The Warwick Community Ambulance Service fielded 129 calls and 13 standbys, worked 210 hours and traveled 1,699 miles in October. To date in 2017, Warwick EMS volunteers have fielded 1,371 calls and 57 standbys, worked 1,866 hours and traveled 16,493 miles.
For the month of October, Warwick EMS responded to the following calls: 30 for falls; 17 for general illness; 13 motor vehicle accidents; 11 cardiac issues; nine for injuries; five calls each for difficulty breathing, syncope, possible stroke, and the emotionally disturbed; four calls each for diabetic emergency, dog bites, altered mental status, unresponsive persons, and other calls; three calls for pain; and two calls each for searching for missing persons and for those who were suicidal.
The Warwick EMS responded with mutual aid to Chester and Pine Island and were on standby for Applefest, the Hamiltonian Marathon, Warwick H.S. football games, First Repsonders Day and for public service.