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. The Mesquite Fire Department received 64 calls this week.

Back pain 4

Breathing 6

Chest pain 3

Convulsions 1

Diabetic 2

Explosions 1

Falls 17

Fire alarm 3

Hemorrhage 3

MVA w/injury 3

Patient transport 10

Sick person 7

Unconscious 2

Unknown 1

Sept. 15:

Chest Pain: Rescue 32 and Engine 31 responded to a report of Chest Pain. Patient was treated, but refused transport to a hospital and signed out against medical advice.

Fire Alarm: Truck 11 and Engine 31 responded to a report of a Fire Alarm in a care facility. On arrival it was found that a small cooking fire had been

extinguished.

Sept. 16:

Hemorrhage: Rescue 11 responded to a report of a Hemorrhage. One patient was transported to Mesa View Hospital.

Explosions: Truck 11, Engine 31, Rescue 31, along with Mesquite Police officers, responded to a report of an explosion at a local hotel. After investigation the report was unfounded.

Sept. 17:

Diabetic: Rescue 31 responded to a report of a Diabetic Problem. One patient was treated and transported to Mesa View Hospital.

Convulsions: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded for reports of a seizure. One patient was transported to Mesa View Regional Hospital.

Sept. 18:

Hemorrhage: Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to report of a nosebleed. One patient transported to Mesa View Regional Hospital.

Breathing: Rescue 31 and Battalion 3 responded to Shortness of Breath. One person transported to Mesa View Hospital.

Sept. 19:

MVA with Injury: Rescue 31 and Engine 31 responded to the reports of a vehicle vs. cow accident.

Multiple patients were treated and examined. All patient refused transport to the hospital.

Cardiac Arrest: Rescue 31 responded to a call for an obvious death. Rescue 31 cleared the scene after one person was 419.

Sept. 20:

Diabetic: Rescue 11 responded to a person with a diabetic problem. Rescue 11 transported

one person to Mesa View Hospital.