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This page lists the 2021 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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2022 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. 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 7 4
2. AMA's given to the Flushing Fire Dept (started 5/10/99) 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 NA NA
3. AMA's given to Gaines Township Fire Dept (started 11/13/99) 1 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 NA NA
4. AMA's given to Venice Township Fire Dept (started 03/11/02) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 NA NA
5. Mutual Aid responses not involving AMA 2 3 0 5 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 NA NA
6. Vehicle fires & those out on arrival 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0
7. Vehicle fires (false; steam/unfounded) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
8. Misc. minor fires 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 3 4
9. Grass and/or brush fires 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1
10. Open burns (permit/authorized & unauthorized/unattended) 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 2
11. Smoke investigations/smoke scares 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2
12. Fire alarms (false, unfounded or burnt food) 4 7 3 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 26 7 20
13. Vehicle extrications & entrapments 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1
14. Electrical problems, no fire 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
15. Spillage of vehicle fluids 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16. Lines down and/or arcing (power and/or phone) 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 3
17. Assist ambulance with lifting, public assist & etc. 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 2
18. Misc. non fires (CO, gas odor, unfounded, etc. or situations that don't catalog above) 4 1 2 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 9 6
19. Weather watches 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NA NA
Totals 21 18 14 15 22 24 3 0 0 0 0 0 117 42 49

Alarms that have expired from the Last 10 Alarms Page.
 
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01 2 1/2 0541 7,000 block of W Coldwater Rd, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing for a residential structure fire. E22 responded and assisted with suppression and overhaul. Capt. Gregory Warning (R) 6 3 B
02 17 1/7 0750 7,000 block of Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched to assist a resident who had fell. Due to a ambulance shortage R1 and E21 responded and assisted the resident into the their chair Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 3 1 2
03 3 1/8 1931 12,000 block of Cook Rd, Gaines Twp Dispatched AMA to Gaines Twp for a residential structure fire. E12, C2 and T23 responded. Assist Chief Stephen Tabit (R) 8 4 B
04 5 1/9 0242 3,000 block of Flushing Rd, Flint Twp Dispatched MA to Flint Twp on a 2nd alarm for a commercial structure fire. E21 and C4 responded to Flint Twp station 1 and stood by without incident. Batt Chief Brendt Cole (R) 4 2 B
05 18 1/10 0955 4,000 block of Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a report of natural gas in the area. R & E12 responded. On scene investigation found a break in the gas line, consumers was notified. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 6 1 1
06 18 1/10 1930 7,000 block of Granada Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a CO alarm activation. E21 and R1 responded. Investigation found a faulty detector, all areas of the building where checked with zero readings. Lieut. Austin Bower (C,R) 9 3 2
07 12 1/11 0300 7,000 block of Maplecrest Cir, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a alarm activation with no smoke scene. R1 and E21 responded to find a faulty detector. Capt. Gregory Warning (R) 2 2 B
08 11 1/11 0511 2,000 block of Plainview Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a strong smell of smoke in a home. R1 and E21 responded. Investigation found a furnace out of service and space heaters being used. Odor was determined to be the space heaters on the carpet. Heaters were relocated and units cleared the scene. Capt. Gregory Warning (R) 3 1 B
9 12 1/12 1724 2,000 block of Caranome Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a residential fire alarm. R1 responded and confirmed it was a false alarm FF Jacob Adams (C)
Capt. Greg Warning (R)
10 3 B
10 1 1/14 0513 7,000 block of Lou Mac Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched with AMA from GAF & FLF for a residential structure fire. C1,C4,R,1 E21,T23, E1,,E12 responded. Crews arrived with a working fire. Crews conducted fire suppression and salvage and overhaul until the fire was brought under control. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 11 5 B
