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VRFA Blotter: Man falls off horse, cardiac arrest, dog attack & more

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Here are 911 Calls for Service responded to by the Valley Regional Fire Authority (VRFA) from Mar. 26–30, 2024:

  • Aid Call: (Auburn) On Monday, March 25th at 9:02 a.m., VRFA firefighters responded to assist an adult male who had fallen off a horse. They provided treatment on-site before he was transported to MultiCare Auburn Medical Center by private ambulance.
  • Aid Call: (Auburn) On Tuesday, March 26th at 4:04 p.m., VRFA firefighters responded to assist an adult male who had sustained a lower back injury while changing his tire. After evaluating and treating the patient on-site, he was transported to Auburn MultiCare Medical Center for further care.
  • Cardiac Arrest: (Lea Hill) On Wednesday, March 27th at 3:27 p.m., VRFA firefighters responded to a young adult female in cardiac arrest. Upon arrival, they initiated CPR along with King County Medic One Paramedics, successfully regaining a pulse within approximately 10 minutes. The patient was then transported to MultiCare Auburn Medical Center by King County Medic One.
  • Aid Call: (Auburn) On Wednesday, March 27th at 2:46 p.m., VRFA firefighters responded to a dog attack involving two individuals. Auburn Police arrived first to secure the scene, after which firefighters provided treatment to the two patients for severe dog bites. One patient was further evaluated by King County Medic One Paramedics before both were transported by private ambulance, one to Harborview Medical Center and the other to Valley Medical Center.
  • Natural Gas: (Auburn) On Thursday, March 28th at 7:54 a.m., VRFA firefighters responded to reports of a natural gas odor within a structure. Upon investigation, firefighters identified the source as a faulty valve on the building’s gas meter. Puget Sound Energy was notified, and no evacuation of the building was deemed necessary.
  • Aid Call: (Lakeland Hills) On Friday, March 29th at 7:21 a.m., VRFA firefighters responded to an adult female who sustained injuries from an assault. Firefighters provided treatment and evaluation on-site. The patient declined transport and remained with Auburn Police during their investigation.
  • Vehicle Collision: (Pacific) On Saturday, March 30th at 2:58 a.m., VRFA firefighters responded to a report of a two-car head-on injury accident on Highway 167. One vehicle was reported to be traveling southbound in the northbound lanes and struck another vehicle. Both drivers were transported to Harborview Medical Center, one by King County Medic One and the other by Airlift Northwest.
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