Bethel Fire Department Calls

for week ending February 1

• 1-28-18 at 6:50 pm Medics responded to the AC Main Store for the report of a person who had be assaulted. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital.

• 1-28-18 at 8:56 pm Medics responded to the Pentecostal Church for the report of a person being struck by a vehicle. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital.

• 1-29-18 11:02 a.m. medics responded to Second Ave for a person who fell and broke hip. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 1-29-18 1:58 p.m. medics responded to Ridgecrest for a person who fell on ice and has injuries. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 1-29-18 9:27 p.m. medics responded to the Covenant Church for a person with possible broken ribs. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 1-29-18 11:05 p.m. medics responded to the Uivik Sub for a child having an allergic reaction. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 1-31-18 Medics responded to Ridgecrest drive for an intoxicated person with a bloody nose. The patient refused care and transport by medics, medics returned to station.

• 1-31-18 Medics responded to Larson Subdivision for a person who was intoxicated. The patient was assessed and transported to YKDRH-ER.

• 2-1-18 Medics responded to Kasayuli Subdivision for a person who was outside with no shoe. LEO stated that Medics can stand down while en route, medics then returned to station.

• 2-1-18 at 7:48 pm Medics responded to AC Main Store for the report of an intoxicated person. Patient refused care and transport went with BPD Officers to the sobering center, medics returned to quarters.

• 2-1-18 at 7:58 pm Medics responded to the Sobering Center for the report of an intoxicated person. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital.

• 2-1-18 at 8:29 pm Medics responded to the area of Video World for the report of person down. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital.

• 2-1-18 at 10:21 pm Medics responded to the area of a BNC Unit for the report of a person down. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital.

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