Shoreline Fire Sirens for March 2, 2010

Sunday, March 7, 2010

From Melanie Granfors
PIO, Shoreline Fire

Here’s a look at Shoreline Fire 9-1-1 calls in a 24-hour period this week.

05:32     Male, 40, cardiac arrest. Chaplain notified.

08:35     Female, 25, pregnant. Complaining of nausea, vomiting and headache.

09:37     Female, 80, fainted at Assisted Living Facility.

09:50     Male, 90’s, shortness of breath. Nursing home resident.

09:52     Male, unknown age. Fainted on Metro bus. At Bus Barn now.

10:18     Male, 73, cardiac incident. Fircrest School.

10:21     Male, 71, diabetic emergency. 

10:22     Female, 73, chest pain.

10:32     Female, 95, chest pain while shopping at ShoesN Feet store.

12:31     Automatic Fire Alarm, Aqua Quip. No fire. Alarm tripped by worker.

13:08     Female, 92, short of breath. At Senior Center.

15:11     2  Vehicle crash at N. 200th and Aurora. One patient with neck pain.

15:31     Female, 80, fall patient. Nursing home resident.

15:52     Automatic Fire Alarm. Multi family complex. No fire. Food on stove.

17:10     Stage for Police. Possible mental/emotional patient in apartment complex parking lot.

17:25     Vehicle fire. Northbound I-5 at 205th.

18:09     Male, walked into Fire Station #63, complaining of chest pain.

A friendly Fire Department note: If you are experiencing chest discomfort, difficulty breathing or other signs of a cardiac incident, you should always call 9-1-1 and have emergency crews come to where you are. Moving around can aggravate your condition and make it worse, you could faint or go into cardiac arrest in the car, or firefighters might not be at the fire station when you get there

18:55     Male, unknown age, fell at the Drift On Inn.

20:46     Male, 84, abdominal pain. Adult Family Home.

21:02     Male, 56, diabetic emergency.

21:08     Male, 68, fall patient. Possible stroke. 

Photos by Steven H. Robinson 


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