Suffolk County Fire Codes
Suffolk County Fire Codes
w2lie, Saturday May 11, 2013 - 17:34:00


Suffolk County Fire Codes

CodeDescription
1Disaster/emergency (radio freq. clearance requested, avoid all but emergency transmissions)
2Proceed(ing) to alarm
3Additional help needed
4Under control
5Return(ing) to station
6Leaving unit
7Returned to unit
8Refreshments
9Stand(ing) by
10Notify police
10ARequest SCPD Arson Squad
10A - 1Structural or motor vehicle fire involving death or serious injury
10A - 2Occupied commercial building
10A - 3Occupied dwelling
10A - 4Vacant commercial building
10A - 5Vacant dwelling
10A - 6Motor vehicle fire
11Notify LIPA/Telco
12Brush fire
13Structural fire
14Vehicle fire
15Drill/practice
16Ambulance/rescue call
17Unit breakdown, unable to proceed
18Proceeding to hospital
19Radio check
20Message received
21Arrived on the scene
22Location
23Miscellaneous alarm
24Mutual aid
25Dismiss companies
26Boat fire
27Plane crash
28In service
29Turn on traffic light
34Call HQ
35Working fire
36Unit out of district
37Unit returned to district
38Unit out of service
39Request fire police
40Request fire marshal (specify town or county)
50DOA
51Bleeding
52Breathing difficulty
53Burns
54Poisoning
55Heart attack
56Head injury
57Maternity
58Fracture
59Routine transport
60MCI (Mass Casualty Incident)
61Doctor requested at scene
62Crisis management team requested
63Clergy to scene
64Clergy to hospital
99Civil Disturbance
100Scene Emergency * all units sound air horns * evacuate bldg/area *


 

 
Suffolk AMPDS (Advanced Medical Priority Dispatch System)

Alerts will most likely have a priority associated with them as follows:
  • Alpha Code 1 - Low Priority
  • Bravo Code 2 - Medium Priority
  • Charlie Code 3 - Potential thread to life or property
  • Delta Code 3 - Immediate threat to life or property
  • Echo Code 3 - Fire or emergency that involves imminent threat to life
  • Omega Code 1 - Low Priority

51 - Aircraft Emergency
  • D1 - Aircraft Crash
  • D2 - Aircraft Crash involving structure
  • D3 - Aircraft Fire on the ground
  • C1 - Aircraft Incoming with Full Emergency
  • C2 - Aircraft Incoming with Minor Emergency
  • B1 - Unknown Situation
  • A1 - Stand By
  • O1 - Airborne Aircraft
  • Each code will also have a suffix
    • L - Large aircraft
    • S - Small aircraft
    • M - Military
    • U - Unknown

52 - Alarms
  • C1 - High Life Hazard
  • C2 - High Rise
  • C3 - Commercial Structure
  • C4 - Unknown
  • B1 - Residential (Multiple)
  • B2 - Residential (Single)
  • B3 - Non-Dwelling Structure (Shed, Garage, etc)
  • B4 - Mobile Home, Portable Office
  • O1 - Burglar Hold-up Alarm
  • O2 - Medical Alarm

  • Each code will also have a suffix
    • C - CO alarm
    • G - General/Fire
    • H - Heat (temperature) detector
    • I - Industrial Gas/HAZMAT
    • K - Keypad ( manual)
    • O - Other
    • P - Pull Station
    • S - Smoke Detector
    • T - Trouble/Tamper
    • W - Waterflow/Sprinkler

53 - Citizen Assist/Service Call
  • C1 - Water Problem or Electrical Hazard
  • B1 - Locked in Vehicle with Possible Medical Assistance Required
  • B2 - Locked in or Out of Dwelling with Possible Medical Assistance Required
  • B3 - Citizen's Assist with Possible Medical Assistance Required
  • B4 - Unknown Situation
  • A1 - Locked in Vehicle with no Medical Assistance Required
  • A2 - Locked in or Out of Dwelling with no Medical Assistance Required
  • A3 - Citizen's Assist with no Medical Assistance Required
  • A4 - Animal Rescue
  • A5 - Water Problem
  • O1 - Locked out of Vehicle
  • O2 - Down Trees and Objects
  • O3 - Hydrant Problems
  • O4 - Sewer Problems
  • O5 - Water Main Break
  • O6 - Other

