Lewistown Fire-Rescue

Lewistown Fire Rescue was dispatched to the following calls:

 

Jan. 22

• Medical Call, 1437 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a female that had fallen and was experiencing hip pain. Firefighter/EMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to Central Montana Medical Center ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

 

Jan. 23

• Public Assistance Call, 1119 hrs: Two firefighters responded to a local residence to inspect and install smoke detectors.

 

Jan. 24

• Public Assistance Call, 1509 hrs: One firefighter responded with one rescue truck to install keys in a Knox box at a local business.

 

Jan. 25

• Fire Call, 0843 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a possible fire. One firefighter responded. The fire was found to be an authorized controlled burn.

• Public Assistance Call, 1046 hrs: One firefighter responded to a local residence to inspect and install smoke detectors.

• Medical Call, 1236 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of an unresponsive female. Firefighter/EMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to Central Montana Medical Center ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Good Intent Call, 1751 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a strange odor in a business. Two firefighter’s responded with one rescue truck.

• Medical Call, 2122 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a male experiencing chest pain and difficulty breathing. Firefighter/EMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to Central Montana Medical Center ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

 

Jan. 26

• Medical Call, 1207 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a female experiencing severe abdominal pain. Firefighter/EMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to Central Montana Medical Center ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 1225 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a female experiencing a rapid heart rate. Firefighter/EMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to Central Montana Medical Center ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 1315 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a female that had fallen, unknown injuries. Firefighter/EMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to Central Montana Medical Center ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Public Assistance Call, 1503 hrs: One firefighter responded to a local residence to inspect and install smoke detectors.

• Hazardous Materials Call, 1710 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a natural gas odor. One firefighter responded with one rescue truck.

 

Jan. 27

• Fire Call, 1550 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a commercial fire alarm going off at a local healthcare facility. Two firefighters responded with one engine.

 

Jan. 28

• Fire Call, 0119 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a commercial fire alarm going off at a local healthcare facility. Seven firefighter’s responded with one engine and one ladder truck.

• Medical Call, 0637 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a child experiencing a seizure. Firefighter/EMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to Central Montana Medical Center ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

• Medical Call, 1117 hrs: Dispatched to the scene of a male that was weak, shaky and not feeling well.  Firefighter/EMTs responded and administered aid. Patient care was turned over to Central Montana Medical Center ambulance personnel upon their arrival.

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