Bethel Fire Department Calls for week ending April 14

• On 4/9/17 Medics responded to the area of the Long House for the report of a person who was assaulted, medics treated and transported the patient to the hospital for further evaluation.

• On 4/11/17 Medics responded to the area of Main St., unknown problem. On arrival a patient was found unconscious. Medics treated and transported to the hospital.

• On 4/11/17 Medics responded to the area of the First National Bank for the report of a person passed out. Medics assessed and transported to the hospital.

• On 4-12-17 at 9:17 a.m. medics responded to the Long Term Care for a person who fell and hurt hip. On arrival, medics assessed and transported the patient to the hospital.

• On 4-12-17 at 11:15 a.m. medics responded to AC Main for an intoxicated person unresponsive. Medics transported the patient to the hospital.

• On 4-12-17 at 4:30 p.m. firefighters responded to the area of the Port for black smoke. Firefighters searched the area and found no smoke or fire and cleared the area.

• On 4-12-17 at 5:38 p.m. medics responded to Ravn Air for a person needing an ambulance. Medics assessed and transported the patient to the hospital.

• On 4-12-17 at 6:46 p.m. medics responded to the area of Front Street for a person who fell and is bleeding. Medics assessed and transported the patient to the hospital.

• On 4-12-17 at 7:43 p.m. medics responded to Swanson’s for a person with leg pain. Medics transported the patient to the hospital.

• On 4-13-17 at 1:07 a.m. medics responded to AC Quickstop for a person with leg pain. Patient was transported to the hospital.

• On 4/13/17 Medics responded to the area of BNC for the report of a person laying on the ground, Medics transported the patient to the hospital.

• On 4/13/17 Medics responded to the area of AC Main for the report of a stab wound. Medics transported the patient to the hospital.

• On 4/14/17 Medics responded to the area of Tundra Ridge for the report of a person with cuts. Medics treated and transported the patient.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply