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WILDWOOD - The Wildwood City Fire Department released their July 2020 statistics:

According to a release, members of the Wildwood City Fire Department responded to 656 fire and emergency medical related incidents for the month of July 2020. Members of the department also conducted 929 Fire Safety Inspections for the month. The statistics for the month are as follows:

Squad Company 3 responded to the following incidents:

Fires

(including building fires, cooking fires, rubbish fires, vehicle fires)

14

Rescue/EMS

(MVA’s, medical assists, elevator entrapments, water rescues)

124

Hazardous Conditions

(gas leaks, electrical hazards, aircraft stand-by)

31

Service Calls

(animal rescues, assist police department, public assists)

29

Good Intent Calls

(smoke scares, odor of smoke, investigations with no incident)

19

False Alarm & False Calls

(malfunctioning alarm systems, malicious alarms, unintentional alarms)

31

Total Engine Company Responses

248

Ambulance 3 responded to the following incidents:

Alcohol, drugs, overdose, toxins

48

Cardiac, chest pains, hypotension, hypertension

16

Bleeding, trauma, injuries, assaults

72

Weakness, malaise, sickness, dizziness, pain

86

Respiratory, shortness of breath, dyspnea

15

Seizure, stroke, neurological, unconscious, syncopal episodes, diabetic, hypoglycemic, altered mental status

37

Behavioral, depression, suicidal, anxiety, hallucination

16

General (DOA, fever, dehydration, allergic reaction, OB/Gyn.)

118

Total Emergency Medical Service Responses

408

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