COLUMBUS FIRE LOG

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Columbus new rescue truck arrives

Columbus Fire Department personnel look over a new fire truck at the fire station Friday. The new rescue truck replaces a 1991 truck and will be used on a variety of calls.




June 2: 8:26 p.m.—The Columbus Fire Department responded to N4770 Jones Road for power lines down with a tree branch on fire. It used 50 gallons of water and ½ gallon of foam to put the fire out.

June 2: 8:50 p.m.—The Columbus Fire Department responded to a possible tree on fire from power lines touching it on Highway 73. The fire was out upon the chief’s arrival and no other units responded.

June 4: 1:07 p.m.—The Columbus Fire Department responded to a woman on fire on the patio at 550 River Road. The fire was out upon the chief’s arrival and no other units responded.

June 4: 11:30 p.m.—The Columbus Fire Department responded to a report of a small fire in a pickup truck on Dix Street. The fire was out upon the chief’sarrival and no other units responded.

June 8: 3:09 p.m.—The Columbus Fire Department responded to W11042 Van Buren Road for light smoke in a house. The source was located on a stove downstairs, gas was shut off and the house was ventilated.

June 9: 8:55 p.m.—The Columbus Fire Department responded to North Lewis Street for a power line down across the road. The department blocked off traffic in both directions until the Columbus Water and Light Department got on scene.

June 14: 12:23 p.m.—The Columbus Fire Department responded to 210 Dix St., for a fire alarm going off from a water sprinkler pipe that had broken in the back room of the store. The department assisted in helping remove the water from the building.

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