Cleburne firefighters responded to a girl stuck in a tree at 5:48 p.m. May 8 in the 300 block of Liberty Street to find the girl’s leg stuck between two tree branches.
The girl said she was climbing the tree when she slipped and slid down a couple of feet causing her leg to become stuck. The girl said she was unable to get a good foothold to push herself up.
One of the firefighters stood under the girl allowing her to put her other foot on his shoulder and push up under her own power freeing her other leg.
Firefighters then assisted her to the ground. She was otherwise in need of no help and suffered no injuries.
Firefighters, at 12:31 p.m. May 9 responded to the 2200 block of North Main Street on reports of a possible structure fire. The caller said she saw smoke emitting from her air vent.
Firefighters arrived to the two-story apartment complex to find nothing showing. The woman said she had seen smoke coming from the air vent in her kitchen and that the air had not been on that day.
Firefighters checked the apartment and turned the air on but detected no signs of smoke or fire. A check of the upstairs apartment also revealed no signs of smoke or fire.
Cleburne firefighters assisted Joshua firefighters on an ATV rollover accident at 7:20 p.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of South Broadway Street.
Cleburne firefighters assisted with traffic control, loading patients and the landing zone for a helicopter.
Cleburne Fire Department reports list that all patients involved in the rollover were transported to area hospitals but contain no details of the number of patients involved or the cause of the accident.
Cleburne firefighters at 5:41 a.m. May 12 responded to a vehicle accident in the 1700 block of County Road 904. A car lost control and drove into a ditch damaging the car and deploying the airbags. The driver suffered minor injuries but did not wish to go the hospital. Firefighters remained on scene until someone arrived to pick him up.
Firefighters responded to a two-vehicle accident at 3:41 p.m. May 14 in the 1 block of East Henderson Street. The accident resulted in a two-car side impact collision. All involved were ambulatory on the scene when firefighters arrived. One required medical care and transportation to a hospital. The other did not.