54 - Confined Space / Structure Collapse
  • D1 - Confirmed Entrapment
  • D2 - Unconfirmed Entrapment or Hazardous Materials
  • C1 - Confirmed Entrapment
  • B1 - Unconfirmed Entrapment or Hazardous Materials
  • Each code will also have a suffix
    • A - Avalanche
    • C - Confined Space
    • M - Mudslide
    • S - Structure collapse
    • T - Trench collapse
    • U - Unknown

55 - Electrical Hazard
  • C1 - Electrical Hazard with or near water
  • C2 - Wires down with smoke or Arcing
  • B1 - Electrical Arcing
  • B2 - Wires down with no smoke or Arcing
  • B3 - Appliance with odor present
  • B4 - Electrical odor
  • B5 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • A1 - Transformer outside (wire or pole)
  • A2 - Appliance with no odor present
  • Each code may also have a suffix
    • P - Power reportedly disconnected

56 - Elevator / Escalator Rescue
  • D1 - Entrapment (escalator) with injuries
  • B1 - Elevator malfunction - occupants inside (medical condition present)
  • B2 - Caught (escalator) with no injuries
  • B3 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • A1 - Elevator malfunction - occupants inside

57 - Explosion
  • D1 - High Life Hazard
  • D2 - High Rise
  • D3 - Commercial structure
  • D4 - Residential (multiple)
  • D5 - Residential (single)
  • D6 - Large non-dwelling structure (barn, storage building)
  • D7 - Small non-dwelling structure (shed, detached garage)
  • D8 - Large Fuel/Fire Load vehicle (bus, camper, motor home)
  • D9 - Mobile home, house trailer, portable office
  • B1 - Vehicle explosion
  • B2 - Non-structure explosion
  • B3 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • Each code may also have a suffix
    • F - Fire

58 - Extrication / Entrapped (Machinery, Vehicle)
  • D1 - Entrapment (confirmed)
  • B1 - Entrapment (unconfirmed)
  • B2 - Long Longer Trapped

59 - Fuel Spill
  • C1 - Uncontained Large spill
  • C2 - Contained Large spill
  • C3 - In or near waterway
  • C4 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • B1 - Uncontained Small spill
  • B2 - Contained Small spill
  • Large spill = > 5 gal
  • Small spill = < 5 gal
  • Same as the DEC

60 - Gas Leak / Gas Odor (Natural and LP Gases)
  • D1 - High Life Hazard
  • D2 - High Rise
  • D3 - Commercial structure
  • D4 - Residential (multiple)
  • C1 - Residential (single)
  • C2 - Outside line/tank > or = 5 Gal
  • B1 - Outside tank < 5 gal
  • B2 - Outside odor/Unknown source
  • Each code may also have a suffix
    • O - Odor only

61 - HAZMAT
  • D1 - HAZMAT (uncontained)
  • D2 - HAZMAT Outdoors
  • D3 - Illegal Drug Lab Outdoors
  • D4 - Illegal Drug Lab Uncontained and Moving
  • C1 - HAZMAT (contained)
  • C2 - Illegal Drug Lab (contained)
  • B1 - Small spill (< or = 5 gal)
  • A1 - Abandoned Waste
  • Each code may also have a suffix
    • B - Biological
    • C - Chemical
    • R - Radiological
    • U - Unknown

62 - High Angle Rescue
  • D1 High Angle rescue
  • B1 Unknown situation (investigation)
  • Each code will also have a suffix
    • A - Above ground
    • B - Below ground

63 - Lightning Strike (investigation)
  • C1 - High Life Hazard
  • C2 - High Rise
  • C3 - Commercial Structure
  • C4 - Residential (multiple)
  • B1 - Residential (single)
  • B2 - Non-Dwelling structure (shed, garage)
  • B3 - Mobile home, house trailer, portable office
  • B4 - Outside lightning strike
  • B5 - Unknown situation (investigation)

64 - Marine Fire
  • D1 - Threatened structure or other boats
  • D2 - Docked in Coastal Water
  • D3 - Docked in Inland Water
  • D4 - Beached in Coastal Water
  • D5 - Beached in Inland Water
  • D6 - Coastal Water (harbor, Great South Bay, etc)
  • D7 - Oceanic Water (ocean, L. I. Sound)
  • D8 - Inland Water (lake, river, etc)
  • D9 - Dry dock
  • B1 - Extinguished fire
  • Each code will also have a suffix
    • L - Large > Or = 50 ft
    • M - Medium 25 - 49 ft
    • S - Small < 25 ft

