VRFA fire and rescue botter | Feb. 7

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The Valley Regional Fire Authority responded t0 247 calls for service between Jan. 27 and Feb. 2, among them the following:

Jan. 27

Aid call: 9:46 a.m., (Auburn). Firefighters helped two people who’d sustained minor injuries in a car-versus-tree accident but who did not require transportation to a hospital. A Washington State Patrol Trooper took the driver into custody.

Jan. 28

Truck Fire: 7:45 a.m., (Auburn). Valley Com dispatched firefighters to a reported commercial vehicle fire at a local trucking yard, but the fire was out when they got there, sans flames or smoke. A fire marshal investigated the incident as a possible battery fire.

Jan. 29

Aid call: 2:19 p.m., (Auburn). Firefighters responded to a middle-aged person who’d suffered a seizure while driving, lost control of his or her vehicle, spun 180 degrees and come to a stop facing oncoming traffic. A private ambulance scooted the person, who has a history of seizures, to Valley Medical Center in Renton.

Jan. 30

Aid call: 7:07 a.m., (Auburn). Firefighters helped school kids who’d just been involved in a low-speed, school bus accident, though none of them needed medical treatment.

Aid call: 8 a.m., (Auburn). Firefighters helped a school district employee who was complaining of head pain soon after she’d been assaulted while trying to break up a fight between students. The woman declined transportation to a hospital, said she’d go by private vehicle later if she needed it.

Feb. 1

Aid call: 7:39 p.m., (Pacific). Firefighters evaluated a person who was complaining of abdominal pain, and a private ambulance zipped him or her off to MultiCare Auburn Medical Center ( MAMC).

Feb. 2

Aid call: 12:52 p.m., (Lea Hill). Firefighters evaluated a person in the throes of a seizure, and a private ambulance motored him or her to MAMC.


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