Mansfield Fire and EMS Log: Gas Leaks, Grease Fire and Collisions

The following is from the Mansfield Fire Department's Log.

The Mansfield Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services responded to a total of 52 calls last week.

May 17

6:31 a.m. Caller reported for downed wires arching and sparking. Mansfield firefighters cleared the area while the Light Department fixed the issue.

May 18

7:39 a.m. Mansfield Police reported a construction company hit a gas line while digging. Mansfield firehelped clear the area while Bay State Gas reported that there was no danger to the surrounding houses. Mansfield firefighters confirmed that there were no readings of  a dangerous leak.

9:02 a.m. State Police reported a motor vehicle collision on Route 95 North  prior to Route 495 exit. One patient was transported to Sturdy Memorial Hospital.

May 19

7:08 a.m. Mansfield Fire and EMS responded to a call reporting a fire in Mansfield Crossing’s building D. It was found to be a grease fire in Qdoba. The fire was put out and the smoke from the incident was ventilated.

7:50 a.m. State police reported finding a disorientated male with a wound in his back on Route 495 North between exits 11 and 12. They found his vehicle later, and he was transported to a local hospital.

12:19 p.m. Gas company requested an EMS transport after a worker had one of his finger tips “amputated” during work on Branch Street. Said worker was transported to the Rhode Island Hospital.

May 20

12:10 a.m. Norton Fire requested an ambulance for an accident at the Bedrock Granite company in Norton after a motor vehicle collision. Mansfield’s ambulance was the fourth on the scene after a vehicle struck a pole.

1:53 p.m. Callers reported a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Copeland Drive and Chauncy Street. No seroius injuries were reported and patients refused transport to a local hospital. Fluid leaks were found and mitigated with speedy dry.


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