Some calls that Mesquite Fire and Rescue receives are not always included in the report, as a synopsis is not received. To show the amount of work our Fire and Rescue workers do, we are including a weekly roster of stats. There were 60 calls this week:

Abdominal pain 2

Chest pain 3

Convulsions 3

Falls 22

Fire alarm 2

Odor investigation 1

Overdose 3

Patient Transport 14

Psychiatric 2

Public assistance 1

Sick person 2

Trauma 1

Unconscious 4

June 17:

Overdose:  Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to a person that overdosed. Rescue 11 transported one patient to the local hospital.

Convulsions:  Rescue 11 responded to a reported seizure. One person transported to a St. George area hospital.

Trauma:  Rescue 32 responded to a traumatic injury; transported one to the local hospital.

Fire Alarm:  Engine 31, Rescue 31, Truck 11 dispatched to a smoke alarm sounding from a residence with Alarm Company unable to get ahold of homeowner. While in route, received authorized cancel. Engine 31 continued to confirm. Upon arrival, homeowner advises they had accidentally left a pot on the stove, but that there was no fire. Units confirmed no extension of fire to the structure. Homeowner had already opened doors and windows to clear out smoke.

June 18:

Overdose:  Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 Responded to a reported overdose. Rescue 11 transported to local hospital with Rescue 31 crew on board.

Psychiatric:  Rescue 11 responded to report of a person with altered mental status. One patient was transported to a local hospital.

June 19:

Unconscious:  Rescue 11, Rescue 31, Battalion 3, and Chief 2 responded for report of an unconscious person. One patient was transported to a local hospital.

June 20:

Chest Pain:  Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to Chest Pain. One person transported to the local hospital.

Odor Invest:  Truck 11, Engine 31, and Rescue 31 responded to report of an odor of smoke in a home. On arrival there was an odor of smoke in residence. Later determined that smoke was coming from a smoldering fire in fireplace that the occupants were not aware had been lit.

Unconscious:  Rescue 11, Rescue 31, Battalion 3, and Chief 2 responded for report of an unconscious person. One patient was transported to a local hospital.

June 21:

Abdominal Pain: Rescue 31 responded for a reported person with abdominal pain. Patient was transported to local hospital for slow heart rate

Psychiatric:  Rescue 11 responded to a person requesting to be transported to the hospital. Patient transported to hospital.

June 23:

Convulsions: Rescue 11 responded to a report of someone having a seizure. Patient refused transport to a hospital.