Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 352 calls the week of April 8-14: 297 emergency medical aid calls, 16 motor vehicle collisions, 15 fires, eight service calls, one hazardous materials response, one natural gas leak and 14 automatic fire alarms.
COLLISION. A car crashed into the front of an Edmonds townhouse in the 7300 block of 216th Street Southwest at 1:58 a.m. The driver fled. Firefighters transported the passenger to Stevens Hospital. Firefighters used a ladder to rescue the townhouse owner, who could not safely get to her first-floor exit after the car crashed into her living room. The woman was uninjured.
DIVER IN DISTRESS. Firefighters were called to Brackett’s Landing in Edmonds to help a diver in distress at the underwater park north of the ferry dock at 1:48 p.m. The diver was about 150 feet from shore when he experienced a medical problem. Another diver swam to show with the unconscious diver. Other divers were performing CPR on the 62-year-old man when firefighters arrived. Paramedics transported the man to Stevens Hospital.
VEHICLE FIRE. Firefighters responded to a fire in a trailer in Edmonds in the 22000 block of 90th Ave. W at 2:11 p.m.
CAR-PEDESTRIAN COLLISION. A 10-year-old on a bicycle was hit by a car in Edmonds in the 10100 block of Edmonds Way at 9:12 a.m. Firefighters transported the child to Stevens Hospital.
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