PCFD responds to vehicle fire and road accidents, urges drivers to avoid unnecessary travel

PARK CITY, Utah — The Park City Fire District responded to a vehicle fire on Old Ranch Road yesterday at around 7:30 p.m.

According to a statement from the PCFD, when PCFD Medic Ambulance 37, Engine 33, Engine 31, Truck 36, Ambulance 38, and Back Country 3 responded to the scene, an RV was fully engulfed in flames.

“No structures were threatened or involved,” said a statement from the PCFD. “Fire was knocked down quickly.”
No one was injured, and the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Photo: PCFD.

The PCFD also urged local drivers to use caution yesterday after responding to multiple road accidents.

“PCFD firefighters have been busy with accidents on the roads today,” said PCFD. “Road conditions are extremely hazardous. Please drive slow and avoid any unnecessary travel.”
At around 2:15 p.m. yesterday, PCFD Engine 34, Engine 31, Engine 38, Heavy Rescue 36, and Ambulance 31 responded to a vehicle accident on Paddington Drive and Wyatt Earp Way. One patient needed extrication from the vehicle and was transported to the hospital in stable condition.
PCFD firefighters work to extricate an individual from a vehicle. Photo: Jon Jahp.

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