The Warwick Community Ambulance Service fielded 174 calls and 11 standbys, worked 235 hours and traveled 1,900 miles in June. To date in 2017, Warwick EMS volunteers have fielded 820 calls and 23 standbys, worked 1,076 hours and traveled 9,667 miles.
For the month of June, Warwick EMS responded to the following: 30 calls each for general illness and falls; 19 calls for difficulty breathing; 14 calls each for cardiac and motor vehicle crashes; ten calls for pain; eight calls each for injuries, syncope and other; four calls each for diabetic and medic alert activation; three calls each for unresponsive persons, heat exhaustion, car versus pedestrian incidents, strokes, overdoses, and seizures; and two calls each for altered mental status and transports. The Warwick EMS also responded with mutual aid to Goshen three times, Greenwood Lake one time and Westtown one time.
The Warwick EMS was on standby 11 times, including for the Warwick Fire Department Parade, the LGBTQ Parade, and the Warwick Fire Department Carnival.