Fire Blotter | Abdominal Pain; Ankle Injury; Possible Overdose  

February 2, 2024

EMTs were dispatched to the Rattlesnake Lake Trail for a report of an injured hiker atop Rattlesnake Ledge. The hiker fell, injured their knee, and could not walk down the trail. Crews hiked to the top of the trail, packaged the patient, and transported the injured patient down the trail, where they were then transported to the hospital. 

February 2, 2024

Crews responded to a Snoqualmie home to assist two fall patients. One individual fell and required lift assistance. The other patient fell into the other and suffered a possible back injury. No hospital transport was required. 

February 4, 2024

Crews responded to a Snoqualmie home to assist an individual who was suffering from lower rib pain. The person had suffered multiple falls in the previous days, and it was now painful when breathing or moving. The patient was transported to the hospital. 

February 4, 2024

Crews responded to a Snoqualmie home to assist an individual who ‘passed out’ and fell.  A spouse found the person awake on the ground but did not remember falling. The patient was transported to the hospital. 

February 5, 2024

Crews responded to a Snoqualmie Ridge business for the report of a natural gas odor. The building was evacuated. Crews investigated but found nothing. PSE was called to investigate further.

February 5, 2024

Crews responded to SnoKing Ice Arena for the report of a person on the ice who suffered a possible ankle injury. The person was transported to the hospital.  

February 7, 2024

Crews responded to the roundabout near the Snoqualmie Casino for a motor vehicle accident. One car went into a ditch. The driver was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. 

February 8, 2024

Crews responded to Mount Si High School for a reported possible drug overdose. The individual was shaky and slow to respond. The patient was transported to the hospital. 

[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]

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