Clanton Fire Department reports for the week of March 18, 2013

Published 3:51pm Tuesday, March 19, 2013

The following are Clanton Fire Department incidents for March 6-12:

March 6
•General illness: Chilton Place Shopping Center
•Chest pain: 1400 Block Second Ave. N.

March 7
•General illness: 1700 Block Kincheon Road
•Choking: 200 Block Inverness Drive
•Motor vehicle accident: Interstate 65 N. at Mile Marker 203
•Vehicle fire: 2500 Block Seventh St. S.
•Public assist: 1600 Block Lay Dam Road
•Altered mental status: 1700 Block Kincheon Road
•Seizure: 2500 Block Seventh St. S.

March 8
•Chest pain: 700 Block Inverness Drive
•Motor vehicle accident: Seventh St. S. and Poplar Springs Road
•Vehicle fire: 16th St. and 4th Ave. N.
•Motor vehicle accident: Interstate 65 N. at Mile Marker 208

March 9
•Chest pain: 1200 Block Fourth Ave. N.
•Altered mental status: 1600 Block Lay Dam Road
•Altered mental status: 600 Block Clanton Market Place
•Stroke: 1000 Block Second Ave. S.

March 10
•Vehicle fire: 2500 Block County Road 18 W.
•General illness: 200 Block Second Ave. S.

March 11
•Chest pain: 2500 Block Lay Dam Road
•Public assist: 800 Block Scott Drive
•Difficulty breathing: 800 Block Third St. N.
•Stroke: 800 Block Darner Lane
•Altered mental status: 3000 Block Seventh St. N.
•Chest pain: 1300 Block Second Ave. N.
•Fuel spill: 400 Block Lay Dam Road
•Motor vehicle accident: Interstate 65 S. at Mile Marker 208

March 12
•Difficulty breathing: 900 Block Shannon Drive
•Chest pain: 1000 Block Lay Dam Road

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