11 1 1/15 1334 3000 block of S Elms Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched with AMA from GAF & FLF for a residential structure fire. C1,E12, E11 & E21 responded. C1 arrived with a smoke showing on the charlie side. E12's crew stretched a line to the basement and found a trash can on fire. All AMA was canceled. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 7 3 B
12 5 1/15 2321 4,000 block of Walnut Park Dr, Flint Twp Dispatched MA to Flint Twp on a 2nd alarm for a commercial structure fire. E21 and S16 responded to Flint Twp station 1 and stood by without incident. Capt. Gregory Warning (R) 4 2 B
13 6 1/15 1823 Seymour Rd/Corunna Rd. Clayton Twp Dispatched to a vehicle fire at the scene of a car accident. While C2, E21, R1 & E11 responded. E21began to extinguish the car fire. R-1 evaluated the occupants of all the vehicles. C2 and E11 took a traffic point providing traffic safety and began accident clean-up.  Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit 10 4 B
14 12 1/18 1809 4,000 block of Windsor Ct, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm. R1, E12, E11, E22 and E21 responded. R1 arrived on scene sized up nothing showing. E12 arrived began investigation, E11 stood by at the hydrant.  Source was narrowed to a new stove, occupant was going to contact Maintenance before using again. Capt. Gregory Warning (C,R) 9 2 B
15 12 1/19 1431 5,000 block of Oakview, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a commercial fire alarm at a school. R1 & C4 responded before PD advised it was a false alarm. C4 continued and determined a child had pulled the alarm. Batt Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 5 3 B
16 13 1/25 1121 6,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a vehicle entrapment. E11 & R1 responded. Investigation found no entrapment, E11 assist with traffic control. Lieut Scott Martin (C,R) 6 2 B
17 18 1/26 0452 7,000 block of Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a CO alarm. E21 responded and assisted resident with replacing the batteries in the detector. Capt Greg Warning (C,R) 4 2 2
18 1 1/29 0040 1,000 block of S Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a residential structure fire. C2, E11, E12 R1 and T23 responded with AMA from GAF AND FLF. On scene investigation found no fire. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 2 B
19 18 1/30 1021 7,000 block of Granada Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a CO alarm. E21 and R1 responded to found high readings in the building. Maintenance was contacted for repair. SCAFD stood by until they arrived on scene. Lieut. Austin Bower (C,R) 7 3 2
20 17 1/31 1113 5,000 block of Seymour Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched to assist a resident who had fell. Due to a ambulance shortage R1 and Lt 10 responded and assisted the resident into the their chair Lieut Scott Martin (C,R) 5 1 1
21 17 1/31 1309 Swartz Creek Estates, Swartz Creek Dispatched to assist a resident who had fell. Due to a ambulance shortage R1 and E11 responded and assisted the resident into the their chair Lieut Scott Martin (C,R) 2 1 1
February
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22 8 2/1 1008 WB I -69 @ Seymour Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a smoke investigation. C2 responded and located a approved burn in a field. All other units were held at the station. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 3 1
23 1 2/2 1937 4,000 block of Roundhouse, Swartz Creek Dispatched with AMA for a commercial structure fire. C2,C1,E11, 12, E21, E22 and AMA from GAF and FLF responded. Investigation found a kitchen fire that the occupant put out with a fire extinguisher. E12s crew confirmed the fire was out and removed the smoke from the building with a PPV and all other units were advised to cancel. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 10 6 B
24 5 2/3 0234 6,000 block of Taylor Dr, Mundy Twp Dispatched on the 2nd alarm of a 3 alarm fire. E12 and E22 responded to assist with several commercial trucks on fire. Lieut Scott Martin (C,R) 6 3 B
25 1 2/4 0909 1,000 block of Elms Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a residential structure fire. C2, E21, E22, R1 & E12 responded with AMA from FLF and GAF. PD arrived to find light smoke upstairs. Investigation found three breakers were tripped in the circuit panel box. Since we were unable to determine the source of the electrical problem and/or isolate it, the main to the house was shut off. Homeowner was advised not to turn power back on until the source could be located. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 1 B
26 12 2/5 0748 7,000 block of Park Ridge Pkwy, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a residential fire alarm. While C1 was responding was advised of a false alarm. C1 arrived and confirmed no fire all other units were held at the station. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 4 4 B
