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 54 calls this week.

Abdominal pain 1

Breathing 2

Chest pain 2

Diabetic 2

Falls 21

Fire alarm 1

Fuel spill 1

Hemorrhage 3

MVA w/injury 2

Patient Transport 6

Psychiatric 1

Sick person 5

Stroke (CVA) 1

Unconscious 6

Feb. 23:

Falls: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded to the reports of a fallen victim. Patient was treated and transported to Mesa View Regional for further medical care.

Falls: Rescue 31 responded to the reports of a fallen victim. Person was assisted back into bed and refused further medical treatment and transport to the hospital.

Feb. 24:

MVA with Injury: Rescue 11 and Engine 31 responded to the report of a motor vehicle accident. One person was treated and transported to Mesa View Hospital.

Fuel Spill: Engine 11 and Rescue 32 responded to the report of a disabled vehicle leaking fluids. One vehicle was located, fluids contained, and vehicle was towed from the scene.

Feb. 25:

Psychiatric: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded to the reports of a possible psychiatric

person. Patient was treated and transported to Mesa View Regional.

Breathing: Rescue 31, Rescue 32, and Batallion 3 responded to reports of a person having

difficulty breathing. Rescue 31 treated and transported the

person to Mesa View Regional for further treatment and evaluation.

Feb. 26:

Chest Pain: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded to reports of a person with chest pain.

Rescue 11 treated and transported the patient to Mesa View Regional for further treatment and evaluation.

Patient Transport: Rescue 33 responded to an Inter-facility Transport. Rescue 33 transported to Dixie Regional.

Feb. 27:

Sick Person: Rescue 11 responded to reports of a sick person. One patient was transported to Mesa View Regional Hospital.

Unconscious: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded to reports of an unconscious person. One

patient was transported to Mesa View Regional Hospital.

Feb. 28:

Fire Investigation: Engine 31 and Engine 11 responded to a report of an A/C Unit Fire at an apartment complex. The fire was out on arrival. The electrical power was disconnected until the unit could be repaired.

Breathing: Rescue 11 and Rescue 32 responded to the report of a person who had fallen and was having difficulty breathing. One person was treated and transported to Mesa View Regional Hospital.

Feb. 29:

Diabetic: Rescue 31 responded to the reports of a possible diabetic emergency. Patient was

treated and transported to Mesa View Regional for further medical care.

Sick Person: Rescue 32 and Engine 31 responded to a sick person at Wedges bar and grill.

Rescue canclled after no medical was needed and the person was transported home by private car.