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 54 calls this week:

Abdominal pain 1

Back pain 1

Breathing 4

Cardiac arrest 1

Chest pain 3

Convulsions 1

Falls 10

Fire alarm 3

Fuel spill 1

Heart problem 1

Hemorrhage 3

Intoxication 1

MVA w/injury 2

Overdose 2

Patient transport 9

Sick person 4

Unconscious 4

Unknown problem 1

Vehicle fire 1

Welfare check 1

 

May 5:

Overdose:  Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to the reports of a possible overdose. One patient was transported to local hospital.

Breathing: Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to the reports of a person having difficulty breathing. One patient was transported to local hospital.

May 6:

Cardiac arrest:  Rescue 31, Rescue 32 and Battalion 3 responded to a call for a cardiac arrest. One Patient was transported to a local hospital.

Unconscious: Rescue 31 and rescue 32 responded for a unconscious person. Patient transported to local hospital.

May 7:

Chest pain: Rescues 11, 32, as well as Battalion 3 responded to A report of an individual with chest pain. Rescue 11 transported one patient to a local hospital, with Rescue 32 personnel on board.

Breathing: Rescues 11 and 32 responded to a report of a breathing problem. One patient was transported to a local hospital.

May 8:

Breathing: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded for respiratory distress. One person transported to the local hospital.

Unconscious: Rescue 11 and Engine 31 responded to report of an unconscious person. No medical patient.

May 9:

Cardiac arrest: Rescues 31 and 32 responded to report of a cardiac arrest. On arrival it was found to be an obvious death.

Falls: Rescues 11 and 32 responded to report of a fall victim. Rescue 11 transported one patient to a local hospital.

May 10:

Fire alarm: Engine 31 and Rescue 11 responded to the reports of a fire alarm. Alarm malfunction, no smoke no fire was present.

Chest pain: Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to the reports of a person having chest pain. Patient was transported to local hospital.

May 11:

Fuel spill: Engine 31 responded to the reports of an unusual odor from a person’s vehicle. A small fuel leak was found, an attempt to plug it was made. Notified the owner to have the vehicle towed and fixed.

Abdominal pain: Rescue 11 responded to the reports of a person having severe abdominal pain. Patient was transported to local hospital.