27 12 2/5 1240 4,000 block of Kroger Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm. E11, E12, R1 & E21 responded. Investigation found a pull station activation with no incident. Capt Greg Warning (C,R) 7 1 B
28 18 2/11 0734 2,000 block of S Elms Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a CO alarm activation R1 & E21 responded. Investigation found readings at "0". Sgt Bill Samida (C)
Chief Dave Plumb (R)
7 0 2
29 13 2/11 1425 Beecher Rd/Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a entrapment, E21, E11, and R1 responded. Upon arrival, EMS was already on scene providing PT care. Once they gave the all clear, LT Bower and E11's crew extricated the PT by removing the drivers door using the spreaders and cutters. EMS and FD then removed the PT from the car. FD crews remained on scene until tow trucks removed both the car and the trailer. Lt. Austin Bower (C,R) 8 2 B
30 5 2/13 1553 4,000 block of Holiday Dr, Flint Twp Dispatched for a second alarm for a commercial structure fire.  E21 responded with 5 and remained on scene at their station 1 until cleared. Lt. Austin Bower (C,R) 8 5 B
31 12 2/14 0732 4,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm. R1 responded and was advised by GCCD that this was a false alarm and the alarm company advised the system should have been in test more. All other apparatus was cancelled. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 2 1 B
32 12 2/14 0941 7,000 block of Crosswinds, Clayton Twp Dispatched for residential fire alarm. C2, R1, E11 and E21 responded. Investigation found a malfunctioning unit, resident was advised to replace all the units due to age and unknown malfunction. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 1 B
33 12 2/15 0306 8,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm indicating water flow from the dry system. C1, C2, E12, E21, 22 responded. There was audible and visual alarm going off on the exterior of the building, but no smoke or flames visible. Investigation found no fire but there was water pouring from the ceiling. The suppression system was shut down and crews used brooms and shovels to move as much of the standing water as possible out through the garage door and assisted with general clean up and took several loads debris to the dumpster. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 8 4 B
34 3 2/15 1835 9,000 block of Sue Ln, Gaines Twp Dispatched AMA for a residential structure fire. C1,C2 responded. C1 located the incident location with no structure fire, owner was burning building material in their backyard. Incident was turned over to Gaines Twp C3 upon his arrival.  Chief Dave Plumb (R) 10 3 B
35 16 2/20 1923 Bristol Rd/Van Vleet, Clayton Twp Dispatched for wires arcing  R1, E11 and C2 responded and located a small fire at the top of a utility pole on the NE corner of the intersection. The small fire was near the insulator on a primary pole to pole line. No wires were down, The situation was referred to CE. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C,R) 7 4 1
36 2 2/21 0118 400 block of Dutch Mill Ct, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Fushing for a residential structure fire. E22 & E12 responded and remained on scene until cleared by IC Capt Greg Warning (R) 6 2 B
37 12 2/21 1256 2,000 block of Caranome Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a fire alarm. SCAFD was cancelled on dispatch. Lt 10 responded for the report Upon arrival the homeowner stated that the furnace went out so they were using a kerosene heater which set it of Lieut Scott Martin (C,R) 7 1 B
38 12 2/25 0757 5,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a fire alarm activation in a commercial building.C4, R1, & E12 responded. R1 & E-12 on location verifying that it was a false alarm due to testing the fire alarm system. C-4 left the incident with Sgt. 14. All units cleared the incident and returned to the station without incident. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 5 2 B
39 5 2/28 0456 3,000 block of Linden Rd, Flint Twp Dispatched on a 2nd alarm for a commercial structure fire. C1, C2 & E12 responded. Crews assisted with fire suppression and extensive overhaul. Crews remained working on scene until released by Flint Twp IC. While on location several Fire Alarms were tripped in close proximity to the fire. SC E11 and E21 investigated those alarms with no incident. Chief Dave Plumb (R) Structure Fire
Batt Chief Brendt Cole (C) Fire Alarms
4 6 B
March
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40 8 3/2 1842 4,000 block of Ita Ct, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a dryer that was smoking, E12 responded. Investigation found the belt was bad, unit was unplugged for maintenance. Lieut Scott Martin (C,R) 9 3 1
41 12 3/5 1841 7,000 Burniong Bush Ln, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a fire alarm. E21, E22 and E12 responded. E21's investigation found activation was due to cooking bacon (Yumm) Cleared and returned the units not on scene. Capt Greg Warning (C,R) 9 2 B