65 - Mutual Aid / Assist Outside Agency
  • D1 - Mutual Aid to incident (multiple units - HOT)
  • D2 - Assist Outside Agency (multiple units - HOT)
  • B1 - Mutual Aid to incident (single unit - HOT)
  • B2 - Assist Outside Agency (single unit - HOT)
  • A1 - Mutual Aid to incident (multiple units - COLD)
  • A2 - Assist Outside Agency (multiple units - Cold)
  • A3 - Mutual Aid to incident (single unit - COLD)
  • A4 - Assist Outside Agency (single unit - COLD)
  • A5 - Mutual Aid move up/cover (station assignment)
  • A6 - Mutual Aid to staging area
  • Each code may also have a suffix
    • H - HAZMAT

66 - Odor (strange / unknown)
  • C1 - Odor with patient(s)
  • A1 - Odor inside
  • A2 - Odor outside

67 - Outside Fire
  • E1 - Person on fire (outside)
  • D1 - Wildland Fire
  • D2 - Brush/grass fire
  • D3 - Large Outside fire
  • D4 - Large Outside fire wit hazardous materials present
  • B1 - Small outside fire
  • B2 - Small outside fire with hazardous materials present
  • B3 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • A1 - Transformer (wire or pole)
  • A2 - Extinguished fire
  • O1 - Controlled Burn
  • Each code may also have a suffix to delineate what is threatened
    • A - Animals
    • P - People
    • R - Residential
    • S - Structure
    • U - Unknown
    • V - Vehicle

68 - Smoke Investigation (outside)
  • C1 - Heavy smoke
  • A1 - Light smoke
  • A2 - Odor of smoke

69 - Structure Fire
  • E1 - Person on fire (inside)
  • E2 - Trapped in Structure Fire
  • D1 - High Life Hazard
  • D2 - High Rise
  • D3 - Commercial structure
  • D4 - Residential (multiple)
  • D5 - Residential (single)
  • D6 - Chimney
  • D7 - Large non-dwelling structure (barn, storage building)
  • D8 - Small non-dwelling structure (shed, detached garage)
  • D9 - Mobile home, house trailer, portable office
  • D10 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • C1 - Appliance (contained)
  • C2 - Extinguished fire
  • Each code may also have a suffix
    • H - HAZMAT
    • S - Smoke odor
    • Z - HAZMAT & Smoke odor

70 - Train / Rail Incident
  • D1 - Structure involved
  • D2 - Derailment below ground
  • D3 - Derailment elevated (above ground)
  • D4 - Derailment at ground level
  • D5 - Derailment in a tunnel
  • D6 - Fire on board below ground
  • D7 - Fire on board elevated (above ground)
  • D8 - Fire on board at ground level
  • D9 - Fire on board in a tunnel
  • D10 - Vehicle(s) involved
  • B1 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • 01 - Moving Train
  • Each code may also have a suffix
    • C - Cable car
    • F - Freight train
    • L - Light rail
    • M - Monorail
    • P - Passenger (commuter) train
    • S - Subway
    • T - Trolley
    • U - Unknown

71 - Vehicle Fire
  • E1 - Vehicle fire (occupants trapped)
  • D1 - Vehicle fire with threatened structure
  • D2 - Tanker or tractor trailer (semi) with flammable cargo
  • D3 - Large Fuel/Fire load vehicle
  • C1 - Vehicle fire threatening non structure
  • C2 - Vehicle fire in Parking Garage (Parkade)
  • B1 - Vehicle fire
  • B2 - Large Fuel/Fire load vehicle (extinguished)
  • A1 - Vehicle fire (extinguished)
  • Each code may also have a suffix
    • A - Alternative fuel/Hybrid vehicle
    • H - HAZMAT
    • Y - HAZMAT and Alternative fuel/Hybrid vehicle

