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 59 calls this week.

Abdominal pain 1

Agency assistance 1

Alarm 1

Allergies/sting 2

Breathing 3

Cardiac arrest 1

Chest pain 1

Falls 10

Fire 3

Fire alarm 4

Fire public education 2

Heart problem 2

Odor investigation 1

Patient transport 9

Psychiatric 1

Sick person 4

Special event 3

Stab/Gunshot 1

Suspicious person 1

Trauma 1

Unconscious 6

Unknown problem 1

Sept. 29:

Allergies/Sting: Rescue 11 responded to a report of a Scorpion Sting. Against medical advice, the patient refused transport to a hospital.

Cardiac Arrest: Rescue 11 and Rescue 31 responded to a cardiac arrest. Resuscitation efforts initiated but were unsuccessful. Patient pronounced deceased.

Sept. 30:

Unconscious: Rescue 31 and Rescue 32 responded for a person passing out. One patient transported to Mesa View Regional Hospital.

Fire Alarm: Engine 31 responded for a General Fire Alarm. Found that dust set off the alarm and panel was reset.

Oct. 1:

Chest Pain: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded to the reports of a person having chest pain. Patient was treated and transported to Mesa View Regional.

Allergies/Sting: Rescue 11 responded to the reports of a possible allergic reaction. Patient was treated but refused transport to hospital.

Oct.2

Unconscious: Rescue 31, Rescue 32 and Engine 31 responded to an unresponsive person. Rescue 31 transported one person to Dixie Regional Medical Center.

Fire Public Education:  Fire Prevention show for Fire Public Education

Oct. 3:

Stab/Gunshot: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded to a report of a Gunshot Wound. One patient was treated and transported to Mesa View Regional Hospital with life threatening injuries.

Special Event: Truck 31 provided Fire Prevention Training at Mesquite Sunshine Academy.

Oct. 4:

Trauma: Rescue 31 responded to a report of a Traumatic Injury. Patient was treated on scene, but refused transport to a hospital against medical advice.

Fire Alarm: Engine 31 responded to a report of a smoke detector chirping. Assisted homeowner with battery change. No further assistance requested.

Oct. 5:

Psychiatric: Rescue 11 was dispatched for a possible psychiatric issue. Patient was assessed and refused transport to the hospital.

Heart Problem: Rescue 31 and Rescue 32 responded to the reports of a person having heart problems. Patient was treated and transported to Dixie Regional Medical Center.