Vol. 10, No. 11 – March 1 – March 14, 2017 – Harbor Patrol

  2-01 9:20am, received a report of a female threatening to jump off the pier in an attempt to commit suicide.  Officers responded in the fireboat and assisted Ventura PD, State Parks with the call.  The individual was not located after an extensive search of the pier and surrounding area.     
2-02 3:10pm, received a dispatch to a residential fire alarm at a unit in the marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and found the unit was being painted and the fumes set off the alarm.            
  2-04 11:40am, received a dispatch to an unknown medical at marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and were unable to locate a patient.  A neighbor of the individual advised the patient was in a convalescent hospital.                
   2-05 6:12pm, received a dispatch to a unknown medical at the intersection of Harbor Blvd/Schooner Drive.  Officers responded and assisted Ventura fire/AMR with local female transient who has fallen and can’t get up to diabetic nerve pain.  Patient was transported to local hospital.                
2-06 6:24am, received a dispatch to a fall victim at the marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and assisted Ventura fire/AMR with the patient.  The patient was lifted back to her bed and refused further assistance.

9:46am, received a report of a diesel spill in the Arundell Baranca.  Officers responded and found a rainbow sheen but nothing that was retrievable.  Advised environmental health of the sheen.

10:50am, received a dispatch to a medical at Surfers Knoll.  Officers responded and assisted Ventura fire and PD with local transient female suffering from exposure to the elements.  She was released at the scene.

6:16pm, received dispatch to a fall victim at the marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and assisted Ventura fire/AMR with an 86 year old male who fell.  The patient was eventually transported to local hospital.      

   2-07 9:55am, received a report of an injured sea-bird at the launch ramp.  Officers responded but were unable to capture the injured bird, it was able to fly away.  Bird rescue was advised and the search/capture will continue.
   

 

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