Parkland Ambulance reports no cold exposure incidents

Staff ~ The Prince Albert Daily Herald
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The Parkland Ambulance Service responded 43 incidents during the weekend. Despite the cold weather and windchill warning, there were no significant cold exposure incidents. Among the calls they responded to were:

• At 5:37 a.m. on Saturday, paramedics responded to an assault in the 1200 block of 16th Street West. Paramedics cared for a 37-year-old male with minor injuries and he was taken to hospital for further care.

• At 11:50 p.m. on Saturday, paramedics responded to an assault in the 100 block of 26th Street West. Paramedics cared for a 37-year-old male with minor injuries and he was taken to hospital for further care.

• At 10:49 a.m.  on Sunday, paramedics responded to a motor vehicle collision at 12th Street and Second Avenue West. Paramedics reported there were no injuries in the incident.

Although there were no significant cold exposure incidents, Parkland Ambulance encourages people to stay indoors, keep warm and make sure to check on their neighbours.

Organizations: Parkland Ambulance Service

Geographic location: 12th Street

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