Clanton Fire reports for the week of July 10, 2012.

Published 11:31am Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The following are Clanton Fire Department incidents for June 27-July 3:

June 27
•Chest pain: 20 block, Fourth Avenue South
•Chest pain: 2200 block, County Road 18 West
•Motor vehicle accident: Interstate 65, Mile Marker 208 North Bound

June 28
•Person down: Interstate 65, Mile Marker 201 South Bound
•Structure fire: 100 block, County Road 509
•Overdose: 1700 block, Mt. Pleasant Road
•Structure fire: 2600 block, Lay Dam Road

June 29
•General illness: 1700 block, Mt. Pleasant Road
•Unresponsive: 100 block, Camille Court
•Heat related illness: Clanton City Park
•Motor vehicle accident: Airport Road and Lay Dam Road
•Motor vehicle accident: 500 block, Seventh Street South

June 30
•Unresponsive: 300 block, Fourth Avenue South
•General illness: 3600 block, Seventh Street North
•General illness: 2100 block, Holiday Inn Drive

July 1
•Public assist: 100 block, Thompson Avenue
•Difficulty breathing: 3000 block, Seventh Street North
•Chest pain: 300 block, City Street
•General illness: 3000 block, Seventh Street North
•General illness: 300 block, Airport Road

July 2
•Abdominal pain: 1200 block, Fourth Avenue North
•Motor vehicle accident: 800 block, Seventh Street North
•Natural gas leak: 200 block, First Street North

July 3
•Difficulty breathing: 200 block, Martha Street
•Medical alarm: 4000 block, Seventh Street North
•Seizure: Chilton Place Shopping Center
•Vehicle fire: 100 block, Seventh Street South
•Altered mental status: Interstate 65, Mile Marker 208 North Bound
•Grass fire: 100 block, Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
•Seizure: 1200 block, Fourth Avenue North

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