Did You Know All Of This Was Going OnRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Nov 24 2019 3:02 AM
DOTHAN - HOUSTON COUNTY: 2:41 AM These were all going on around the same times:
(1) Cottonwood EMS and Houston County Sheriff Deputies on scene in Madrid to a overdose. Time 00:15 AM.
(2) Dothan Fire and EMS on medical emergency on Craftsman Drive. Time 00:55 AM.
(3) Dothan Fire, Dothan Police, EMS on the scene of motor vehicle accident where six vehicles involved. Only one vehicle was in motion, the other five were parked. Dothan Fire Engine 2 ( Lakewood ), Engine 3 ( Westgate ), Truck 3 ( Westgate ), two Pilcher Ambulance, one ALEA-Trooper and one Houston County Sheriff Deputy on scene. Two patients, one entrapped and one unconscious. Time 01:32 AM.
(4) Dothan Fire Engine 1 ( Central ) responded to Timbers Drive and Ross Clark Circle where a large amount of hydraulic fluid leaked on the roadway. Dothan Police were on the scene.
(5) Dothan Fire Engine 4 ( Southside ) and EMS on a medical emergency on Torino Drive at 01:52 AM.
(6) Dothan Fire to a medical emergency on Ashland Drive, injury to foot. Time 01:52 AM.
(7) Dothan Fire Engine 5 ( Eastgate ) to the 100 block of South Oates Street to check a Dothan Police Officer who received injuries in a foot chase and the suspect was dry tased. Dothan Police on scene. Time 02:04 AM.
(8) Columbia Fire and EMS to Highway 52 East and Bill Yance Road, motor vehicle accident, no injuries. A one vehicle accident, vehicle verses a deer. Houston County Sheriff Deputies dispatched to scene and ALEA - Troopers to investigate the accident. Time 02:14 AM.
(9) After no response from Taylor Volunteer Fire, Rehobeth Volunteer Fire dispatched and responded to the 2300 block of State Highway 605 in Taylor. A previous stove fire the residents requested the stove be checked out. Rehobeth Fire Chief Nick Floyd reported smoke in the house, no structure fire, and Rehobeth Fire checking things out.
(10) Ashford EMS to 990 South County Road 81 at Gordon to an assault. A domestic assault, female with injuries. Ashford EMS instructed to respond non-emergency to the scene. Houston County Sheriff Deputies on the scene. Houston County Sheriff Criminal Investigator Frank Bissette has not been home long from a call earlier. In fact probably just enough time to first start to sleep and was awaken, back out and responded to this call. Time 02:28 AM.
(11) Rehobeth Fire dispatched at a fire alarm. TIME 04:36 AM.
A VERY BUSY NIGHT AND EARLY MORNING.