12 arrival stretched 1 3/4 to the garage and knocked the bulk of the fire down before extension to the second floor. Crews stretched another line interior to confirm no extension and a 3rd line was put in service to assist the extinguishment of a van on fire in the driveway (exposure 1) which suffered severe damage. E12 driver and C2 established water supply from the hydrant in front of the residence. E11, E21 and AMA units assisted with extensive overhaul to confirm extinguishment. Thermal Imaging camera was used to confirmed with no hidden fires or extension.
Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 8 7 B
107 18 7/29 2057 8,000 block of Cappy Ln, Swartz Creek Responded for a CO alarm activation. C1 & E12 responded. E12's crew investigated with a CO detector and found 0 readings. Homeowner advised the detector was about 7 yrs old and was advised to replace the unit. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 6 6 1
108 2 7/31 0706 7,000 block of 109th St, Flushing Twp. Dispatched AMA to assist Flushing Fire on a mobile home fire. T23 and E22 responded and were cancelled en route. Lieut Greg Warning (R) 4 4 B
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109 5 8/1 0446 5,000 block of Mark David Dr, Gaines Twp Responded for a report of a vehicle entrapment in the woods behind the callers house in the 9000 block of Chesterfield. C1, E11 & E21 responded. C1 arrived on scene with Metro PD and Genesee County Medic to find a car in the back yard of the adjoining neighborhood. Car was located in Gaines Twp's Fire district. SCAFD units were advised to enter through the Gaines Twp subdivision for easier access. Investigation found that the car was in the driveway in the 5000 block of Mark David and driver accelerated through the closed garage door, out the back of the garage, where it became airborne and flipped up against the fence. Female driver was stuck in the vehicle with minimum injuries. Door was popped to gain access. Information was turned over to Gaines Twp FD and PD. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 7 3 B
110 2 8/2 1033 400 block of Laurie Dr, Flushing City Dispatched AMA to Flushing Fire for a residential structure fire. C1, E22 & E12 responded. SCAFD crews assisted with investigating homes on the street that were damaged when a power line came down and started back feeding homes causing smoke in the homes. SCAFD was released by IC after investigation. Chief Dave Plumb (R) 5 5 B
111 2 8/4 1225 900 block of Main St, Flushing City Responded AMA to assist Flushing Fire on a residential structure fire. E11 & C2 responded. Flushing Fire Chief 2 arrived on scene stating that fire was out. Batt, Chief Brendt Cole (R) 6 3 B
112 12 8/5 0431 3,000 block of Pine Run, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a neighbor burning something that was putting off black smoke and debris flying all over. G17 and G27 responded. On arrival crew found that the homeowner had paper burning in an enclosed fire pit that was just smoldering. attempted to make contact but no answer at the door. Fire was extinguished and crews returned to service. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 6 2 1
113 10 8/6 1615 2,000 block of S. Elms Rd, Clayton Twp Responded for a residential fire alarm. E12 & E22 responded. Prior to arrival Central Dispatch advised PD was on scene and the homeowner was attempting to cancel no fire. E12 continued for report. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 7 2 1
114 2 8/7 1513 300 block of Mill St, Flushing City Dispatched AMA to Flushing for a residential structure. E22 & E12 responded. While en route, Flushing IC canceled all AMA Lieut Greg Warning (R) 4 3 B
115 17 8/7 1617 200 block of Hickory Ln, Clayton Twp Responded to assist PD and EMS to gain entry for a patient that was seen through the window on the ground. EMS then removed the patient and all SCAFD units cleared. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 7 2 1
116 12 8/10 1651 2,000 block of Woods West Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a residential fire alarm. C4, E21 & E12 responded. Investigation found activation was due to steam. Lieut Greg Warning (C,R) 5 3 B
117 2 8/10 1805 1,000 block of W. Pierson Rd, Flushing Responded to Flushing AMA for a residential structure. E22 & E12 responded. While en route, Flushing IC canceled all AMA Lieut Greg Warning (R) 4 4 B
118 18 8/11 1906 8,000 block of Burchshire Cir, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a crock pot overheating. Upon arrival nothing was out of the ordinary, we told the homeowner not to plug it back in. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 7 6 B
119 2 8/15 2048 10,000 block of Potter Rd, Flushing Responded AMA for a residential structure fire. E21, T23 & C1 responded. and we were cancelled en route. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 9 3 B
