Parkland Ambulance weekend roundup

Staff ~ The Prince Albert Daily Herald
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Other the weekend, Parkland Ambulance paramedics responded to 57 incidents, of which perhaps surprisingly none have had to do with incidents of cold exposure.



“Stay warm,” director of public affairs Lyle Karasiuk urged in a weekend round-up release. “Please stay indoors as Prince Albert and area continues to experience cold temperatures accompanied by high wind chills.”

Residents are also asked to check on their neighbours during this cold spell -- particularly seniors, those alone, and those without transportation.

“Thankfully school is not a factor on Monday, but those headed to work need to travel with care,” Karasiuk notes.

Karasiuk also notes numerous “sick” calls coming in to Parkland Ambulance, of which some might be flu-related, “though a diagnosis must be always made by a physician.”

Karasiuk urges those who have not received a flu shot to visit their family doctor or contact public Health. People are also urged to wash their hands frequently, cover their mouths while coughing, and sneezing into one’s arm rather than one’s hand to prevent the flu’s further spread.

Thankfully school is not a factor on Monday, but those headed to work need to travel with care Lyle Karasiuk

“If you are sick, stay home and get plenty of rest.”

The following are some of the weekend’s 57 calls to service that are of note.

• An alleged assault at Muskoday First Nation took place at about 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, after which paramedics cared for a 22-year-old man with serious injuries, who was taken to hospital for further care.

• A motor vehicle collision took place at about 1 a.m. on Saturday, in the 1000 block of 15th Street west. Paramedics cared for a 22-year-old woman with minor injuries, taking her by ambulance to hospital for further care. 

Organizations: Prince Albert, Muskoday First Nation

Geographic location: 15th Street

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