Several vehicle fires extinguished

On Sunday, Sept. 6, the Stettler Regional Fire Rescue responded to a quad incident in the Buffalo Lake area. One person was taken by ambulance and the condition of that person in unknown.

Fire & Rescue

On Sunday, Sept. 6, the Stettler Regional Fire Rescue responded to a quad incident in the Buffalo Lake area. One person was taken by ambulance and the condition of that person in unknown.

Stettler Fire Rescue responded to a single vehicle roll over involving a truck in the Red Willow area on Monday evening, Sept. 7. There was a fatality due to the incident.

The following evening, Stettler Fire Rescue responded to a vehicle fire in a parking lot located at 45 Street and 49 Avenue. The truck fire was contained and there were no injuries to report.

Sept. 9 saw the Stettler Fire Rescue team respond to a complaint of extensive smoke in the rear of the No Frills grocery store. There was no fire to report – just a malfunctioning piece of equipment.

On Sunday, Sept. 13, Stettler Fire and Rescue responded to a vehicle collision on the corner of 48 Street and 57 Avenue. The occupants of the vehicles had non-life threatening injuries and the collision was cleaned up without incident.

The Stettler Regional Fire Rescue Team would like to remind motorists to watch for school busses and pedestrians as all of our children head back to school.

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