120 1 8/18 1601 8,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a unattached garage fire. C1, E21, T23, E12, E11 and AMA from Gaines and Flushing fire responded. Flushing C1 1st to arrive report smoke showing. E21 arrival stretched 2 1 3/4 lines for interior attack on a detached garage on fire. Flushing crews & E12's crew assisted with overhaul. Gaines Twp was canceled prior to arrival. Crews were able to get a quick knock down of the fire. Investigation found a fire pit approximately 10ft from the structure with a active fire at time of ignition. Initial findings it appears the fire started when an ember from the fire pit found a ignition source. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 7 4 B
121 5 8/19 1714 3,000 block of Miller Rd, Flint Twp Responded to assist Flint Twp for a smoke investigation in the area of the GVM. C2 abd E12 responded.  Flint Twp was responding to a vehicle fire at Bristol and 75. C2 arrived in the area and determined the 1 call from the passerby was reporting smoke form the car fire on the expressway. All units were cancelled. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 2 4 B
122 18 8/20 1713 3,000 block of Elms Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm at Elms Elementary. C2, C1 E12, E11, E211 responded. Investigation found Master Electric working on the building and advised that National Time and Signal was going to all of the schools testing the alarm systems. The contractors thought the internet was disable and the alarm would not be transmitted. The alarm company was contacted to have them put the system in test mode. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 3 B
123 12 8/20 1626 2,000 block of Lost Creek Dr, Clayton Twp Responded to a report of a natural gas leak. E21 responded. Investigation found the occupant hit a gas main while hand digging. Crews stood by on scene until Consumers arrived. Lieut Greg Warning (C,R) 5 4 2
124 12 8/20 1918 2,000 block of Van Vleet Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched to a report a fire commercial fire alarm. E21 responded. Investigation foiund the same company as incident #122 testing the alarm, but failed to contact the alarm company or 911. Lieut Greg Warning (C,R) 6 4 B
125 12 8/20 2015 2,000 block of Van Vleet Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched to the same location as #124 for a commercial fire alarm. Technician was advised to place the alarm in test and ensured there would be no further activations. Lieut Greg Warning (C,R) 3 1 B
126 10 8/21 2112 4,000 block of Ita Ct, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a report of a large open burn with children. C1 & C2 responded. Investigation found 8 young children roasting marshmallows in a approved fire pit at a sleep over. The guardian was inside on our arrival. Adult guardian was advised to move the pit further away from the building and remain outside with the children while there was a fire. All units were held at the station. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 5 4 1
127 18 8/24 1157 7,000 block of Lou Mac Dr, Clayton Twp. Responded for a report of a generator that exploded. E21 & E12 responded. Investigation found no smoke showing on arrival but a smell of electrical burning. Occupants advised the generator made a loud noise and they shut it off. E12's crew checked the generator and transfer switch with TI as well as the electrical panel in the basement. Crews shut down the gas to the generator via shutoff valve on the side as well as the main gas. Occupants were advised to call a technician to restore services. Lieut Greg Warning (C,R) 2 3 B
128 12 8/24 1323 7,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm.  E12 and C4 responded. Central Dispatch radioed that the alarm system is supposed to be in test mode while working on the alarm system. Confirmation was made on scene and all units cleared. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 4 2 B
129 11 8/24 1850 7,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for a report of mulch smoking. C2, G17 and G27 responded. G17 crews extinguished the fire. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 4 1
130 16 8/25 1351 Maple St/Crapo St, Swartz Creek Dispatched at the request of Metro PD for assistance with traffic at Maple St. and Crapo St. for a live power leaning towards the street with live power lines 8-10 feet off the ground. LT.9 & E11 responded. Investigation found a utility pole was leaning into the roadway with live power line low hanging. SCAFD stoodby until Consumers arrived. On their arrival, they requested that FD stand by until they could cut the line and secure it. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 7 4 1
131 2 8/25 1409 5,000 block of Prestonwood Ln, Flushing While on Incident #130. E22 responded AMA to Flushing for a residential structure fire. While en route, Flushing IC canceled AMA. Lieut. Greg Warning (R) 3 1 B
