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OTR for June 10, 2014
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Great Bend Fire/EMS
Firefighters made six ambulance runs Thursday, four Friday, one Saturday and six Sunday.
Burned toast set off a fire alarm at 10:29 a.m. Thursday at 2200 Lincoln St.
A carbon monoxide detector was activated at 9:50 a.m. Friday at 2219 Van Buren. CO concentration is measured in parts per million (ppm). Firefighters checked the entire house and found 1 ppm of CO inside the residence. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, most people will not experience any symptoms from prolonged exposure to CO levels of approximately 1 to 70 ppm, but some heart patients might experience an increase in chest pain.
Smoke coming from the back of a house at 5954 Eisehower at 7:07 p.m. Friday was from a barbecue grill.
Firefighters checked a gas smell at 10:29 p.m. at 1808 Willow Lane but found no abnormal readings.
A backyard fire reported at 11:54 p.m. Saturday at 1025 Macarthur Road was a bonfire in an unapproved fire pit.
At  7:32 p.m. Sunday they responded to 1016 Taft for an alarm. The home owner said his barbecue grill started smoking and when he opened his door the smoke activated the detector.

Great Bend Police
Someone cut the hose to fuel tanks and stole fuel at 5406 7th St., it was reported Friday.
A vehicular burglary was reported at 2224 Tyler St.
A sex offense was reported.
An injury accident was reported at 3:56 p.m. at 1720 Main. Vehicles driven by Cole Frimmel and Linda Siebert collided.
Hand tools were reportedly stolen from 1101 Morphy St.

Barton County Sheriff
A pickup was stolen from a rig at 275 NW 10 Road and K-96, it was reported Friday.
A one-car accident was reported at 9:26 p.m. at 165 Missouri Pacific St.
A Ford F-350 with a trailer went off the 1000 block of NW 90 Ave. (1 mile south of Olmitz on the blacktop) at 10:36 p.m.