Overdose near Brannan Park | Fire blotter

From the Valley Regional Fire Authority.

The Valley Regional Fire Authority responded to 318 calls for service between May 27 and June 2, among them the following:

May 27

Aid call: 10:06 a.m. (Auburn). Firefighters evaluated an Auburn senior citizen who had fallen and suffered a head injury, and TriMed transported him to MultiCare Auburn Medical Center.

May 28

Aid call: 8:05 p.m. (Auburn). Firefighters responded to a 70-year-old woman who had fallen on her front porch without injuring herself, but needed assistance standing up. After helping her inside, crews determined she could benefit from help provided her by the VRFA CARES program. Firefighters referred her to the program.

May 29

Head injury: 2:57 p.m. (Pacific). Firefighters and King County Medic One paramedics responded to an unconscious man with altered mental status who had fallen at a business and hit his head on concrete. Paramedics intubated and stabilized the fellow, then transported him via Airlift Northwest to Harborview Medical Center.

May 30

Overdose: 6:22 p.m. (Auburn). Firefighters evaluated and treated an unconscious man outside a homeless encampment just east of the walking trail near Brannan Park. King County Medic One paramedics administered Naloxone to the man, whom a private ambulance then transported to MultiCare Auburn Medical Center.

May 31

Commercial fire: 10:38 a.m. (Auburn). Firefighters responding to reports of flames on the roof of Walmart discovered a large, slow-moving, smoldering burn on the northeast corner of the building, which they snuffed out before removing roofing material to ensure it was fully out. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

June 1

Aid call: 8:14 a.m. (Auburn). Firefighters evaluated an Auburn senior citizen who had been complaining of chest pain, and then hustled her to a local hospital for further definitive care.

June 2

Aid call: 2:37 p.m. (Auburn). Firefighters stabilized and evaluated a man in his 70s at the Muckleshoot Casino who was complaining of dizziness and lightheadedness. King County Medic One paramedics transported the man to MultiCare Auburn Medical Center for further evaluation.