132 12 8/26 1530 8,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm. C2 responded. Investigation found a resident pulled a pull station alarm. All uits were held at the station. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 6 3 B
133 2 8/31 1138 300 block of S Main St. Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing for a structure fire. Flushing Chief got on scene and cancelled all AMA. E22 returned to quarters. Capt. Tim McKnight (R) 10 4 B
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134 13 9/1 0132 12,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for an vehicle entrapment. C2, C4, E21, E11 & E12 responded. While responding we were advised that the vehicle crossed over into Shiawassee County and there was no entrapment. E11 and E12 were canceled, while continuing E21. Investigation revealed a vehicle in three pieces several hundred feet off the road in a corn field. C-4 evaluated the situation and determined that personnel would be needed to carry the lone occupant out of the field to the waiting ambulance. Patient was loaded into the stokes basket and carried to the cot. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 10 6 B
135 17 9/2 1523 8,000 block of Crapo St, Swartz Creek Responded to assist Metro PD and EMS for a lift assist. E12 & C2 responded. Patient was removed and turned over to the care of STAT EMS.  Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 5 6 1
136 17 9/3 0054 3,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to assist Clayton Twp. Police Department with a missing person. C4 E12, E21 and S16 w/Brush 1 responded. Unified Command Structure established with MSP and Clayton Twp PD. All SCAFD personnel staged at a designated area, and received instructions on what to search from one of the MSP K-9 Officers. SCAFD waited for the ok from the MSP K-9 Officer to start the search. During the search the TI Camera was used and found a heat signature in the woods. Following investigation, the missing person was found in the woods just south of the house. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 7 4 B
137 10 9/5 2025 1,000 block of N. Nichols Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a open burn that had gotten out of control. C1, G27 & G17 responded. On arrival found homeowner using an excavator to control the fire. G27 & 117 pulled lines to complete the extinguishment. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 7 4 2
138 1 9/12 1806 100 block of Ashley Cir. Swartz Creek Dispatched as a residential structure fire for a dryer fire that was thought to be extinguished. C2, C1 E12 & E21 responded. Investigation found nothing showing from the 30 X 50 modular home. The occupants stated that the drier was on fire and 2 5 lb. extinguishers were used to put it out. There was light smoke throughout and ABC powder in the laundry room and kitchen. The fire appeared to be extinguished. The dryer was unplugged and carried outside, and PPV used to ventilate the home. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 9 4 B
139 12 9/4 0447 7,000 block of Calkins Rd, Clayton Twp Responded to a residential fire alarm, with a uncoded caller on site trying to cancel. E21 & S16 responded, on arrived found nothing showing with the house dark. Address was verified and contact was made with homeowner who advised it was a false trip. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 7 1 B
140 12 9/16 0829 8,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Responded for a Commercial Fire Alarm. C1 responded and found a resident had pulled the alarm. All units were canceled. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 2 3 B
141 6 9/18 1659 2,000 block of N. Nichols Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to a report of a Bobcat Skid Steer on fire. C1,E21 E11 responded. Arrival found the owner had extinguished the fire with 3 extinguishers. E21's crew investigated and verified the fire was out. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 10 2 2
142 5 9/20 0323 7,000 Majectic Woods Dr, Argentine Twp Responded Mutual Aid to Argentine for a residential structure fire on the 2nd & 3rd alarm. E11 & T23 responded and assisted with water supply, fire suppression and overhaul. Lieut. Robert Fitzpatrick (R) 11 4 B
143 10 9/26 2047 8,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to the area of Beecher and Morrish Rd for an unknown fire with large flames showing. C1, C2, G27, G17, S26 w/Brush 1 responded. Investigation found a large open burn at the residence with a large family gathering. Fire was within regulations and there was no complainant. All units cleared Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 8 4 2
