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 74 calls this week:

Agency assistance 2

Assault/Sexual assault 1

Back pain 2

Breathing 3

Business fire 1

Chest pain 2

Convulsions 1

Falls 17

Fight 1

Fight 1

Fire   1

Fire alarm 1

Headache 2

Heart problem 1

Locked in vehicle 1

Medical 1

MVA w/injury 2

Overdose 2

Patient transport 16

Sick person 6

Special event 2

Stroke (CVA) 1

Suspicious person 1

Unconscious 5

Unknown problem 1

Verbal disturbance 1

June 30:

Heart Problem: Rescue 31 and Rescue 32 dispatched to the report of heart problems. One person was transported to the local hospital.

Overdose: Rescue 11 dispatched to the report of an overdose. One person was evaluated and signed out against medical advice.

July 1:

Business Fire: Engine 31, Truck 31, Rescue 11, and Chief 2 responded to a report of a commercial building with smoke showing from the roof across the street from City Hall. Chief 2 arrived to find a dumpster on fire behind the business with no extension to the structure. Fire quickly extinguished without incident.

Convulsions: Rescue 11 and Engine 31 responded to reports of a person having seizures. One patient was transported to a local hospital.

July 2:

Breathing: Rescue 31 and Rescue 32 responded to a local residence for shortness of breath. One patient transported to the local hospital.

Assault/Sex Assault: Rescue 11 responded to reports of a person who was assaulted. Upon arrival, no patient was found.

July 3:

MVA with Injury: Engine 31, Rescue 31, and Rescue 32 responded on a motor vehicle accident on I15 north bound. Upon arrival, Clark County Rescue 71 was on scene evaluating one patient. Patient signed out against medical advice.

Unconscious: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded to the reports of an unconscious victim. Patient was transported to local hospital.

July 4:

Headache: Rescue 11 responded to the reports of a person having a severe headache. Patient was treated and refused transport to local hospital.

Agency Assistance: Police requested EMS to assess an individual. Person had no medical complaints.

July 5:

Headache: Rescue 11 was dispatched out for a person involved in a domestic disturbance. Person was transported to our local hospital.

Verbal Disturbance: Rescue 11 was dispatched out to a domestic disturbance. Person refused transport.

July 6:

Vehicle Fire: Mesquite Fire & Rescue’s Engines 11, 31 and Rescue 31 provided mutual to Beaver Dam Littlefield Fire District and responded to a semi-truck trailer fire on I-15 SB AZ MM 1. The combined efforts of both departments contained and extinguished the fire. No injuries were reported.

Patient Transport: Rescue 31 provided an Interfacility Patient Transport from a local hospital to a St. George area hospital.