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Grass Fire, Gas Smell, Car Fire Report: Oakdale Fire Blotter

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

The Oakdale Fire Department responded to 31 incidents between Sept. 1 and Aug. 7, including 23 medical calls. 

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

Sept. 1

  • 60 block of Aspen Point, medical call.
  • 6000 block of 52nd Street, medical call.

Sept. 2

  • 1000 block of Geneva Avenue, possible car fire report.
  • 4100 block of Gershwin Avenue, medical call.
  • 1200 block of Hadley Avenue, medical call.
  • 6700 block of Gretchen Lane, medical call.
  • 8300 block of Third Street, medical call.

Sept. 3

  • 3500 block of Gershwin Place, medical call.

Sept. 4

  • 3600 block of Gershwin Lane, medical call.
  • 800 block of Geneva Avenue, medical call.
  • 6100 block of Upper 51st Street, medical call.
  • 1000 block of Gershwin Avenue, medical call involving a fall.

Sept. 5

  • Geneva Avenue and 48th Street, car accident report.
  • 3700 block of Granada Court, medical call.
  • 1700 block of Helena Road, gas smell report.
  • 6700 block of Fourth Street, medical call.
  • Mutual aid call to Maplewood.

Sept. 6

  • 6500 block of 53rd Street, medical call.
  • 1200 block of Hadley Avenue, medical alarm.
  • 7000 block of 10th Street, medical call.
  • 4000 block of Geneva Aveue, medical call.
  • 1600 block of Granda Avenue, medical call.
  • 4900 block of Grenwich Trail, medical call.
  • 5300 block of Helena Road, medical call involving a fall.
  • 2600 block of Hilo Avenue, fire report.
  • Hadley Avenue and Highway 36, car accident report.

Sept. 7

  • Upper 28th Sreet and Granite Avenue, grass fire.
  • 2700 block of Gresham Avenue, fire.
  • 4100 block of Gershwin Avenue, medical call.
  • 6700 block of 29th Street, medical call.
  • 44th Street and Hadley Avenue, medical call. 

 

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