144 18 9/29 0727 7,000 block of Lou Mac Dr. Clayton Twp Responded to a CO alarm call with E21 & C2. The dispatch information states that no one was feeling sick or injured. Investigation found the homeowner outside with the activated alarm stating the CO alarm in the basement hall near the furnace that was alarming. Reading at the front door, and it showed 0 PPM. FF"s made there way around the first floor of the home with the same results. As crews made their way down the basement stairs, the CO level began to increase, eventually reading 38ppm next to the furnace boiler. The occupants were advised of our findings and told they had to remain outside until a technician arrived to correct the problem. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit(C,R) 8 6 2
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145 10 10/3 1903 8,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to the area for a smoke investigation. Neighbor called in and said the neighbor was burning stuff and causing thick black smoke. G27 & G17 responded. Investigation found a small open burn that was being controlled by the owners of the property. Lieut. Robert Fitzpatrick (C,R) 8 2 2
146 1 10/4 1217 5,000 block of Don Shenk, Swartz Creek Responded with AMA from Gaines & Flushing for a residential structure. C1, E12, E21, E11 responded. Investigation with the homeowner found there was a light haze in the basement, power was turned off prior to arrival. Further investigation found after turning the power and furnace back on, the washer was no longer working. Crews removed the washer from the house and the smoke was cleared out. AMA was canceled and all units returned to service. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 10 4 B
147 18 10/7 1653 7,000 Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a CO alarm. E21 & C1 responded. Investigation found the battery powered detector activated and unable to reset. Lt 7 Investigated further with the SCAFD detector and found no activation. Homeowner was advised to replace the current unit. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 4 3 2
148 12 10/9 1321 1 Dragon Dr, Swartz Creek Responded for an automatic fire alarm. E12 & C2 responded While responding I was advised that it was a false alarm. Contact was made with staff who advised a student pulled the fire alarm. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit(C,R) 6 3 B
149 12 10/10 1803 12,000 block of Old Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for an residential fire alarm. While responding we were advised by the A/C was attempting to cancel. C2 & E21 responded. Investigation found the homeowners had burned some food in the oven. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit(C,R) 10 5 B
150 4 10/10 1947 1,000 block of Riniel Rd, Venice Twp Responded AMA with Venice Fire on a residential structure fire with possible entrapment. C1 C2, E12, T23, E22 responded. Arrival on scene found a fully involved residential fire. C1 assigned operations, C2 assigned on scene water supply. T23 was utilized as a stationary port-a-tank. Both E22 & E12's crew performed extensive fire suppression detail as well as overhaul and interior search. Chief Dave Plumb (O,R) 11 6 B
151 2 10/11 1249 500 Oakbrook Cir, Flushing Dispatched AMA to flushing for a residential structure fire. On arrival of Flushing fire light smoke was showing. E22 & E12 responded. While en route to the scene both engines were requested to standby at flushing fire station. Crews were released by the IC and all units returned to service. Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (R) 7 3 B
152 10 10/13 1909 8,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Responded for a smoke investigation in the area. C1, C2 & E21 responded. Investigation found a large open burn several feet off the road. Homeowner was advised not to add anymore to the pile and comply with the burning rules of not burning after dark. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 11 5 2
153 10 10/14 2017 8,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched to an open burn at the same location at 145 & 152. C2 & G27 responded. Investigation found non-complaint materials being burned at the location. revealed plastic, a refrigerator, furniture, a garage door, and other materials in the fire. IC advised the subject who was responsible for the fire that since we have been to this address 3 times this year for fires directly related to the property owner/occupants actions and what they are burning today, they may be subject to fines associated with ordinance violations. They were also advised that there may be some EPA laws that are being violated due to what they are burning. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit(C,R) 11 3 2
