Clanton Fire Department reports for the week of July 15, 2013

Published 11:38am Wednesday, July 17, 2013

The following are Clanton Fire Department incidents for July 3-9:

July 3
•Childbirth: 200 Block 14th St. S.
•Altered mental status: 4000 Block Seventh St. N.

July 4
•Assault: 3900 Block Old Henry Road
•Extremity injury: 1000 Block Second Ave.  S.
•Animal bite: 600 Block First Ave.
•Pedestrian struck by vehicle: 1400 Block Second Ave.  S.

July 5
•Assault: 100 Block Trilliam Lane
•Fire alarm: 2500 Block Seventh St. S.
•Assault: Town Mart
•Fire alarm: 2500 Block Seventh St. S.
•Syncope: Taylor St. and Taylor Ave.
•Cardiac arrest: Clanton Market Place
•Chest pain: 900 Block Enterprise Road

July 6
•Blood pressure check: 4000 Block County Road 495
•Power line down: 300 Block Pinedale Road
•Seizure: 100 Block Courtney Trailer Park
•Fire alarm: 600 Block Second Ave.  N.
•Chest pain: 800 Block Ola St.
•Altered mental status: Lake Mitchell Road and Interstate 65

July 7
•Unresponsive: 500 Block Seventh St. S.
•Chest pain: 100 Block Sixth St. S.
•General illness: 1300 Second Ave.  N.

July 8
•General illness: 2800 Block Seventh St. S.
•Motor vehicle accident: Seventh St. S. and Sixth St. S.
•Difficulty breathing: 100 Block 14th St. S.
•Transformer fire: 700 Block Airport
•Fire alarm: 600 Block Second Ave.  N.
•Stroke: 200 Block Thompson Ave.

July 9
•Smoke investigation: 200 Block Willis Circle
•Choking: 100 Block Morris Ave.
•Difficulty breathing: 200 Block Second Ave.  N.
•Seizure: 1100 Block Littlejohn Road
•Motor vehicle accident: Enterprise Road and Logan Road
•Overdose: 100 Block Peach Tree Lane
•General illness: 100 Block Peach Tree Lane
•Traumatic injury: 700 Block Keystone Drive
•Altered mental status: 1000 Block Jasper Dennis Road

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