72 - Water Rescue
  • E1 - Sinking vehicle
  • E2 - Ice rescue
  • E3 - Swift Water rescue
  • E4 - Scuba dive accident
  • E5 - Swimming pool rescue
  • E6 - Coastal Water rescue
  • E7 - Inland Water rescue
  • E8 - Oceanic Water rescue
  • B1 - Stranded Motorist (non-threatened)
  • B2 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • A1 - Animal Rescue

73 - Watercraft in Distress
  • D1 - Taking on water
  • D2 - Person Overboard
  • D3 - Flare sighting (orange or red)
  • D4 - Unknown situation (investigation)
  • B1 - Out of fuel
  • B2 - Engine will not start
  • B3 - Run aground
  • B4 - Flare sighting (other than orange or red)
  • Each code will also have a suffix
    • C - Coastal
    • I - Inland
    • O - Oceanic





Suffolk County EMS Codes

1. Abdominal Pains/Problems
  • A1 - Abdominal pain
  • C1 - Males (older than 34)
  • C2 - Females (older than 45)
  • C3 - Not alert
  • C4 - Females with fainting (ages 12

2. Allergies/Hives/Red Reaction/Stings
  • A1 - No difficulty breathing or swallowing
  • B1 - Unknown symptoms (3rd party situation)
  • C1 - Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  • D1 - Severe respiration distress
  • D2 - Not alert
  • D3 - Condition worsening
  • E1 - Ineffective Breathing

3. Animal Bites/Attacks
  • A1 - Superficial or minor bites
  • A2 - Spider or insect bites
  • B1 - Peripheral bites with serious bleeding
  • B2 - Unknown injuries (3rd party situation)
  • D1 - Severe central bites
  • D2 - Large carnivores
  • D3 - Zoo animal
  • D4 - Exotic animal
  • D5 - Any snake
  • D6 - Attacks or multiple animals

4. Assault/Rape
  • A1 - Not dangerous injuries
  • A2 - Non-recent injuries (> 6 hrs)
  • B1 - Possibly dangerous injuries
  • B2 - Serious hemorrhages
  • B3 - Unknown injuries (3rd party situation)
  • D1 - Multiple victims
  • D2 - Dangerous injuries
  • D3 - Not alert
  • D4 - Abnormal breathing

5. Back Pain
  • A1 - Non-traumatic back pain
  • A2 - Non recent traumatic back pain (> 6 hrs)
  • C1 - Fainting (age > 50 and non-traumatic)
  • D1 - Not alert

6. Breathing Problems
  • C1 - Difficulty breathing
  • C2 - Asthma
  • C3 - Cardiac history
  • D1 - Severe respiratory distress
  • D2 - Not alert
  • D3 - Sweat or changing colors
  • E1 - Ineffective Breathing

7. Burns/Explosion
  • A1 - Small burns
  • A2 - Sunburn or minor burns (< hand size)
  • B1 - Unknown extent (3rd party situation)
  • C1 - Difficulty breathing
  • C2 - Large burns
  • D1 - Multiple victims
  • D2 - Severe respiratory distress
  • D3 - Not Alert
  • D4 - Explosion

8. Carbon Monoxide/Inhalation/HazMat
  • B1 - Alert and breathing normally
  • C1 - Alert with abnormal breathing
  • D1 - Multiple victims
  • D2 - Not alert
  • D3 - HazMat
  • D4 - Unknown status (3rd party situation)

9. Cardiac/Respiratory Arrest
  • B1 - Obvious death situation (unquestionable)
  • D1 - Suspected cardiac arrest
  • D2 - Suspected respiratory arrest
  • E1 - Not Breathing At All
  • E2 - Breathing Uncertain (Agonal)
  • E3 - Hanging
  • E4 - Strangulation
  • E5 - Suffocation
  • E6 - Underwater

10. Chest pain
  • A1 - Normal breathing (age < 35)
  • C1 - Normal breathing (age > 35)
  • C2 - Abnormal breathing
  • C3 - Cocaine
  • C4 - Cardiac History
  • D1 - Severe respiratory distress
  • D2 - Not Alert
  • D3 - Sweaty or changing color

11. Choking
  • A1 - No longer choking (can talk or cry), is alert and breathing normally)
  • D1 - Choking
  • D2 - Abnormal breathing
  • D3 - Not alert
  • E1 - Choking Verified/Ineffective Breathing