154 16 10/15 0114 10,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Responded to a report of arching powerline. C4 & E22 responded. Investigation found the primary wires going from pole to pole through 5 pine trees arching and sparking, catching the tree on fire. The area was taped off. After several minutes of arching and sparking, the primary lines detached from the other pole, leaving live wires hanging in the trees. The breaker (fuse) did not pop at the top of the pole. Consumers Power employee arrived on location, approx. 20 minutes after the request. Upon their arrival, the incident was turned over to Consumers Power. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole 6 3 2
155 16 10/16 2214 9,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for arcing wires. E22 responded. Investigation found no signs of arching at the location. Consumers was contact to perform maintenance on the try line. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 11 1 2
156 6 10/19 0646 EB I 69/WO  S. Sheridan Rd, Clayton Twp Responded to a reported vehicle fire on the off ramp to M-13 from EB I-69. C4, E22, E11, and E12 responded. E11;s crew worked on fire suppression while, E22 & E12 were untilized as blocking units and traffic control. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole 5 3 B
157 12 10/21 0624 9,000 block of Luea Ln, Swartz Creek Responded to a smoke alarm activation with possible smoke in the home. E12, E21 and E11 responded. Investigation of the home was complete with the TI (Thermal Imager) no issues found. Further investigation found a faulty hardwired alarm, homeowner was advised to have an electrician/tech return to replace. Lieut. Walt Melen (C,R) 6 3 B
158 16 10/23 1438 8,000 block of Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp Responded to a report of a power line down and wires arching. E21, E11 & C1 responded. E21 & E12 blocked traffic while line was investigated. It was determined to be a cable line and the line was cut and crews opened up the road and all units returned to service. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 7 2 2
159 5 10/23 1800 6,000 block of Western Way, Flint Twp SCAFD stood by at Sta 1 &2 to cover Flint Twp Fire while their members attended a funeral service for a recently retired Firefighter. During this time E21 & E12 responded for a Residential Fire Alarm at 6415 Western Way. Units were canceled by Flint Twp duty Sgt. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 4 2 B
160 12 10/24 0912 9,000 block of Luea Ln, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a residential Fire Alarm. C1, E12 & E21 responded. C1 made contact with the homeowner who stated she just had her smoke detectors updated and 2 were going off. No signs of smoke, C1 investigated and found the activation was from the faulty alarm that had been replaced. All units were advised to cancel and return. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 7 4 B
161 12 10/24 0971 3,000 block of Rine Run, Clayton Twp. Responded for a residential fire alarm. C1, E12, E21 responded. On arrival 911 advised false alarm. C1 arrived and spoke to the homeowner to verify cancel. All units were cleared/canceled. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 7 4 B
162 18 10/26 0106 3,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a CO alarm. E12 responded.   Investigation found initial readings of 45ppm and 19.8% O2. Further investigation found the gas stove burner on. Crews cleared the home until levels returned to normal. Lieut. Robert Fitzpatrick 5 3 1
163 18 10/26 0320 EB I 69/ WO S Sheridan Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded to assist police with traffic control to shut down EB I-69 at Sheridan due to a fatal car accident involving a semi. C2, E12,E21,T24 & S16 responded. All EB traffic was diverted off the expressway at Sheridan Rd. Advanced warning with signs and the appropriate transition lanes were established S16, E-21 and T-24, while E-11 remained at the accident scene for evaluation and lighting. Personnel and apparatus remained on scene to provided lighting and traffic safety until cleared by PD. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 9 5 B
164 10 10/29 1919 9,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched to a reported ditch fire. C2, E27 & G17 responded. Investigation found a small brush fire in the ditch. Homeowner indicated her father was trying to help out and burn some leaves. Homeowner was advised of the burning permit rules and process, G27 extinguished the fire and C2 & G17 were canceled. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 6 3 2
165 5 10/30 1930 300 E Fifith St, City of Flint SCAFD was part of Task Force 1 in the City of Flint for devils night. The city responded to 7 structure fires during the assignment, none were in Task force 1's area. Lieut. Scott Martin 4 1 B
