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October Significant Incidents

October Significant Incidents

October Significant Incident Summary:

  • 1,647 Total Incidents (RFA Responses)
    • 3 Significant Incidents
      • 2 Significant EMS Calls
      • 1 Significant Fire Call

Incident Details:

  • On Sunday, October 3rd, Renton RFA responded to a shooting in Station 14’s area on the 200 block of SW 5th Pl in the Plum Tree Apartments. We responded with King County Medic One with 2 engines and 1 officer rig for a total of 7 RFA personnel. A citizen was involved in a drive by shooting and received a gunshot wound to the right shoulder with no exit wound. Renton PD arrived on scene first and began applying pressure to the wound. The citizen had no feeling in his legs. RFA personnel assisted Medic One in treating the patient on their way to Harborview Medical Center.
  • On Saturday, October 30th, Renton RFA responded to a commercial fire in Station 12’s area on the 1300 block of Duvall Ave NE. We responded with Puget Sound RFA, Tukwila Fire, Eastside Fire & Rescue, Skyway Fire, Bellevue Fire and King County Medic One with 5 engines, 1 aid unit and 2 officer rigs for a total of 19 Renton RFA personnel. Crews arrived to find one of the buildings of an apartment complex on fire. After establishing command, personnel extinguished the flames completely after 6 hours. A fire investigation was completed by an RFA investigator, and the Red Cross was deployed to service all displaced families/individuals.
  • On Sunday, October 31st, Renton RFA responded to a stabbing in Station 17’s area on the 16900 block of 166th Pl SE. We responded with King County Medic One with 1 engine, 1 aid unit and 1 officer rig for a total of 5 RFA personnel. The victim was inside a car with another person and was cut on the neck. The victim then walked up to a nearby house where the occupant of the home called 9-1-1. RFA personnel arrived with King County medics to find the victim lying inside the house. RFA personnel assisted medics in treating the patient during transport to Valley Medical Center.

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