Woodburn Fire Department

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Santa showed up today at the Woodburn Christmas Parade, so we let him ride on the fire truck.
At 17:48 this evening, Woodburn unit Engine 58 responded to a 2 vehicle collision on the William Natcher Parkway. There were no injuries, and all lanes are reopened.
Last night at 17:23, Woodburn units responded to an injury accident on Nashville Road. Engine 56, Engine 58, Engine 54 responded. Upon arrival, Engine 56 found one patient who was still entrapped in the vehicle and needed to be extricated. There were no life-threatening injuries. One patient was transported to a local hospital.
Here’s the first of many calls our department has made so far in today’s messy weather. At 11:04 this morning, E-56 and E-58 responded to a report of a rollover injury collision at the 4 mm of the William H. Natcher Parkway. While en route to this accident, dispatch advised of another injury collision at the 3mm. E-58 continued to the 3mm while E-56 took the accident at the 4. The accident at the 4mm ended up being non-injury so E-56 backed up E-58. 58 arrived on scene to find two vehicles off the roadway, one with heavy damage to the driver’s side of the vehicle. The vehicle left the roadway and struck the guardrail. One patient was transported to a local hospital for minor injuries sustained in the crash. Remember, when roads are wet, to slow down a little and give plenty of distance to the vehicle in front of you.
At 15:46, Woodburn units E-56 and E-58 responded to reports of an injury accident in the 10800 block of Nashville Road. E-56 arrived on scene to find two vehicles off the roadway. It appeared a box truck collided with a passenger car. The impact of the collision sent both vehicles into a yard near the road. One patient was transported to a local hospital for minor injuries sustained in the crash.
Woodburn Fire braved the cold this morning to honor the men and women of our nation’s Armed Forces in the Veteran’s Parade through downtown Bowling Green this morning. Thank you to all those who have served and continue to serve our country! 🇺🇸
At 6:35 this morning Woodburn units responded to an injury accident on highway 240. Car 51 and Engine 56 arrived on scene and found a single vehicle that had over-corrected on the wet Road and hit several trees. There was one patient with minor injuries.
At 16:17 this evening, Woodburn units E-58 responded to a reported injury vehicle collision at the intersection of Nashville Road and Central Avenue. With the excessive amount of rain today, it created hazardous driving conditions and appeared a vehicle hydroplaned into the rear of the red vehicle. One patient was transported by EMS to a local hospital for injuries sustained in the crash.
Happy Halloween from Woodburn! Here are some helpful tips to remember tonight while trick-or-treating and celebrating Halloween. Stay safe!
E-58’s crew was out at The Medical Center this afternoon for the Heroes Fest Trick-or-Treat, handing out candy to kids!
At 20:42 this evening Woodburn units were called to an injury accident on Nashville Road. Engine 58 and Engine 56 arrived on scene and found a pickup truck vs. a semi. The semi was leaking fuel. Units quickly stopped the leak and prevented the fuel from spreading.