Total calls during this period: 81
On July 25, a 54-year-old man walked into a fire station complaining of shortness of breath and dizziness. He was working outside pushing a wheelbarrow up a steep incline when symptoms began about 30 minutes prior. He was treated for heat exhaustion and transported to a hospital for additional care.
On July 27, a homeowner called 911 after his cold water line from the washer burst overnight, flooding the upstairs and downstairs while they slept. He shut off the water source, but there was extensive water in most of the home. The water had traveled downstairs into a bathroom and storage area, as well as the basement carpet. A damage restoration company was contacted and arranged.
On July 27, a 51-year-old woman called 911 after she experienced symptoms of difficulty breathing and a racing heart, lasting about 30 minutes. Upon arrival, she also reported numbness and tingling in her hands. She was transported to the hospital for further examination.
On July 28, a 57-year-old man was jumping on a trampoline when he fell and dislocated his shoulder. Medics treated and transported him to a local hospital.
On July 29, a vehicle was reported on fire near the boat launch at Crescent Lake. The owner began to apply lake water, refilling his bucket several times. The fire was out by the time an engine arrived. They checked for hot spots and observed a melted floorboard and dash area, along with a strong electrical odor. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
On July 30, a homeowner noticed smoldering below her deck in the landscaping. The engine crew arrived and was able to extinguish with a garden hose; its cause was undetermined.
On July 31, a boater, who was returning into the Harbor, reported a large sheen of oil/fuel present at the entrance of the Harbor to the public dock. Investigation began in the area of the 2800 block of Harborview Drive, where a light sheen was visible but was determined unrecoverable.