The Petaluma Fire Department received 72 medical and 36 fire or other emergency calls from Oct. 22 through Oct. 28. Here are some of the incidents:


4:34 p.m. — Fire units were called to an accident at 5153 Old Redwood Highway. A female driver was taken to the hospitals for complaints of chest pain.


4:09 p.m. — Units responded to an accident at North McDowell Boulevard just north of Transport Way in the southbound land. One vehicle sustained major passenger side damage after striking a tree in the center divide after being hit by another vehicle. That vehicle was damaged in the front. A driver in the first vehicle received an injury on his left arm and was taken to the hospital. The other driver was not injured.


4:49 p.m. — Units responded to a serious accident on Adobe Road at Sonoma Mountain Road. One patient had to be extricated and was taken to the Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Trauma Center.

5:19 p.m. —?Firefighters were sent to 4880 Chileno Valley Road for an accident. One youth was taken to the hospital.


12:48 a.m. — Units went to Highway 101 South for a vehicle rollover accident. A full-sized pickup truck had rolled upside down on the right shoulder of the road, partially blocking the right lane. Two men in the truck were OK, while a woman complained of pain and was taken to the hospital.

3:35 a.m. — Units went to 300 Water Street to address a report of a lumber pile fire. They found a stack of 12-foot boards on fire. They were unable to determine a cause of fire, though a witness said they had seen youth playing with the pile earlier.

3:28 p.m. — A fire crew went to 907 Middle Two Rock Road where a one-story building was on fire.


1:35 p.m. — A unit was dispatched to Tomales to assist in rescuing people from a capsized boat in Tomales bay. The unit assisted in extricating two victims still trapped in the boat, which had been towed to the Dillon Beach boat ramp. The unit them transported the victims, two children, to Petaluma Valley Hospital.

4:24 p.m. — An accident on Highway 101 North resulted in a broken power pole, causing lines to go down south of the incident.