Prince Albert Fire Department 76 - 15th Street East Prince Albert, SK S6V 1E8 Phone: (306) 953-4200 Fax: (306) 922-2272
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On April 15/14 at approx. 12:38pm the Prince Albert Fire Department responded to the Gateway Mall upper parking lot for a motor vehicle collision. Crews cleaned up the fluids and debris from the accident and reported that one person was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.
On April 15, 2014 at approx. 4:49pm the Prince Albert Fire Department to a 2 vehicle MVC on highway 2. Two miles North of St. Louis, Sask. Two vehicles travelling in opposite directions sideswiped each other and both ended up in the ditch. Crews did a cleanup of the area and there were no injuries reported.
On April 14/14 at 5:05 pm, the Prince Albert Fire Department responded to the 700 block of 28th St. E. vehicle accident. Crews cleaned the antifreeze left behind after a vehicle accident.
On April 14/14 at 4:21 pm, the Prince Albert Fire Department responded to the 500 block of 28 St E for alarms ringing with 3 vehicles and 10 men. Upon investigating, it was determined that a contractor in the building had set off the alarm accidentally by creating a large amount of dust while working. The area had cleared by the time the interior crew went in to investigate and alarms had reset.
On April 15/14 at 10:40 am, the Prince Albert Fire Department responded to a report of 3 youth on the river ice near the rail bridge. On arrival the area was searched, no one was found in the area or in the water. There are large areas of open water on the river at this time; it is not safe for anyone to be on the ice.
On April 4/14 at approx. 8:16 pm the Prince Albert Fire Department responded to 3700 Block of 2nd Ave W for a possible structure fire. Black smoke was seen coming from the roof area and it was believed there may have been a fire. Investigation found that the smoke was coming from the chimney of a recycled oil burning heating unit. The unit was operating normally and there was no emergency.
On April 4/14 at approx. 11:07 pm the Prince Albert Fire Department responded to the 900 block of St East to investigate a carbon monoxide alarm. Our investigation found no carbon monoxide in the home and all appliances to be operating normally. The alarm was possibly caused by a faulty detector.
On April 1/14 the Prince Albert Fire Department responded to a call for an injured dog on the railway bridge. Upon arrival crews found that the owner and the dog had wondered onto the railway bridge and once they got half way across the bridge the dog became frightened and would not move. Crews placed the dog in a stokes basket and carried her off the bridge to reunited her with her owner. "Baby Girl" the dog was happy to get her feet back on solid ground.
The Prince Albert Fire Department would like to remind residents that walking on the railway bridge is extremely dangerous and not recommended. Please use the pedestrian walkway located on the Diefenbaker Bridge.