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Firefighters Respond as Woman Burned by Antifreeze, Man Suffers Drug Overdose

Information provided by the Chelmsford Fire Department.

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The following incidents were provided by the Chelmsford Fire Department, taking place between July 6 and July 12.

Sunday, July 6
  • At 10:00 a.m. firefighters were called to Summer Street for a person stuck in an elevator.
  • Firefighters investigated a possible illegal burning on Princeton Street.
Monday, July 7
  • An ambulance was requested on Temi Road for a 14-year-old girl who passed out.
  • On Chelmsford Street a four-year-old boy was unable to walk, requiring an ambulance.
  • Firefighters responded to Parkhurst Road for an unresponsive elderly woman.
Tuesday, July 8
  • At 12:55 a.m. a 29-year-old man fell and struck his head, requiring an ambulance to Dunstable Road.
  • Inside a medical facility on Research Place, an elderly woman fell and required medical attention.
  • A motor vehicle accident occurred on I-495 South. The rollover accident involving a Lowell resident resulted in injuries.
  • On Warren Ave., a man fell about 10 feet from a tree branch, suffering injuries.
Wednesday, July 9
  • At 1:00 a.m. on Wellman Ave. a two-year-old boy was having difficulty breathing.
  • On Drum Hill Road, a propane tank on a fork lift suffered a broken hose.
  • An ambulance was called to Billerica Road when a woman was burned by anti-freeze.
  • A transformer was sparking on Misty Meadow Road, requiring a crew to the scene.
Thursday, July 10
  • Firefighters were called to mutual aid at 4:11 a.m. in the City of Lowell.
  • At 7:09 a.m. a firefighter suffered a foot injury while on duty.
Friday, July 11
  • A possible structure fire was reported on Marose Ave.
  • On Kensington Drive, a 22-year-old man was found unconscious following a drug overdose.
Saturday, July 12
  • Emergency services were required for an unresponsive 75-year-old woman on Carolyn Ave.

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