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Car Fires, Grass Fires, Fires: Oakdale Fire Blotter

A report of some of the incidents responded to by the Oakdale Fire Department.

The Oakdale Fire Department responded to 34 incidents between Nov. 3 and Nov. 9. 

Here are some incidents reported and responded to by the Oakdale Fire Department:

Nov. 3

  • 1200 block of Geneva Avenue, fire alarm report.
  • 6300 block of Upper 48th Street, medical call.
  • 6700 block of 15th Street, grass fire.
  • 6900 block of 10th Street, medical call involving a fall.
  • Hilton Trail and Highway 36, vehicle fire report.

Nov. 4

  • 4000 block of Geneva Avenue, medical call.
  • Hilton Trail and Highway 36, motor vehicle accident report.
  • 4300 block of Hamlet Avenue, medical call.

Nov. 5

  • 400 block of Grovner Avenue medical call involving a fall.
  • 1100 block of Hadley Avenue, medical call involving a fall.
  • 6300 block of Upper 35th Street, medical call involving a fall.
  • I-694, vehicle fire.
  • I-694 and Highway 5, motor vehicle accident.
  • 4100 block of Geneva Avenue, medical call report.
  • 2200 block of Grafton Avenue, grass fire.

Nov. 6

  • 4900 block of Hamlet Avenue, alarm.

Nov. 7

  • 6700 block of First Street, fire.
  • 6600 block of Fourth Street, medical call.

Nov. 8

  • 8300 block of Ninth Street, medical alarm report.
  • 1000 block of Helmo Avenue, medical call.
  • 1700 block of Granada Avenue, medical call.
  • 7000 block of 24th Street, medical call.
  • 2400 block of Grenadier Avenue, fire report.
  • 1300 block of Granite Avenue, fire.
  • 7000 block of Stillwater Boulevard, fire alarm.
  • 8100 block of Fourth Street, medical call.
  • Highway 36 and Hadley Avenue, motor vehicle accident.
  • 6500 block of Upper 22nd Street, medical call.
  • 6700 block of Fifth Street, medical call involving a fall.
  • 7800 block of 32nd Street, fire alarm.

Nov. 9

  • 3800 block of Granada Avenue, medical call.
  • 3300 block of Hadley Avenue, medical call.
  • 1000 block of Helmo Avenue, medical call.
  • 1700 block of Geneva Avenue, medical call.

 

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