42 12 3/7 0746 9,000 block of Miller Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a Commercial fire alarm. R1 responded and found a false alarm due to burnt food. Rescue 1 cleared and returned. FF S. Fornari (C)
Capt Greg Warning (R)
7 1 B
43 12 3/13 1910 4,000 block of Hickory Ln, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a residential fire alarm. R1, E21 and E12 responded. R1 arrival with nothing showing. Investigation found hard wired smoke detectors, approx 15 yrs old with no sign of smoke or fire.  Resident advised to purchase new hard wired detectors because of the age of the current ones. Capt Greg Warning (C,R) 9 2 B
44 12 3/16 0838 4,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek  Dispatched for a commercial fire alarm. R1 responded and upon arrival found burnt food that set the alarm off All other units were canceled. Lieut Scott Martin (C,R) 5 1 B
45 1 3/16 1657 2,000 block of N. Sheridan Ave, Clayton Twp Dispatched with AMA from Flushing, Gaines and Venice for a residential structure fire. E21,E22,T23,R1,E12,E11 and C1 responded.E21 and Flushing C1, 1st arrival reported light smoke showing. Further investigation found fire contained to the basement, with heavy smoke throughout the structure. E21 arrival stretched a 1 3/4 line in the garage door down to the basement. Crews reported heavy smoke conditions with a small amount of fire. T23 supply to E21 on arrival. E22 ,R1 and E12's crew along with crews from Flushing began extensive overhaul and securing the utilities (propane and electric). E11, Gaines and Venice released. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 9 5 B
46 18 3/18 18:05 4,000 block of Virgina Ct, Swartz Creek Dispatched for an odor investigation. R1, C2 and E12 responded. Investigation with the gas meter on the exterior was functioning normally. Investigation in the basement revealed a very slight odor of what may have been natural gas, however the furnace and water heater were all operating normally. The homeowner was advised to call CE or a HVAC contractor for another evaluation. Assit. Chief Steven Tabit (C,R) 9 3 B
47 1 3/21 1834 8,000 block of Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a residential structure fire. R1, C2, ,C1, E11, E12, E21, E22, T23 responded with AMA from Flushing and Gaines. Investigation found only a slight haze and odor of smoke. All mutual aid units were requested to stand by at their stations, while the SCAFD units continued to conduct the investigation. There was no indication in the room, walls, or attic, that any fire had left the pellet stove. Assit. Chief Steven Tabit (C,R) 10 4 B
48 17 3/23 0922 4,000 block of Van Vleet Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched to assist a resident who had fell. Due to a ambulance shortage R1 and 3 POV's responded and assisted the resident into the their chair. It was determined the patient needed transport to the hospital so EMS was called. Assit. Chief Steven Tabit (C,R) 4 2 1
49 3 3/23 1808 7,000 blovk of S. Seymour Rd, Gaines Twp Dispatched AMA for a structure fire in Gaines, while en route Gaines IC, canceled all AMA units. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (R) 7 4 B
50 18 3/25 1748 1,000 block of N Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a CO alarm activation. E21 and R1 responded. Investigation found a faulty detector, all areas of the building where checked with zero readings. Sgt. Jacob Adams (C,R) 7 6 B
51 12 3/29 0718 7.000 block of Crosscreek Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a Residential Fire Alarm. E22 & R1 responded. Investigation found a faulty detector. Resident was advised to have detectors replaced. Sgt. Sedric Fornari (C,R) 3 2 B
52 16 3/30 0915 5,000 block of Greeleaf Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched to report of arcing wires. E11& R1 responded, Investigation was unable to locate. All units cleared. Sgt. Sedric Fornari (C,R) 5 3 1
53 12 3/31 1153 1 Dragon Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a reported Commercial Fire Alarm. R1, E12 & E21 responded to find system was being worked on and there was no fire. Sgt Sawyer Tabit (C,R) 3 3 B
April
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54 2 4/6 1836 400 block of Sleepy Hollow Dr, Flushing Dispatched for AMA to a reported structure fire in the City of Flushing. Flushing C1 arrived on scene and cancelled all AMA. Assit. Chief Steven Tabit (C,R) 5 6 B
55 5 4/8 2214 4,000 block of Riske & 3,000 block of Lindenlane, Flint Twp Dispatched mutual aid on a 2nd alarm for a commercial structure fire. C1, E12 & E22 responded. Crews assisted with search, ventilation, as crews were clearing incident were directed for a 2nd possible commercial structure fire in the 3,000 block of Lindenlane, E12 & C1 investigated and found it to be a steam vent. No fire was found. Chief Dave Plumb, (R) 8 6 B
56 18 4/10 1803 600 block of Hickory Ln, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a strong smell of natural gas in the home. R1, E12, E21 responded. Upon arrival homeowner advised they had bumped the burner to the gas stove. All units were cleared. Sgt. Sedric Fornari (C,R) 6 3 1
