Bethel Fire Department Calls for week ending February 9

• 2-4-18 medics responded to East Avenue for a person bleeding from the head. The patient was assessed and transported to YKDRH-ER.

• 2-6-18 4:22 a.m. medics responded to the Sobering Center for an intoxicated person too intoxicated to be at the center. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 2-6-18 at 9:36 am Medics responded to a call for a person who had cut themselves. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital.

• 2-6-18 at 12:23 pm Medics responded to the area of Brown’s Slough for the report of a vehicle that had fallen through the ice. Driver was able to drive vehicle out of the water, medics returned to quarters.

• 2-6-18 at 12:37 pm Medics responded to the area of Alba’s Coffee Shop for the report of an intoxicated person. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital.

• 2-7-18 1:15 p.m. medics responded to Standard Oil Beach for a vehicle that went through ice. No injuries and person was able to get out and a tow truck came and pulled the vehicle out.

• 2-7-18 4:27 p.m. medics responded to Uivik Sub for an overdose. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 2-7-18 7:53 p.m. medics responded to 6th Avenue for a person not breathing. Patient was breathing but intoxicated in the wrong house.

• 2-7-18 8 p.m. medics responded to AC Quick Stop for a person bleeding from the face. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 2-7-18 8:30 p.m. firefighters responded to DeLapp for a report of a fire coming from a house. Upon investigation, there was no fire. The homeowner just added wood on their fire and the reporting party saw sparks from the chimney.

• 2-7-18 9:57 medics responded to the Sobering Center for an intoxicated person with low blood pressure. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 2-8-18 12:51 a.m. medics responded to the Sobering Center for an intoxicated person with pain. Patient transported to the hospital.

• 02-08-018 at 11:23 am Medics responded to the Sobering Center for the report of a person with low blood sugar. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital.

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