Vol. 9, No. 22 – August 3 – August 16, 2016 – Harbor Patrol Blotter

 7-17 5:03pm, received a dispatch to a water rescue, 2 persons caught in a rip current at Surfers Point.  Officers responded and assisted State Parks lifeguards with the rescue.  The victims were assessed and released at the scene.

5:25pm, received a dispatch to a fall victim at 1583 Spinnaker Drive.  Officers assisted an elderly patient who fell into a thorn bush and transported to local hospital for further evaluation.  

6:06pm, received a report of two capsized kayaks and their operators in the water near Ventura Isle Marina.  Officers responded and pulled the two from the water and returned them to the Dreamer Rentals docks.            

7-18 4:15pm, received a report of a vessel accident at Ventura West Marina.  Officers responded and investigated the incident.

10:58pm, dispatched to a traffic accident on the Santa Clara Bridge.  Officers responded and assisted CHP, Ventura Fire and AMR with a head-on collision.  Major damage to the bridge was sustained but no major injuries to either party.     

7-19 1:38pm, received a dispatch to a stroke patient at the marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and assisted Ventura Fire/AMR with an 88 year old female who was eventually released at the scene after a complete assessment.
7-20 12:13pm, dispatched to a medical at the marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and assisted Fire and AMR with an ill person who was eventually transported to local hospital for further evaluation.

5:05pm, received a report of a vessel accident in the turning basin of the Harbor.  Officers responded and investigated the accident between 2 sailboats.     

7-22 2:46pm, dispatched to an ill person at marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and the incident turned out to be a false alarm.
7-23 10:15pm, dispatched to a medical at marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and assisted Fire and AMR with an ill person.

12:33pm, dispatched to a medical at Harbor Cove beach for an allergic reaction.  Officers responded and the patient was transported to local hospital.

 

 

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