57 2 4/12 1026 300 block of Sunrise, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing for a car on fire inside an attached garage.C2, E12 & E22 responded. E22 brought in a 5-inch supply line from a hydrant 300 feet west of the fire and crews assisted with suppression. E12 provided personnel and air supply, with C2 joining E12s crew and performed exterior overhaul. Assit. Chief Steven Tabit (R) 5 6 B
58 10 4/12 1426 Ingalls St/McLain St, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a recreational fire. C2 responded to find a resident burning yard waste, including wet leaves, in a fire ring in her yard. Resident was advised that having a recreational fire in a contained pit burning wood for recreation purposes was acceptable, however burning yard waste was not. Assit. Chief Steven Tabit (C,R) 3 5 1
59 12 4/12 1507 4,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek  Dispatched for a fire alarm. R1 & C2 responded. Upon arrival investigation found one of the road graders set the alarm off with the exhaust. All units cleared and returned. Lieut Scott Martin (C,R) 4 5 B
60 16 4/14 1738 8,000 block of Calkins Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for Arcing wires. E21 & C4 responded. Investigation found a secondary line down across the road down from pole to pole. Tested and no back feed. Removed the wire from the roadway and marked the poles with tape. Capt. Greg Warning (C,R) 5 5 2
61  4 4/15 1711 11,000 block of M21, Lennon Dispatched AMA to Venice Twp on a residential structure fire. C1, C2, Lt10, E22, E12 & T23 responded. C1 assumed operations, C2 & T23 assumed water supply, Lt 10 and E22/E12's crews began interior operations. Due to the high speed of winds, all crews were pulled from the building. Crews worked defensive operations until the bulk of the fire was extinguished by Corunna Ladder and then crews resumed interior operations until released by Venice IC. Chief Dave Plumb (R) 8 8 B
62 8 4/16 1500 3,000 block of Misty Creek Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a stove fire, while responding dispatch advised the home owner believed he put the fire out. C1, R1, E12 & E21 responded. E12's crew set up a positive ventilation fan from the rear sliding door to provide natural air flow with the outside winds. Capt. Rob Fitzpatrick (C,R) 6 7 B
63 12 4/17 2334 4,000 block of Kroger Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a commercial fire alarm activation with water flow. E12, R1, & E21 responded. R1 arrived to find nothing is showing but audible and visual alarms going off. After investigation, the fire alarm activated due to a malfunction of the air compressor. The fire alarm was silenced, but unable to reset the fire alarm to normal due to the malfunction. C4 advised the Facility Maintenance to conduct a "Fire Watch" every half hour until the fire alarm system is repaired. Batt Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 4 3 B
64 2 4/18 2343 5,000 block Thquamenon Trl, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing on a residential structure fire. E21 responded and was advised Flushing was tied up on another structure fire. E21 1st due arrived and confirmed fire was out and checked the home with a TI for extension. Capt. Greg Warning (R) 5 3 B
65 12 4/24 0515 7,000 block of Granda Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a report of a smoke detector activation R1, E21 responded. Investigation initaly found nothing showing. Sgt. 3 noted audible smoke detectors, with a strong smell of smoke throughout the second floor. Contact was made with tenant who had fallen asleep making food. E21's crew set up a positive pressure fan at the entrance to the building to ventilate the apartment. The apartment was cleared of remaining smoke. Sgt. Sedrick Fornari (C,R) 4 3 B
66 11 4/28 0956 8,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a smoke investigation, R1, E12 & E21 responded. Investigation found a burned up motor in a standup fan.  Sgt. Sedrick Fornari (C,R) 3 3 B
67 7 4/28 2200 Miller Rd/Elms Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a report of a vehicle fire, flames coming out of the passenger compartment, C2, R1, E11 and E21 responded, on arrival C2 reported the vehicle driving away. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 6 4 1
68 13 4/29 1328 Lennon Rd/Seymour Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a vehicle entrapment. C2, C4, R1, E11 & E21 at Seymour and Lennon. Crews arrived to find a 2-vehicle crash with both vehicles involved. It was determined the accident was not an entrapment. Personnel assisted EMS with loading the patient, traffic safety, and isolating the batteries in both vehicles. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 5 5 B
May