166 12 10/31 1209 10,000 block of Potter Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a residential fire alarm, E21, C2, & E12 responded. Investigation found nothing showing upon arrival. The detectors were wireless ADT battery operated. Further investigation found the detectors to be dusty possibly causing contact with the sensor, the TI showed no evidence of hot spots in the bedroom. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C)
Lieut. Greg Warning (R)
7 5 B
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167 16 11/1 1733 4,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek Responded to the area for wires arcing. C2 investigated and found a small tree had fallen on the secondary pole to pole wires that ran across Morrish Rd. The wires were still in the air, but the old 3 wires system was tangled around itself. The fuse on the transformer the wires were connected to was popped. There was no hazard, and CE was notified. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 11 3 1
168 13 11/3 1054 4,000 block of S. Seymour Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a vehicle rollover with entrapment. E11, E21 & C1 responded. Prior to arrival Metro Police advised no entrapment. E11 & C1 continued to the scene to assist with hazard mitigation and traffic control. Investigation found no fluids leaking from the vehicle. Units remained on scene until released by Metro PD Chief Dave Plumb (C)
Lieut Rob Fitzpatrick (R)
9 4 B
169 18 11/3 1506 3,000 block of  Heritage Blvd, Swartz Creek Responded for reported gas leak. E12 responded. Investigation found an auger was being used to dig the holes for a fence and hit a gas line. Auger was still on top of the gas line so we could not determine if it was a main or a service. Consumers was requested and upon their arrival the incident was turned over to them. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 7 2 1
170 12 11/3 1800 2,000 block of N. McKninley, Clayton Twp Dispatched for an automatic fire alarm. C2 and E-21 continued non-emergency for the report, while all other apparatus was canceled, after 911 advised of the cancel. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 11 5 B
171 18 11/4 1253 S. Sheridan & Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp Responded at the request of PD to assist with Traffic. C2,E21, E11 & S16 responded. PD requested that all WB traffic be stopped at Duffield Rd. The EB lanes were going to remain open. E-21 crew proceeded to the accident scene to assist EMS and PD at the crash and cut the battery cables on the car. E-11 blocked the WB lanes at Duffield Rd. S-16 placed advanced warning signs east and west of the accident scene. There were no fluid spills, and the tractor trailer was inspected by MSP and found to be drivable. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 4 B
172 1 11/4 1726 4,000 S Sheridan Rd, Clayton Twp. Dispatched with AMA from Venice, Flushing & Gaines. C1, C2, C4, E12, E21 & T23 responded. Initial investigation found light smoke coming from the front door. 360 found no other signs of smoke. Interior check found the fire to be out. All AMA units were advised to continue code 1 until confirmation was made with the TI. E21 arrival assigned to check the home for extension with the TI, E12 crew advised to set up positive ventilation at the front door. Once E21 advised no extension AMA was canceled. Once home was aired out, occupants were allowed to return. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 11 5 B
173 10 11/5 1609 5,000 block of Durwood, Swartz Creek Responded to the area of Durwood and Oakview for a report of someone burning something in the back yard filling the area with smoke. C2 & G17 responded. Homeowner was advised of no burning in the city and was advised to put the fire out. Shortly after signing off the air another complaint came in that the homeowner was burning again. Metro PD was advised and spoke to the homeowner and advised if another complaint came in, they would issue a ticket. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C)
Lieut. Rob Fitzpatrick (R)
5 4 1
174 18 11/6 0503 8,000 block of Cappy Ln, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a fire a smoke detector activation. C2, E21 & E12 responded. Investigation found no smoke or fire and the home was checked for CO and the readings were 0. Activation was determined to be a defective unit, or dust from the furnace activated the alarm. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 3 3 B
175 2 11/6 1223 3,000 block of Fieldstone Dr, Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing for a residential structure fire. All responding apparatus were cancelled prior to our arrival. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 3 B
176 6 11/9 1239 Miller Rd/Elms Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a vehicle fire. E21, E12, S16 & E11 responded. Investigation found, light smoke showing from the vehicle. E21 deployed a water can for extinguishment and E12 deployed tools. E11 was canceled enroute & S16 was charged with controlling traffic. Fuel had ignited under the vehicle and a dry chem extinguisher was deployed to control. Lieut. Walt Melen 8 5 1
177 10 11/10 1809 5,000 block of Ford St, Swartz Creek Responded to the area for an open fire that the caller thought smelled like burning plastic. C2 and G17 investigated and found the occupants burning building materials in an open fire pit in the back yard. The fire was 10 feet away from a garage and a strong south to north wind was present blowing the smoke and embers. The occupants were instructed to extinguish the fire due to the weather conditions and what was being burned. They were also advised that trash needed to be taken to the road, and the city offers yard waste pick up and brush chipping. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 10 4 1
178  12 11/11 1726 3,000 block of Elk Creek, Clayton Twp Dispatched to a residential fire alarm. LT10 responded and investigated on arrival to find burnt food. All units were held at their stations. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 3 6 2
179 15 11/13 1436 Corunna Rd/Seymour Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded to the intersection of Corunna and Seymour for a washdown. E21 & E11 responded. Upon arrival SCAFD personnel cleaned up all the fluid that was spilt and cut the battery cables. At the request of Clayton PD, SCAFD also assisted with traffic control. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 7 1 2
180 16 11/15 1654 5,000 block of Winston Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for wires arcing behind the address. Genesee County was under a high wind warning at the time of dispatch. E11 & C2 responded. Investigation found primary pole to pole wires that ran north/south near the fence line at the back of the property were arcing in the trees during high wind gusts. No wires were down, and the area of the yard was not an area that would expect foot traffic. Caution tape was put across the yard to identify the hazard for the homeowners and CE. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 6 3 1
181 18 11/16 0741 4,000 block of Mountain Ash, Swartz Creek Responded for a Co alarm activation. E12 Interview with the homeowner found the alarm has been alerting for several days. E12's crew checked the home and had no readings. Further investigation found that CO alarm in the basement was faulty. Homeowner was advised to replace the unit and crew cleared without incident. Lieut Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 4 4 1
182 18 11/16 1623 12,000 block of Old Corruna Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched to assist PD with tree removal in roadway. E11 responded and cut up the tree, removed pieces and parts, swept the roadway and cleared the scene. Lieut Walt Melen (C,R) 6 2 2
183 2 11/16 1948 200 block of  Oak St, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing for an oven fire. SCAFD units were cancelled prior to our arrival at the scene. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (R) 9 3 B
184 5 11/18 1817 EB I 69 & W. Bristol Rd, Flint Twp Responded mutual aid to Flint Twp for a multi vehicle rollover entrapment. The crash covered the EB and WB lanes of I-69 between Bristol and I-75. We were requesting to handle the rolled over vehicle in the EB lanes. I arrived to find all occupants out of the vehicle. There were no fluid spills from that vehicle, and we were not able to locate the battery since the car was on its roof. When that assignment was complete the crew reported to the IC for further assignments and we were released. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (R) 10 6 B
185 11 11/21 1931 7,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a smoke investigation in the area of Kroger's on Miller Rd. C4 & E12 responded. Initial investigation of the area found no incident. E12 located a unattended open burn at on Miller Rd. C4 directed E12's crew to extinguish the open burn with a water can. The homeowners was burning leaves and large tree stumps. An attempt to make contact with the homeowners by knocking on the front door, with no one answering the door. Batt. Chief Brednt Cole 10 5 1
186 12 11/23 1055 11,000 block of Lennon Rd, Clayton Twp Responded with C1, E21, E12 for a residential fire alarm at a AFC home. Upon arrival to the area, the dispatch location was not found. A call back to the incident location found it was in Venice Twp and their FD was already on scene. All units cleared and returned. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 3 5 B
187 5 11/23 1533 1,000 block of Springborrow Dr, Flint Twp Dispatched to assist Flint Township on a grass fire. G17 & S16 w/ Brush 1 responded. Upon arrival crews were assigned to extinguish a large tree on fire with the center burning G17 used 600 gallon of water to put the fire out with the assistance of S16s crew and Brush 1. Lieut. Scott Martin (R) 5 5 B
