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Casper Fire-EMS blotter: one transported in downtown rollover, aid provided in Mills structure fire

(File Photo; Trevor T. Trujillo, Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — A vehicle rollover Sunday morning resulted in one patient being transported to Banner Wyoming Medical Center with injuries, said Captain Patrick McJunkin in the agency’s live update Sunday morning. The crash occurred around 4:30 a.m. around East Second and Wolcott Streets.

There were 29 calls for service overall during the first 24 hours of “B” Platoon’s 48-hour shift, McJunkin said.

Smoke from a malfunctioning mechanical appliance in a hotel utility room triggered a fire alarm and structure fire response Saturday, McJunkin said. Multiple units responded initially to the call on the 1100 block of North Poplar Street. Had a major fire event occurred, the multi-level hotel would present a complex challenge to firefighters in terms of ensuring full evacuation and accessing and attacking the fire.

Crews also assisted the Natrona County Fire District with a hiking injury at Rotary Park on Saturday.

Casper Fire-EMS also provided mutual aid to Mills Fire Department in a structure fire response around 7:00 p.m., though Mills crews had the incident “well under control” when Engine 1 arrived, McJunkin said.