12. Convulsions/Seizures
  • A1 - Breathing now physically verified by caller
  • B1 - Age < 35 (breathing not verified)
  • C1 - Pregnancy
  • C2 - Trauma
  • C3 - Diabetic
  • C4 - Cardiac History
  • D1 - Continuous or multiple seizures
  • D2 - Age > 35 (breathing not verified)
  • D3 - Not breathing (verified)

13. Diabetic Problems
  • A1 - Conscious and alert
  • C1 - Conscious but not alert
  • C2 - Conscious with abnormal breathing
  • D1 - Unconscious

14. Drowning (near) / Diving Accident
  • A1 - Alert and breathing normally (no injuries and out of water)
  • B1 - Alert and breathing normally (injuries and/or in water)
  • B2 - Unknown status (3rd party sit.)
  • C1 - Alert with abnormal breathing
  • D1 - Unconscious
  • D2 - Not breathing or underwater
  • D3 - Not alert and/or abnormal breathing
  • D4 - Suspected neck injury
  • D5 - Diving or SCUBA accident

15. Electrocution
  • C1 - Alert and breathing normally
  • D1 - Unconscious
  • D2 - Not disconnected from power
  • D3 - Power not off/hazard present
  • D4 - Not alert
  • D5 - Abnormal breathing
  • D6 - Long fall (> 6 ft./2m.)
  • D7 - Unknown status (3rd party situation)
  • E1 - Not Breathing/Ineffective Breathing

16. Eye problems / injuries
  • A1 - Moderate eye injury
  • A2 - Minor eye injury
  • B1 - Severe eye injuries
  • D1 - Not alert

17. Falls / Back injuries (traumatic)
  • A1 - Not dangerous injuries
  • A2 - Non-recent injuries (> 6 hrs.)
  • B1 - Possible dangerous injuries
  • B2 - Serious hemorrhage
  • B3 - Unknown injuries (3rd party situation)
  • D1 - Dangerous injuries
  • D2 - Long fall (> 6 ft./2 m.)
  • D3 - Not alert
  • D4 - Abnormal breathing

18. Headache
  • A1 - Headache only (without prior symptoms)
  • C1 - Not alert
  • C2 - Numbness or paralysis
  • C3 - Speech or movement problems
  • C4 - Sudden onset of severe pain
  • C5 - Recent head injuries (< 24 hrs.)

19. Heart Problems
  • A1 - Heart rate < 130 (without prior symptoms)
  • B1 - Unknown symptoms
  • C1 - Not alert
  • C2 - Cardiac History
  • C3 - Heart rate >130 (without prior symptoms)
  • C4 - Cocaine
  • D1 - Firing of implanted defibrillator

20. Heat / cold exposure
  • A1 - Alert (without prior symptoms)
  • B1 - Change in skin color
  • B2 - Unknown symptoms (3rd party situation)
  • C1 - Cardiac History
  • D1 - Not alert

21. Hemorrhage / lacerations
  • A1 - Not dangerous hemorrhage
  • B1 - Possibly dangerous hemorrhage
  • D1 - Dangerous hemorrhage
  • D2 - Not alert
  • D3 - Severe respiratory distress

22. Industrial / machinery accidents
  • B1 - Unknown illness or injuries (not caught in machinery)
  • D1 - Multiple victims
  • D2 - Trapped or caught in machinery (unknown injuries)
  • D3 - Life status questionable

23. Overdose / ingestion / poisoning
  • A1 - Conscious and alert (age 1 though 11 years)
  • B1 - Conscious and alert ( age < 1 or > 12 years)
  • C1 - Not alert (unable to talk)
  • C2 - Abnormal breathing
  • C3 - Antidepressants (tricyclic)
  • C4 - Cocaine
  • C5 - Acid or lye (alkali)
  • C6 - Violent
  • D1 - Unconscious
  • D2 - Severe respiratory distress

24. Pregnancy / childbirth / miscarriage
  • A1 - 1st trimester bleeding or miscarriage
  • A2 - Illness during pregnancy (without priority symptoms)
  • B1 - Labor (delivery not imminent 2nd/3rd trimester)
  • B2 - Unknown pregnancy problems (3rd party situation)
  • C1 - 2nd trimester bleeding or miscarriage
  • D1 - Baby born
  • D2 - Baby's head visible (crowning)
  • D3 - Imminent delivery (3rd trimester)
  • D4 - 3rd trimester bleeding
  • D5 - Breach presentation

