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Ambulances Called for Possible Heroin Overdose, Multiple Unresponsive Residents

Information provided by the Chelmsford Fire Department.

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The following incidents were provided by the Chelmsford Fire Department, taking place between June 15 and June 21.

Sunday, June 15
  • A Lowell woman passed out on Independence Drive, prompting the arrival of an ambulance at the scene.
  • An elderly man fell and struck his head after suffering weakness on Dalton Road.
Monday, June 16
  • On Blaisdell Road, a 48-year-old Lowell woman was found unresponsive, requiring an ambulance.
  • Though no smoke or fire was showing, a sparking wire was coming from a fan on Bartlett Street.
  • A 13-year-old boy suffered a cut to the lip at the Little League fields on Chelmsford Street.
  • At 8:55 p.m. on Littleton Road, an 18-month-old boy suffered from a high fever.
Tuesday, June 17
  • At Einstein Bagels on Drum Hill Road, a female customer from Dracut suffered a laceration.
  • On Danforth Lane, a 17-year-old male hooked himself onto a car seat, requiring assistance.
Wednesday, June 18
  • An ambulance responded to Richardson Road for an elderly woman who took a fall.
  • Crews responded to Billerica Road for a one-week-old baby with a high pulse rate.
  • An ambulance was required to Billerica Road for an unresponsive 48-year-old woman.
  • A 47-year-old man was found unresponsive on Manning Road.
Thursday, June 19
  • Firefighters responded to Billerica Road for a possible vehicle fire.
  • A 16-year-old suffered a twisted knee on Wotton Lane at the Southwell Fields.
Friday, June 20
  • Past damage to a town owned vehicle was reported to the Chelmsford Police Department.
Saturday, June 21
  • On Mill Road, crews were called to the scene for a "bad crash" with injuries reported. The crash involved a vehicle from Carlisle.
  • A man possibly overdosing on heroin was reported on Littleton Road.

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