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69 5/1 1130 400 block fo Luce, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing for a clothes washer on fire. All responding apparatus from all agencies were cancelled shortly after the arrival of Flushing Car 1. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 9 4 B
70 12 5/4 2315 8,00 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched fir a commercial fire alarm. C4, E12, E21, E22 and R1 responded. Investigation found no fire. Batt Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 6 3 B
71 9 5/5 1008 EB I-69 @ Miller, Swartz Creek Dispatched to EB I-69 just west of Miller Road exit for a grass fire. C4, E11, G27 & R1 responded. Units arrived in the area and deemed it was unfounded, . While returning to the stations, G27 was investigating a possible garbage truck on fire on EB I-69 just west of Morrish Road exit. All units enroute to that location. G27 advised that it was coolant, no fire. All units canceled and returned to their respective stations without incident. Batt Chief Brendt Cole (C,R)      
72 9 5/9 1109 Morrish & Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a grass fire C2 ,E11 ,S16 & G27 responded. C2 along with Grass 27 arrived to find a grass fire covering an area about 30’ X 50’on the NE corner of the intersection. Grass 27 operated from the shoulder next to the fire and I positioned R1 east of the incident in the shoulder lane of Corunna Rd to provide traffic safety. Fre was extinguished and all other units were canceled. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 3 5 B
73 10 5/9 1433 6,000 block of Miller Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a recreational fire. R1/C2 & E11 responded. C2 arrived to find a recreational fire in an open fire pit in the back yard. There were sustained winds with gusts to over 30 mph, homeowner was advised that the fire needed to be extinguished. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 2 5 1
74 3 5/9 1523 9,000 block of Farmtree, Gaines Twp Dispatched AMA for a structure fire in Gaines. R1/C2, E12 & E22 responded. C2 1st to arrive established command and upgraded the fire to a working structure fire. After evaluating the fire conditions, a second alarm was requested. E12's crew stretched the first line to the C side of the building to knock down the exterior fire. Once hydrant water supply was established to E12, a second line was stretched into the attic space of the garage. SCAFD C2 transffered command to Gaines Chief 1 on his arrival and C2 assumed operations position. SCAFD's crew knocked the exterior fire, then advanced to the interior of the C side and began pulling ceiling to work on the attic fire and knocked the fire in the attic above the garage then moved inside to assist with extensive overhaul. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (R) 5 9 B
75 1 5/10 2145 4,000 block of Seymour Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched w/AMA from Flushing & Gaines for a residential structure fire. C2, C4, R1, E12 & E21 responded. Investigation found the fire was extinguished, so AMA departments were cancelled, and E-12 responded for overhaul. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 12 5 B
76 12 5/11 1523 4,000 block of Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a fire alarm. R1 responded. Upon arrival investigation found one of the road graders set the alarm off with the exhaust. All units cleared and returned. Sgt Bill Samida (C)
Batt Chief Brendt Cole (R)
6 6 B
77 9 5/12 1418 Duffield Rd/Miller Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a grass fire in the area. C2,R1,E11,S16 and G27 responded. Investigation found a homeowner burning out his ditch. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 6 4 1
78 3 5/13 1145 Seymour Rd/Baldwin Rd, Gaines Twp Dispatched to assist Gaines Twp fire on a rollover entrapment. Before any Swartz Creek unit could go enroute. Gaines Twp IC cancelled the request. Chief Dave Plumb (R) 3 2 B
79 18 5/14 0028 6,000 block of Arlington, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a odor investigation. R1,S16,E21 responded. Investigation found 0 readings throughout the building FF Dominic Fornari (C)
Chief Dave Plumb (R)
5 0 1
80 18 5/14 1205 7,000 block of S Fork Dr, Clayton Twp Dispatched to a report of a natural gas leak. E21 & C1 responded. Investigation determined homeowner was operating a excavator to fix a sewage line and hit the natural gas line in the process. Situation was turned over to Consumers. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 2 2 2
81 11 5/15 0921 8,000 Corunna Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for smoke and smell of burning rubber at an autobody shop. E21 & R1.  G27 was requested to assist with extinguishment. Capt Greg Warning (C,R) 10 5 2
82 3 5/15 1919 10,000 block of Morrish Rd, Gaines Twp Dispatched AMA to Gaines Twp. for a residential structure fire. C2, E121 & T23 responded. Suppression teams conducted a transitional attack and knocked down all visible fire from the exterior. When it was safe to do so, crews entered the first floor from the A side of the building while another crew entered the second floor via an exterior stairway on the C side of the building to bring the fire under control. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (R) 8 6 B
