Total calls this period: 117
Fire/Hazardous Conditions: 11
On April 16, a 41-year-old man was working in his garage and experienced a sudden onset of chest pain radiating to his arm. Medics examined and transported him to a local hospital.
On April 16, firefighters responded to a possible smell of propane inside a business. After thorough inspection, it was determined that no propane or gas leak was found.
On April 17, crews were dispatched to an automated fire alarm at a residence; nothing visible was found, and it was determined the detector was set off by a contractor painting.
On April 17, firefighters responded to a two-car motor vehicle accident at a major intersection. There were no injuries, and all parties declined medical treatment or transport to the hospital.
On April 18, a 47-year-old woman became unconscious after complaining of chest pain. Medics transported her to a hospital for further evaluation and treatment.
On April 18, a 15-year-old boy was taken to a hospital with injuries after being extricated from under a truck while skateboarding.
On April 19, a 69-year-old woman with sudden onset of stroke symptoms was transported to a hospital for further care.
On April 19, an 88-year-old woman with abdominal pain became nauseated and was transported for further evaluation at a hospital.
On April 20, a 61-year-old male stated that he felt week and may have taken too many pain medications. Medics examined him and transported to a hospital for further treatment.
On April 21, medics examined a 58-year-old woman who was complaining of elbow discomfort after an auto accident. They transported her for further treatment to a hospital.
On April 21, a HazMat team responded to strange odors escaping from a garage. No hazardous materials or odor were present upon their arrival.
On April 22, a citizen reported that a neighbor was burning trash with a large amount of smoke within the Gig Harbor city limits. The engine responded and extinguished the fire while educating the homeowner of burning restrictions within the city.
On April 22, oil from a parked car that earlier hit a bump created an oil trail of 3-4 gallons. Firefighters cleaned up the scene and reported to the Department of Energy.
On April 23, an 80-year-old woman experienced a sudden onset of heart palpitations over the past 3 days. She was transported to a local hospital for further evaluation and treatment.