Here is a summary of Brentwood Fire and Rescue’s emergency responses for the period of February 12 through February 17, 2014.
We responded to 52 emergency calls for service.
These calls can be broken down into the following categories:
Hazardous Condition: 1
Service Call: 1
Good Intent: 10
False Call: 13
Thursday, February 13 at approximately 11:44 am:
E2 was dispatched on medical call for a report of a patient in labor. Initial dispatch information indicated that childbirth was imminent. E2, C3 and BPD arrived on scene and made contact with the patient who was in obvious labor. Within minutes of BFR arrival the patient’s baby was successfully delivered. EMS arrived on scene and both the mother and baby were quickly moved to the ambulance for further assessment. With both patients in good health EMS transported them non-emergency to a local hospital with one BFR crew member on board to assist with care. For press coverage of this incident please click on the following link:
Sunday, February 16 at approximately 10:37 am:
E2 was dispatched on a medical call for a report of a patient with chest pain. E2 arrived on scene to find one patient being tended to by bystanders. BFR crew members immediately began obtaining vital signs while E2’s paramedic obtained an EKG. The patient was placed on oxygen while a 12-lead EKG was obtained and examined by the paramedic. EMS arrived on scene and patient care was transferred. E2 personnel assisted with moving the patient to the ambulance and further on scene care including IV access. The patient was transported to a local hospital and E2 returned to service.
Sunday, February 16 at approximately 11:34 pm:
E4, R1 and C3 were dispatched on a report of a possible MVA with injuries. E4 arrived on scene to find one vehicle off the roadway, upside down and on fire. E4 personnel quickly checked the interior for occupants while simultaneously deploying a 1 ¾” attack line for extinguishment. It was verified that there were no occupants in or around the vehicle and the fire was quickly extinguished. C3 was cancelled and R1 was asked to stage on scene. Once all hazards were addressed control of the scene was transferred to BPD and BFR units returned to service and quarters. The driver of the vehicle was later discovered to have left the scene on foot.