Oakdale-Riverbank Fire Calls 6-9-21 – Riverbank News

The adhering to is a listing of some of the regional phone calls for company involving the Modesto Hearth Division, which staffs Stations 27 and 28 in Oakdale and the Stanislaus Consolidated Hearth Section, masking the Riverbank space.

Phone calls have been logged through the time interval of Tuesday, June 1 through Monday, June 7. Days not detailed had no experiences of major incidents in this space.



11:08 a.m. – Modesto E27, E28 and Modesto BC5 responded to a site visitors collision at Crane Highway and Patterson Road in Oakdale. Two people had been transported with significant injuries to a local hospital.

8:16 p.m. – Modesto E29, E28, E27 and Modesto BC5 and Main 3 responded to a report of a car incident in the 15000 block of Orange Blossom Highway in Oakdale. Crews arrived to come across a one automobile accident with a few sufferers trapped inside of the automobile. Crews worked to extricate the sufferers and following an prolonged extrication, two people were being flown out by two individual air ambulances to region hospitals.

10:50 p.m. – Modesto E9 and BC5 and Stanislaus Consolidated Q22 responded to experiences of a auto in the canal at Terminal and Claus. Crews arrived on scene and checked the auto and did not discover any occupants.



4:42 p.m. – Motor 28, Engine 27, Motor 29 and BC5 responded to a motor vehicle incident on Freeway 120 east of Oakdale. Crews found a single vehicle associated with minor accidents. CHP investigating



Brush 28 assisted Cal Fireplace with a vegetation hearth in the location of Milton and Pacheco roadways.



5:17 p.m. – Engine 28 responded to a auto fire on East G Avenue and Hallman Lane in Oakdale. The Stanislaus County FIU is investigating.

6:01 p.m. – Modesto Fire Department and Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Office responded to a operating composition hearth on Lasso Court docket in Oakdale. The fireplace was in a detached garage with a home earlier mentioned the garage. The hearth was contained to the residence. A single occupant experienced burn off accidents and was transported by air ambulance to a burn off centre. The result in of the hearth is less than investigation by the Stanislaus County FIU.



1:11 p.m. – Modesto and Stanislaus Consolidated units responded to a documented doing work structure fire in the 200 block of Santa Fe. On arrival crews found a well involved motor property that was threatening two other journey trailers. The hearth was contained to the motor residence with warmth problems to the two other travel trailers. Stanislaus Regional FIU is conducting the investigation.

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