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PF&R Incident Statistics: August 21 - 27, 2011

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Incident Statistics:

(August 21 - 27, 2011)

Total Incidents: 1,490

Medical: 1,135

Fire: 97

Other: 258

Major Incidents: 7

  • 08/21/11 @ 1256 hrs, Water Rescue – Dive Incident, Columbia River east of I-5 Bridge. Search for lost Male.  Unable to locate.
  • 08/22/11 @ 1032 hrs, Water Rescue, Willamette River north of Burnside Bridge.  One male pulled from river and transported to local hospital.
  • 08/22/11 @ 1358 hrs, Residential Fire, 700 block of NE Killingsworth Ct. Loss: $12,500 Cause: Electrical Arcing.
  • 08/22/11 @ 1815 hrs, Residential Fire, 2400 block of NE Everett St.  Loss: $10,000 Cause: Faulty Electrical.    
  • 08/24/11 @ 1054 hrs, Apartment Fire, 10200 block of NE Prescott St.  Loss: $ 10,250 Cause: Cooking – Stove Top.
  • 08/25/11 @ 0546 hrs, Residential Fire, 7900 block of SE Harold St.  Loss: $38,500 Cause: Under Investigation.  1 Civilian Male transported to local hospital.
  • 08/26/11 @ 2237 hrs, Residential Fire, 3700 block of SE Rural St.  Loss: $13,000 Cause: Under Investigation.

Year to Date Incident Statistics:

(January 2, 2011 - current)

Total Incidents: 45,272

Medical: 36,305

Fire: 2,028

Other: 8,929

Major Incidents: 118

 

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