Fire Blotter | Bee Sting; Bicycle Accident; Trail Rescue

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to last week.

July 14, 2022

EMTs responded to assist an allergic individual who was stung by a bee and did not have an epi-pen. 

July 15, 2022

Firefighters were called to the Snoqualmie Police Station to evaluate an individual who had been arrested for suspected DUI and was having trouble breathing. 

July 15, 2022

EMTs were called to a residence to assist an individual with a documented respiratory disorder whose breathing machine was not working. The patient was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. 

July 15, 2022

Crews were called to Snoqualmie Falls Park to assist an individual who fell and possibly suffered a broken nose. The patient was taken to a nearby hospital. 

July 16, 2022

EMTs were called to assist an individual who fell off their bicycle while trail riding, possibly dislocating their knee. The patient was transported to a hospital. 

July 16, 2022

Crews were called to a reported brush fire near downtown North Bend. Multiple callers reported two trees on fire on Orchard Drive. The fire was extinguished. 

July 17, 2022

Crews were called to assist a Covid-positive individual who was experiencing dizziness. 

July 17, 2022

Crews responded to the I-90/SR 18 interchange for a single motorcycle accident where the driver lost control on the onramp, and the motorcycle slid out from under. The individual suffered possible shoulder and leg injuries and was taken to a nearby hospital. 

July 18, 2022

EMTs responded to assist an individual experiencing confusion and unsteadiness. The patient was taken to a nearby hospital. 

July 18, 2022

EMTs responded to the scene of a one-vehicle collision involving a driver who suffered an apparent heart attack. The vehicle went into a roadside ditch. CPR was initiated. The patient was taken to a hospital for treatment.

July 19, 2022

EMTs were called to the Dirty Harry Trailhead to assist a hiker who suffered a broken ankle. The patient was taken to a nearby hospital. 

July 20, 2022

Crews responded to the Snoqualmie River near Sandy Cove Park for a swift water rescue of three individuals on a paddle board stuck in a tree root ball 20 feet from shore. All three were rescued and uninjured. 

July 20, 2022

Firefighters responded to a serious fire in North Bend that destroyed the home. The fire was extinguished within approximately four hours. The home’s occupant and dog were not injured. 

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