Blotter: Car hits teenage bicyclist; driver rolls over on snowy freeway

Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:

  • Wednesday, November 15, 2017 2:11pm
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Fall City Fire Department

Thursday, Nov. 2

Chest pain: At 7:06 a.m., Fall City Fire responded to the home of a 95-year-old woman who reported experiencing chest pain. Medics from the Bellevue Fire Department also attended the patient, who was taken to a local hospital.

Friday, Nov. 2

Heart trouble: At 9:03 a.m., Fall City Fire was called to assist a man in his 80s who was experiencing problems with his internal defibrillator. The man was also evaluated by medics from the Bellevue Fire Department and was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Stroke: At 10:37 a.m., firefighters responded to a private home in Fall City where a patient was experiencing stroke symptoms. The patient was taken to a local hospital.

Water leak: At 10:46 p.m., firefighters responded to a private home in the Lake Alice area, where a leaky faucet had flooded a homeowner’s yard. They shut off the water supply to stop the flooding.

Monday, Nov. 6

Dog bite: At 3:26 p.m., Fall City Fire responded to the Preston area for a toddler who suffered facial injuries from being bitten by the family dog. The child was treated and taken to a local hospital.

Snoqualmie Fire Dept.

Thursday, Nov. 2

Alarm: At 3:38 p.m., Snoqualmie firefighters responded to the Salish Lodge for a fire alarm. They spoke with engineers on site who said the system’s HVAC system compressor had failed and was being rebuilt. They said they’d contact the alarm company.

Car vs. bicycle: At 6:15 p.m., firefighters responded to a bicycle-car accident, along with the Fall City Fire Department. They contacted 16 year-old boy, who was riding his bike across the street when he was hit by a car traveling approximately 10 mph. He said he was OK, but had blood on his face. The crew assessed him, found no other injuries, but transported him to a local hospital for evaluation.

Friday, Nov. 3

Rollover: At 6:58 a.m., Snoqualmie firefighters were dispatched to a reported one-vehicle rollover accident on I-90 near milepost 27. They arrived and found an unoccupied vehicle on the side of the road. The patient was in the care of the Washington State Patrol.

False alarm: At 6:46 p.m., the department responded to a residential fire alarm. They spoke with the homeowner, who said her son accidentally set off the alarm.

Sunday, Nov. 5

Rollover accident: At 10:42 a.m., the department responded to a rollover accident on westbound I-90. They spoke with the driver of the car, who had been wearing her seatbelt. She said she lost control of the vehicle in the wet snow, and thought she rolled over two times, but wasn’t sure. She wasn’t in pain. The crew put a collar on her and transported her to an area hospital.

Monday, Nov. 6

Locked out: At 12:16 p.m., Snoqualmie firefighters assisted a man who was locked out of his home and stranded on a third story deck. They used the ladder truck to get the man out of his predicament.

Hit the wall: At 4 p.m., firefighters were called to the high school to treat a 17-year-old boy who had punched a wall. They transferred the patient to a local hospital.

Medical aid: In addition, Snoqualmie EMTs responded to seven medical aid incidents, for total calls to date of 924.

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