83 18 5/16 1534 5,000 block fo McLain St, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a report of the electrical meter box smoking on the side of the residence. R1 & E12 responded. Investigation found that a contractor was attempting to apply a weather resistive barrier behind the electrical meter when the meter began arcing, sparking, and smoking. The homeowner had already shut off all breakers / power to the house prior to the Fire Department arrival. E12's crew utilized the thermal imaging camera (TIC) to assure no possible fire was caused by the sparking. Sgt. Sedrick Fornari (C,R) 5 3 1
84 3 5/17 2204 9,000 block of W Grand Blanc Rd, Gaines Twp Dispatched AMA to Gaines for a structure fire. C2, T23, & Lt 10 responded. Investigation found a single-story ranch home with heavy fire involvement on the C side of the building with an advanced fire in the attic and fire blowing from the gable ends on the B and D sides. SCAFD crews donned SCBA and stretched a 1 ¾” hose in the front door on the A side of the building. Crews conducted extensive overhaul while T23 supplied water for the duration of the incident. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (R) 7 5 B
85 3 5/18 0619 7,000 block of W Grand Blanc Rd, Gaines Twp Dispatched AMA to Gaines for a barn fire that is close to two other barns. C2, E12 & T23 responded and found and found a chicken coop that had already burned to the ground. Assit. Chief Steve Tabit (R) 3 6 B
86 8 5/21 0545 4,000 block of Raubinger Rd, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a dumpster fire. C1, R1 & E11 responded. Investigation found a bag of trash that was smoldering. E11s crew extinguished the bag and all units returned. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 4 4 1
87 8 5/22 1420 4,000 block of Roundhouse Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a report of a fire in the oven, R1, E12, E21 responded. Investigation found fire in the oven to be out E12s investigated further with a thermal imager, no fire extension outside of the oven was noted Sgt. Sedrick Fornari (C,R) 5 6 B
88 16 5/25 1319 Ingals St/Ford St, Swartz Creek Dispatched to arching wires. R1, Lt 10 responded. Investigation found it to be a phone cable, crews removed the hazard. Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 4 2 1
89 18 5/25 1810 Morrish Rd/Beecher Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched to assist CAPD with traffic control. E21, R1 & S16 responded and assisted until released. Sgt Jacob Adams (C,R) 5 2 2
90 17 5/31 1031 4,000 block of Van Vleet Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched to for a lift assist. Resident originally only wanted help into bed. Crews requested EMS for evaluation and transport Lieut. Scott Martin (C,R) 2 3 1
                   
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91 18 6/1 1704 1,000 block of N Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a ammonia tank rolled over in the road way. E21 , E22 and R1 responded. On arrival crews found a tractor pulling a corn planter and ammonia tank slid off the road while turning into a driveway. All tank valves were closed and the tank was not leaking. PD requested Grays towing. SCAFD remained on scene until the ammonia tank was stood back up and the planter was pulled out of the ditch both by Grays. All units cleared and the road was reopened without incident. Lieut. Austin Bower (C,R) 5 4 2
92 8 6/3 1132 7,000 block of Potter Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a lawn mower on fire. E21, E22 and R1 responded and used a water can to extinguish the fire. Sgt Jake Adams (C,R) 5 3 2
93 18 6/3 2000 8,000 block of Crapo St, Swartz Creek SCAFD crews stood by for Fireworks. No incidents took place during the incident. Capt Greg Warning (C,R) 9 4 B
94 12 6/4 0513 7,000 block of Lindsey Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a report of a fire alarm. R1, E12, E21 responded. Investigation found no smoke seen or smelled. Crews also investigated with the thermal imager was utilized and nothing was found. Sgt. Sedrick Fornari (C,R) 4 2 B
95 1 6/5 2001 2,000 block of Caranome Dr, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for a report of a structure fire. E21, E22, E23, E12, R1 and C2 responded with AMA from Flushing and Gaines. Investigation found that an electrical issue with an outlet caused the back of the couch to catch fire. The homeowner extinguished the fire with a in home fire extinguisher. All units not on scene was cancelled.  Assit Chief Steve Tabit (C)
Lieut. Austin Bower (R)
10 6 B
96 18 6/9 2148 5,000 block of Daval Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched to a CO alarm activation. C2, E12 and R1 responded. E12's crew tested for CO and readings throughout were zero.
