At 11:27 PM we were requested by Silver Waters Ambulance to setup a Mercy Flight Landing Zone at the scene of a motor vehicle accident at Lake Road and North Geneva Road. Our response consists of our 3rd Assistant Chief and 9 members. We were back in service at 11:58 PM.
At 1:31 PM we dispatched for a controlled burn that got out of control. The fire was extinguished. Responding to the call were 3 Chiefs and 21 members. We were back in service at 2:13 PM.
At 10:25 PM we were dispatched to a residence with water in their basement up to the bottom stair step on Boyd Road. We pumped the water out of their basement. We had our 2nd Chief and 7 members respond. We were back in service at 11:28 PM.
At 10:27 AM we were called to assist Alton Ambulance with lifting on North Geneva Road. We had 2 firefighters answered the call. We were back in service at 10:35 AM.
At 4:26 AM we were dispatched for a CO2 Detector Activation on Boyd Road. It was determined that it was a faulty detector. We had 3 Chiefs and 7 firefighters responded to the call. We were back in service at 5:09 AM.
At 6:58 PM our Firefighter Assist and Search Team (FAST) was dispatched via Automatic Mutual Aid (AMA) to a house with sparks and smoke coming from electrical box on Gray Street in North Rose. The North Rose Chief canceled our response when he arrived at the scene. We had our 1st Assistant Chief and 12 members respond to the call. We were back in service at 7:02 PM.
At 2:58 PM we were dispatched via Automatic Mutual Aid (AMA) with Sodus for CO2 Detector Activation on Curtis Avenue. Sodus Command instructed us to standby in our hall. Our Chief and 4 firefighters responded to the call. We were back in service at 3:13 PM.
At 11:30 AM we were called to assist Alton Ambulance with lifting on Shaker Road. Our 1st Assistant Chief and 1 firefighter answered the call. We were back in service at 11:55 AM.
At 12:45 AM were called out for a possible electrical fire. The caller stated they could smell and see some smoke and thought it might be electric. The cause was a problem with the heat tape on the water pipes. We had our 2nd Assistant Chief and 5 firefighters at the scene. We were back in service at 1:40 AM.
At 5:06 PM we were called out with Sodus via Automatic Mutual Aid (AMA) to a Rotterdam Road with caller reporting a lot of smoke in the area. Sodus command on arrival stated the smoke was from an outdoor wood stove. We had 2 chiefs 4 firefighters respond to the call. We were back in service at 5:10 PM.