Firefighters respond to 17 year old male having drug reaction |Weekly Alarm Report

Fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls

  • Friday, July 13, 2018 3:52pm
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Thursday, July 5

11:20 am Firefighters responded to a 40 year old male with a head injury. The patient was

also seen by a paramedic unit from Bellevue Fire. The patient was treated and transported to

Harborview Medical Center by the medic unit.

8:29 pm Firefighters responded to a burn complaint. The camp fire was extinguished by

the homeowner.

Friday, July 6

6:50 pm Firefighters responded to a report of smoke in the area. Nothing was found.

Saturday, July 7

3:12 pm Firefighters responded to a 60 year old male that was coughing up blood. The

patient was given an exam at allowed to stay at home.

Sunday, July 8

7:38 pm Firefighters responded to a 17 year old male having a drug reaction. The patient

was also seen by a paramedic unit from Bellevue Fire. The patient was treated and transported to

Swedish of Issaquah via the Fall City Fire aid car.

8:39 pm Firefighters responded to a 65 year old female with leg spasms. The patient was

treated and transported to Swedish of Issaquah via the Fall City Fire aid car.

Tuesday, July 10

3:21 pm Firefighters responded to a 61 year old male with chest pain. The patient was

treated and transported to Swedish of Issaquah via the Fall City Fire aid car.

Wednesday, July 11

3:04 pm Firefighters responded to a 62 year old male with an uncontrolled nose bleed.

The patient was treated and transported to Swedish of Issaquah via the Fall City Fire aid car.

9:25 pm Firefighters responded to a gasoline spill at a gas station. Absorbent was

deployed on the spilled fuel and a tow truck was called to the scene.

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