Assit Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 9 5 1
97 10 6/11 2325 4,000 block of Van Vleet Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a open burn by an anonymous caller. E11 & LT7 responded. Upon arrival, SCAFD crew were met by the homeowner in the driveway stating he had called in a burn permit and had a hose at the fire. Investigation found no illegal burning materials in the fire and a very small fire in the back yard. Lieut. Austin Bower (C,R) 8 1 2
98 8 6/13 1118 7,000 block of Corunna Rd,  Clayton Twp Dispatched for a report of a shed on fire. R1, C4 and G27 responded. Investigation found a unauthorized burn. The individual on scene was advised of the violation and due to the burn being complete, was advised any additional materials applied to the fire would result in a ordinance ticket being issued.  Batt. Chief Cole (C,R) 5 2 B
99 1 6/13 1940 4,000 S Sheridan, Clayton Twp Dispatched along with AMA for a structure fire. E11, E12, E21, E22, T23 & R1 responded. Investigation found a smoldering mattress in the rear bedroom of the mobile home. R1 and E12 crew used a water can to extinguish the fire and the PPV fan was set up at the front door. The mattress and box spring were removed to the exterior of the home. Assit Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 9 8 B
100 2 6/14 0143 7,000 block of Stanley Rd, Flushing Dispatched AMA to Flushing for a report of a house and truck on fire. E22 & E12 responded. Upon arrival SC crews were utilized in fire suppression in the attic and overhaul through the garage. E22 was used to supply water to Flushing's engine. Capt. Greg Warning (R) 4 5 B
101 16 6/16 1952 11,000 block of Calkins Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched for smoke coming from the woods behind the address, possibly involving the powerlines. E21, R1, and C4 responded. On arrival, E21 found a secondary wire had been pulled down by a tree in the wind. Both ends were wrapped up in the trees and the breaker was tripped. E21 personnel taped off the area, notified the residents to stay away from the area, and had radio contact consumers. Lieut. Austin Bower (C,R) 8 4 2
102 18 6/17 2214 5,000 block of School Street, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a residential fire alarm. R1 & E12 responded. Investigation found the alarm activation was due to faulty batteries.  Sgt. Sedrick Fornari, (C,R) 4 3 1
103 11 6/17 2232 4,000 block of Kroger Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched  for a report of a smoke / burning smell inside the building. R1, E21 & E12 responded. Investigation found to be a air-conditioning unit, when activated, was pushing a burning smell into the said area inside. All power to the AC unit was removed via breakers, and staff contacted the building maintenance. Sgt. Sedrick Fornari, (C,R) 4 4 B
104 5 6/18 0014 1,000 block of Mill Creek Rd, Flint Twp Dispatched for a third alarm to Flint Twp on a structure fire. Original assignment was to backup fill Flint Twp's station, E21 responded and was moved up to go direct to the scene and assisted with suppression and overhaul. Lieut. Austin Bower (C,R) 4 4 B
105 12 6/18 0834 4,000 block of Kroger Dr, Swartz Creek Dispatched for a report of an alarm going of. R1, E12 and E21 responded., Investigation found a unit with the heat on causing dust to activate the alarm. Maintenance was notified and was going to contact someone to repair. Sgt. Sedrick Fornari, (C)
Capt. Greg Warning (R)
3 3 B
106 1 6/21 1447 3,000 block of S. Duffield Rd, Clayton Twp Dispatched with AMA from Flushing, Gaines and Venice for a barn fire. C4, R1, E11, E12, E21, T23 responded Arrival found a 70x40 pole barn with a setback of approximately 220' from Duffield Road with heavy smoke showing. C4 (IC) and Requested a 2nd alarm for tankers. Crews stretched a 2 1/2" attack line to the Alpha Side entry door.  Due to the low manpower and heat index of approximately 100 degrees, IC requested a 3rd Alarm for manpower only. Once the majority of the fire was knocked down, interior operations resumed with extinguishment and overhaul operations. Extensive overhaul operations took place to ensure the fire was out. Batt. Chief Cole (C,R) 7 6 B
107 10 6/24 2149 Pine Run/Creekway, Clayton Twp Dispatched for a out of control open burn. C2 & E1 responded and were not able to locate any incident. Assist. Chief Stephen Tabit (C) 4 3 1
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