188 2 11/23 1823 1,700 block of Cedarwood, Flushing Responded with Flushing Fire AMA on a possible commercial structure fire. C4, E12 & E22 responded. FFD Chief 1 cancelled all units prior to arriving on scene, due to burnt food on the stove. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (R) 8 6 B
189 13 11/24 1252 Beecher Rd/N Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a report of a PI entrapment. C1, E11, E21, S16 & E22 responded Upon arrival 911 advised no entrapment. SCAFD units assisted with traffic control, securing the batteries and fluid cleanup. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 10 5 B
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190 2 12/7 2209 500 Ashwood, Flushing Responded AMA to Flushing for a residential structure. E22 responded and was cancelled by Flushing C1. Lieut. Greg Warning (R) 14 6 B
191 10 12/10 1512 9,000 block of Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a smoke investigation. A controlled burn was located and due to the size was spread out and portions buried. G27 responded. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 8 2 2
192 5 12/11 1028 N Sheridan Rd/Calkins Rd, Venice Twp Responded for a report of a  PI Entrapment involving a mail truck and a semi. C1, C4, E21, E11, S16 responded. While SCAFD Units were enroute, Genesee Central advised that there was no entrapment. C1 arrived on scene shortly after the information, confirming no entrapment on Shiawasee side and were requested by Shiawasee and MSP to assist with traffic Control. Once all vehicles were secured and towed away, all SCAFD units opened up N. Sheridan. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 10 5 B
193 7 12/16 1712 Elms Rd/Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a vehicle fire in the area. While C2 was responding, 911 advised that the caller wanted to cancel. C2 continued non-emergency and checked the area and found no incident. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 3 1
194 5 12/18 1006 Exchange Dr/S Linde Rd, Flint Twp Responded on an assist to Flint Twp for a smoke investigation in the area of Linden Rd and Exchange Dr. Flint Twp was responding to a structure fire at the time of this incident, so they requested us to respond to the investigation. C2 & E12 responded. A thorough investigation in the area revealed no fire. It is thought to have been smoke from a diesel generator that was running. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 5 4 B
195 18 12/18 1544 4,000 block of Locust Ln, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a report of a CO alarm activation. E12 responded. Investigation found a reading of 16 ppm at the doorway. Further investigation found readings of 40ppm at the basement stairwell and readings of 50 ppm near the furnace. Consumers Energy was notified and the scene was turned over to them upon their arrival. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 10 4 1
196 2 12/20 1332 7,000 block of River Rd, Flushing Responded AMA for a report of a residential structure fire. E22 & C1 responded. Flushing C1 arrived with light smoke showing then cancelled ama shortly thereafter. Lieut. Greg Warning (C,R) 7 5 B
197 16 12/23 2207 2,000 block of Carmnome, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a report of arcing wires E21 responded. Investigation of the area showed no lines were down or arcing at the time. Caller reported half the power to her house was out. Investigation with the TI showed issues. Situation was turned over to Consumers Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C)
Sgt. Austin Bower (R)
9 5 2
198 16 12/24 0446 4,000 block of S. Elms Rd, Swartz Creek Responded to the area for a report of wires arching. Upon arrival a large commercial business sign was located in the middle of the road and on top of the communication lines and primary line were down on the ground arcing and sparking. Consumers shut off power to the area but advised they could not restring the power until the sign was removed. City DPW was requested and attempted to remove the sign with a back hole but could not. City then went and got barricades to block the lane off & SCAFD then caution taped the area off and cleared the scene. A crane company was contacted by the store manager to remove the sign Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 7 5 1
199 18 12/24 0537 7,000 block of Parkridge, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a residential CO alarm activation. E12 & Capt. 5 responded. On arrival in the area power was knocked out from previous run # 198. Crew spoke with homeowner who stated that the alarms started to go off right around the same time power went out. Home was checked for CO levels and found none. Capt. Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 7 5 1
                   

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