Possible Overdose, Waiting Room Fall and Smoke in the Woods

Information provided by the Chelmsford Fire Department.

Chelmsford firefighters fielded a variety of calls in recent days.
Chelmsford firefighters fielded a variety of calls in recent days.
The following incidents were provided by the Chelmsford Fire Department, taking place between March 31 and April 5.

Monday, March 31
  • At 11:20 a.m. firefighters and police arrived on Chelmsford Street for a motor vehicle crash with no reported injuries.
  • A confused elderly woman was reported on Nashoba Drive.
Tuesday, April 1
  • On Princeton Street, EMTs were called at 2:29 p.m. for a man who passed out.
  • At 8:07 p.m. a request came in to dispatch for a transport on Technology Drive.
Wednesday, April 2
  • At 6:44 a.m. on Warren Ave. a motor vehicle crash was reported involving a Chelmsford driver. Possible injuries were reported.
  • A 77-year-old woman suffered a possible allergic reaction on Hitching Post Road.
  • Residents on Research Place reported a possible burning smell on the first floor.
  • An investigation was conducted on Crooked Spring Road for a gallon sized jug with an unknown liquid inside.
  • At 6:15 p.m. firefighters received multiple calls for water in the basement of homes on Proctor Road.
Thursday, April 3
  • On Chruch Street, an ambulance was called for an unresponsive man in the residence.
  • A woman on Littleton Road possibly overdosed on drugs, sending an ambulance to the scene.
Friday, April 4
  • A patient fell in the waiting room of a surgery center on Research Place.
  • Firefighters were called to Littleton Road for a report of smoke in the woods.
Saturday, April 5
  • An ambulance was requested to Chelmsford Street where an eight-month-old child fell.
  • On Lantern Lane a 46-year-old woman suffered a shoulder injury due to a fall.
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