The Versailles City Fire Department recently responded to the following calls:
Tuesday, Oct. 8, one responder assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 31 with a medical call on South Second Street; patient was transported.
Tuesday, Oct. 8, three personnel and one apparatus checked out a report of a possible fire on the north side of town; it was unfounded.
Wednesday, Oct. 9, one responder assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 31 with a possible medical call on Country Place Drive; patient was fine and was not transported.
Wednesday, Oct. 9, two responders assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 30 with a medical call on South Van Buren Street; patient was transported.
Wednesday, Oct. 9, six personnel and one apparatus responded to a smoke investigation on West Newton Street. It was discovered that a motor was the possible cause of the smoke.
Wednesday, Oct. 9, four responders assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 31 with a medical call on West Magnolia Street; Mid-Mo was canceled en route.
Wednesday, Oct. 9, one apparatus and three personnel assisted the City Parks with a Homecoming Bonfire on West Newton Street.
Thursday, Oct. 10, two responders assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 30 with a medical call on North Walnut Street; patient was transported.
Friday, Oct. 11, one responder assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 30 with a medical call on South Second Street; patient was not transported.
Friday, Oct. 11, two apparatus and three personnel assisted with the Homecoming Parade.
Friday, Oct. 11, two responders assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 30 with a medical call on West Clay Street; patient was not transported.
Friday, Oct. 11, two responders assisted the Versailles Police Department with a non-injury motor vehicle accident on West Newton Street.
Saturday, Oct. 12, two responders assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 31 with a medical call on West Clay Street; patient was transported.
Sunday, Oct. 13, six responders assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 30 with a medical call on South Second Street; patient was transported.
Sunday, Oct. 13, five responders assisted Mid-Mo Ambulance District unit 30 with a medical call on West Newton Street; patient was transported.