Busy morning for the Green River Fire Department

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Wyo4news Staff, [email protected] [FACEBOOK]

GREEN RIVER, WYOMING — At 2:42 a.m. this morning, the Green River Fire Department was dispatched to Love’s Travel Stop in Jamestown for a carbon monoxide alarm.

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Upon arrival, Assistant Fire Chief Bill Robinson, Castle Rock Ambulance, and Engine 2 with Lieutenant Austin Rider and 5 firefighters discovered the leak was coming from the carbon dioxide lines for the fountain drink system. Green River Fire was able to get the system shut down and isolated the leak. After ventilating the area, re-entry was allowed for employees and customers.

There were no injuries and business was able to resume at the Love’s Travel Stop.

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At 5:40 this morning, the Green River Fire Department and Castle Rock Ambulance Service were dispatched to a report of smoke in an apartment on Cumorah. Upon arrival, Green River Assistant Fire Chief Bill Robinson along with the Green River Police Department were able to determine there was no active fire, all though the apartment was found with smoke inside.

Engine 2 with Captain Jeb Burnett and 5 firefighters entered and ventilated the apartment. Through investigation, a faulty baseboard heater was found to be the cause. There were no injuries to the residents of the apartment and no damage to the surrounding apartments. The apartment was released back to the resident after it was safe to re-enter.

The Green River Fire Department would like to thank Castle Rock Ambulance as well as Green River Police Department and Sweetwater Combined Communications Center for their assistance with these types of calls. Working together results in a safe outcome for all residents and businesses.

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