For the period of:

Feb. 15 to March 15

Total Calls: 90

EMS: 60

Fire/service: 11

Other: 19

Feb. 18

Key Peninsula Firefighters responded to reports of a boat adrift in Filucy Bay after high winds. When arriving on scene a barge with someone on it was adrift in the bay. Anderson Island provided a fire boat to check the barge and handled the remainder of the call.

Feb. 19

A 78-year-old Wauna woman was experiencing difficulty breathing and requested EMS to the scene. The woman was treated and transported to St. Anthony Hospital.

Feb. 20

Key Peninsula Firefighters responded to the 911 call of an elderly Wauna woman complaining of difficulty breathing. The woman’s family requested she be transported to the hospital for evaluation. After treatment by medics the woman reported feeling better and was taken to a local hospital for further treatment.

Feb. 24

Key Peninsula Fire medics responded to an elderly man who had fall. The man had trouble remembering what happened around the time of the fall and was transported to a local hospital for evaluation and further treatment.

March 2

Key Peninsula Firefighters responded to an intoxicated male with Pierce County Sheriff Department. The man had been drinking and refused transport or treatment at the hospital. Early the next morning firefighters were called back to the scene for the same man having alcohol withdrawals. The man was compliant the second time and was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

March 3

Key Peninsula Fire medics responded to an elderly Lakebay woman for difficulty breathing. The woman had been on antibiotics for a while and saw no improvement in her breathing problems so she called 911. The woman was treated and transported to a local emergency department for treatment and evaluation.

March 8

Key Peninsula Fire Department responded to unresponsive female. The young lady’s husband called 911 when he could not elicit a response from his wife. Medic 44’s crew arrived to the home in Horseshoe Lake Estates and found the woman seated in her chair and not responding normally. She was transported to St. Anthony Hospital for evaluation and treatment. Medic crews reported the woman was alert and talking with them on arrival in the ER.

March 9

Key Peninsula Fire responded to a 911 call from an elderly Wauna man. The man had a knee that swells occasionally and swelled to the point that he couldn’t get around the house very well. The man was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

March 14

Key Peninsula Firefighters responded to reports of an illegal burn in the Wauna area. On arriving at the address it was discovered a neighbor dispute has been ongoing and a neighbor had been burning trash near the property line. The fire was extinguished and the party was educated on the current burning regulations.

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