Shoreline Fire Sirens for August 18, 2010

Tuesday, August 24, 2010


SL Fire Medic One.  Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Here’s a look at 24 hours of 9-1-1 calls on a Wednesday in the life of the Shoreline Fire Department:

02:30 Male, 49. Reports he drank 10 beers while in detox. Walk to PD for help.
02:40 Female, 53. Male 54. Both fell at home and cannot get up.
08:01 Female, 82. High blood pressure. Nursing Home call.
08:33 Female adult. Concerned because she took meth. PD on scene.
08:46 Female, 70. Chest pain. Nursing Home call.
08:52 Male, 60. Reports he is too intoxicated to move. PD needs assistance.
09:52 Male, 92. Difficulty breathing.
11:30 Male, 76. Respiratory failure. Nursing Home call.
11:55 Male, 77. Vertigo.
12:23 Female, 61. Fell out of bed. Nursing Home call.
13:24 Automatic fire alarm @ residence. Malfunction.
14:56 Male, 35. Possible seizure. On sidewalk at 145th and 1st NE.
15:38 Male, 20. PD needs assistance. Not sure what medical condition is.
17:01 Female. Reports someone slit her throat. Transported to trauma center, Harborview.
18:00 Dispatch reports male moaning on phone. Adult Family Home reports no problem.
19:09 Female, 91. Lifeline activation.
20:09 Female, 70. Fell at Radio Shack.
20:14 Female, 49. Numbness to face.
20:14 Automatic fire alarm, Highlands East. No fire.
23:18 Male, 64. Chest pain.

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