It was a busy Monday for Bryan firefighters.
First, just after 7:30am, they rushed to a call concerning oil contamination at the confluence of Lynn Run, Pigeon Run and Ditch 40 Monday morning.
According to the Bryan Times, oil got into the storm sewer and then spilled out into the water.
Booms were laid to contain the spill and absorb the oil.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency also responde.
Then, about an hour later, firefighters were called to an alarm at Community Hospitals and Wellness Center in Bryan about some smoke in the elevator control room. Due to a shortage of personel who were still on the scene of the oil spill, firefighters from nearby Montpelier, Edgerton, and Brady Township were called, but they were turned back while enroute.
Apparently, the smoke was caused by a seized pump and a burned belt.
No patients were affected.