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    Emergency responses by Community FPD for 2017

    Fire Responses EMS Responses
    2535 calls 6789 calls

     Total responses have risen almost 19% over the last 10 years.  That increase keeps Community FPD firefighters and paramedics busy on a continual basis.


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     A 29 year old lady and her family, had the good fortune of deciding to do her shopping at Overland Plaza recently. While there she experienced chest pain and shortness of breath and an ambulance was called. The Community Fire Protection District responded with an ambulance from the engine house in Overland. On arrival the crew placed her on the Life Pak 15 for an EKG and oxygen saturation reading. The monitor immediately alarmed showing an elevated met hemoglobin of 3% and a carbon monoxide reading of 37%. She was placed on high flow oxygen and transported to a hospital for hyperbaric oxygen therapy. A call was placed to her residence and it was evacuated and the other family members were sent to medical treatment. An evaluation by the gas company found a faulty flu on the hot water heater. 


    The Community Fire Protection District is pleased to announce the deployment of the first two Lifepak 15 monitor/defibulators in the state of Missouri. The monitors present a new generation in patient monitoring. In addition to providing diagnostic quality 12-lead electrocardiograms the monitors also monitor: Sp02, EtCO2, SpCO, SpMet, & Noninvasive Blood Pressure. In Therapy modes the unit can preform manual defibrillation, AED defibrillation, synchronized cardioversion, & noninvasive pacing. The new units are in service on department ambulances 3817, 3827 and 3837.

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    Download: Community Fire District Spring 2009 Newsletter.pdf

    Careless disposal of smoking material and cigarettes is one of the leading cause of fatal residential fires in the United States  

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