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Emergency dispatches

Nov. 2

9:26 a.m. — Two hay bales fell off a tractor-trailer one to two miles west of Marion on U.S. 56. Multiple sheriff’s officers were called to accident, which blocked the roadway. No one was hurt and the officers blocked the highway and a tractor removed the large bales from the road.

10:03 p.m. — Marion ambulance and two sheriff’s officers were called to an accident between Marion and Hillsboro on U.S. 56. The driver of a tractor-trailer said the trailer disconnected from the tractor on the road. The trailer was blocking the roadway when officers arrived. The driver did not require transport to a hospital.

Nov. 3

6:59 a.m. — Marion rescue, Marion fire, Lincolnville rescue, and Lincolnville first response were called to a motorcycle vs. deer collision on U.S. 77. The driver in his 60s was transported by Marion ambulance to St. Luke Hospital at 7:23 a.m. The dispatcher called the LifeTeam helicopter because of the severity of the accident.

9:33 p.m. — Peabody ambulance was called to Peabody Care Center to check on a female in her 50s that had swelling around her eyes and a hematoma on the back of her head. The dispatcher called the ambulance at 9:40 to tell the crew that they needed to go to Newton Medical Center and that the hematoma had grown throughout the day. Peabody ambulance transported the woman at 10:14.

Nov. 4

12:10 a.m. — Hillsboro ambulance was called to the 500 block of West Grand Avenue for a man in his 70s that was saying he could not get out of bed. The man eventually managed to get out of bed without help.

1:14 p.m. — Marion ambulance was called when a woman fell and hit her head in the 400 block of Locust in Marion on the sidewalk behind a residence. She did not require transport.

4:33 p.m. — Hillsboro ambulance was called to a residence in the 200 block of North Adams Street in Hillsboro, a teen-ager’s knee gave out when he got up from a chair. Hillsboro fire was called for a life assist. Emergency medical technicians put the boy’s leg in a splint. Hillsboro ambulance transported the boy at 5:41 to the airport for a LifeTeam pickup. LifeTeam was clear by 6:27.

4:50 p.m. — Peabody ambulance was called to Peabody Care Center where a woman was found unconscious but breathing. The ambulance was en route by 5:01 to Newton medical center.

5:12 p.m. — Marion ambulance and Hillsboro rescue were called to the 1800 block of Indigo Road near Hillsboro where a man was trapped underneath a tractor. Hillsboro rescue freed the man by 5:24. Marion ambulance took the man to Hillsboro Community Hospital by 5:43.

7:23 p.m. — Peabody ambulance made an ALS transport from Hillsboro Community hospital to Wichita. They arrived at HCH at 7:44 and were on the road by 8 p.m.

11:34 p.m. — Hillsboro ambulance was called to the 1500 block of Mustang for a female in her 60s who fell on her knee. The ambulance was en route to Hillsboro Community Hospital by 12:10 a.m. and arrived at 12:26.

Nov. 5

7:25 a.m. — Marion ambulance was called to 900 block of Melvin street for a female in her 50s suffering from a grand mal seizure. At 7:35, Marion fire was called for lift assistance. By 7:45 the ambulance was en route to St. Luke Hospital.

4:18 p.m. — Durham fire and Tampa ambulance were called to a grass fire at 290th Road between Bison and Elmo Roads. The fire department from Roxbury was also fighting the blaze started from a high loader. Durham fire reported the fire was under control by 4:46 p.m.

Nov. 6

7:23 p.m. — Hillsboro fire was called to Tabor College with a fire alarm at Dakota Hall. Firefighters reported it was burnt popcorn at 7:35 and they were ventilating the building.

8:34 p.m. — Goessel first response and Hillsboro ambulance were called to Bethesda Homes in Goessel for a patient in their 80s who was suffering from respitory distress. Hillsboro ambulance was en route to HCH by 9:11 and arrived at 9:29.

Nov. 7

3:23 p.m. — Goessel fire responded to a resident in the 100 block of East Main Street in Goessel complaining that the electrical wires in his or her house smelled like smoke. A second unit was called to use a thermal imaging camera. The fire department found that a circuit had shut off and the resident agreed to call an electrician.

Last modified Nov. 9, 2011

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