The following are the Fire Reports for Feb. 22-29
1:21-1:58 a.m., FM 2268 and I-35 Service Rd. NB. Out to a Motor Vehicle Accident unknown injuries. Arrived on scene to find 1 vehicle in the ditch at the intersection of I-35 NB Service Rd. and FM 2268 with major front end and back end damage. 1 patient was out of the vehicle walking around and had no complaints. No other patients in the vehicle. The vehicle had struck a intersection light right off service rd. Scott & White arrived on scene and got a no transport on patient. No further assistance needed and all units cleared. 3 units, 6 personnel.
2:31-4:26 p.m., FM 2843 and Cedar Valley. Arrived on scene to find a small grassfire and most was extinguished. Used around 250 gallons to finish putting the fire out and cooling it off. No other dangers found, fire was caused by a hot transmission on a jeep in tall grass. 3 units, 5 personnel.
10:24-11:00 a.m., 1400 Block Stagecoach Circle. Arrived on scene to find patient laying on the floor. Obtained and charted vitals. Scott & White arrived on scene and assumed patient care, assisted with loading patient for transport. Salado Police and BCSO Constable also on scene and assisted FD and EMS. 2 units, 2 personnel.
4:50-5:25 p.m., 4300 Block Amanda Dr. Out to a patient having suicidal problems. Arrived on scene to find Scott & White Medic on scene with patient care. Patient was suffering from dementia and appeared to be getting worse, no further assist needed and all units cleared. 2 units, 3 personnel.
11:08-11:35 p.m., 800 Block M. Way. Female patient difficulty breathing, Scott & White arrived on scene. Stood by, patient was transported. 2 units, 3 personnel.
10:05-10:41 a.m., 9900 Block Live Oak. Out to Live Oak Rd. for a psych patient. Staged until safe scene given by BCSO. Approached scene and talked to BCSO. Scott & White Medic arrived on scene and took over patient care. Scott & White transported, all units cleared. 1 unit, 2 personnel.