Saline County Ambulance Calls April 22-28, 2018:

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Sunday, April 22:

Before noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported one person experiencing a medical emergency requiring advanced life support.

After noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported two people experiencing a medical emergency requiring advanced life support.

Monday, April 23:

Before noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported one person experiencing a medical emergency requiring advanced life support and one person refused treatment.

After noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported two people experiencing a medical emergency requiring advanced life support, two people experiencing a medical emergency requiring basic life support and one person experiencing a medical non-emergency requiring basic life support.

Tuesday, April 24:

Before noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported two people experiencing a medical emergency requiring advanced life support and two people experiencing a medical emergency requiring basic life support.

After noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported one person experiencing a medical emergency requiring advanced life support, one person experiencing a medical emergency requiring basic life support and one person experiencing a medical non-emergency requiring basic life support.

Wednesday, April 25:

Before noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported one person experiencing a medical emergency requiring basic life support.

After noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported one person experiencing a medical emergency requiring advanced life support.

Thursday, April 26:

After noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported one person experiencing a medical emergency requiring advanced life support.

Friday, April 27:

After noon, Saline County Ambulance District 3 treated and transported two people experiencing a medical emergency requiring basic life support and one person experiencing a medical non-emergency requiring advanced life support.

Saturday, April 28:

No calls were reported.

Editorís note: All information contained in these briefs come from unofficial statistics provided by Saline County Ambulance District No. 3, which primarily serves the Marshall area.