25. Psychiatric emergency/suicide attempt
  • A1 - Non-violent and non-suicidal (alert)
  • B1 - Unknown symptoms (3rd party situation)
  • C1 - Not alert
  • C2 - Violent
  • C3 - Suicidal (threatening)
  • D1 - Hanging, strangulation, or suffocation

26. Sick person (specific diagnosis)
  •  - 2 Boils
  •  - 3 Bumps
  •  - 4 Can't Sleep
  •  - 5 Can't Urinate (Without Abdominal Pain)
  •  - 6 Catheter (in/out without hemorrhaging)
  •  - 7 Constipation
  •  - 8 Cramps/Spasms (In Extremities)
  •  - 9 Cut Off Ring Request
  •  - 10 Deafness
  •  - 11 Defecation
  •  - 12 Earache
  •  - 13 Enema
  •  - 14 Gout
  •  - 15 Hemorrhoids/piles
  •  - 16 Hepatitis
  •  - 17 Hiccups
  •  - 18 Hungry
  •  - 19 Nervous
  •  - 20 Object Stuck (Nose,Ear,Vagina,Rectum,[censored])
  •  - 21 Object Swallowed (w/o Difficulty Breathing or Swallowing)
  •  - 22 [censored] Problem/pain
  •  - 23 rash/Skin Disorder (w/o difficulty breathing or swallowing)
  •  - 24 Shore Throat (w/o difficulty breathing or swallowing)
  •  - 25 Toothache
  •  - 26 Transportation Only
  •  - 27 Venereal Disease (STD)
  •  - 28 Wound Infection (Focal or Surface)
  • A1 - No priority symptoms (complaint cond. 2-28 no ident)
  • A2 - Non-priority complaints
  • B1 - Unknown symptoms (3rd party situation)
  • C1 - Not alert
  • C2 - Cardiac history (complaint cond 2-28 not ident)

27. Stab / gunshot wound
  • A1 - Non-recent single peripheral wound (> 6 hrs)
  • B1 - Known single peripheral wound
  • B2 - Non-recent single central wound (> 6 hrs)
  • B3 - Unknown situation (3rd party)
  • D1 - Central wounds
  • D2 - Multiple victims
  • D3 - Not alert
  • D4 - Multiple wounds

28. Stroke (CVA)
  • A1 - Alert and breathing normally (numbness, speech or movement problems may be present)
  • B1 - Unknown situation (3rd party situation)
  • C1 - Not alert
  • C2 - Abnormal breathing

29. Traffic accidents
  • A1 - 1st party caller without dangerous injuries
  • B1 - Injuries
  • B2 - Unknown situation
  • D1 - Multiple victims
    •  - A - Aircraft
    •  - B - Bus
    •  - C - Subway/Metro
    •  - D - Rail
    •  - E - Watercraft
D2 - Auto-ped/motorcycle/bicycle
  •  - A - All-Terrain Vehicle
  •  - B - Vehicle vs. Bicycle/Motorcycle
  •  - C - Vehicle vs. Pedestrian
  •  - D - Ejection from Vehicle
  •  - E - Personal watercraft
  •  - F - Rollover
  •  - G - Vehicle over bridge
  • D3 - HazMat
  • D4 - Trapped victim
  • D5 - Ejected victim
  • D6 - Not alert
  • D7 - Severe respiratory distress

30. Traumatic injuries, specific
  • A1 - Not dangerous injuries
  • A2 - Non-recent injuries (> 6 hrs)
  • B1 - Possibly dangerous injuries
  • B2 - Serious hemorrhage
  • D1 - Dangerous injuries
  • D2 - Severe respiratory distress
  • D3 - Not alert

31. Unconscious / fainting (nontraumatic)
  • A1 - Single fainting episode and alert (age < 35)
  • A2 - Near fainting episode and alert (age < 35)
  • C1 - Single or near fainting episode and alert
  • C2 - Multiple fainting episodes
  • C3 - Females with abdominal pain (ages 12-50)
  • C4 - Conscious with abnormal breathing
  • C5 - Cardiac history
  • D1 - Unconscious (at end of interrogation)
  • D2 - Severe respiratory distress
  • D3 - Not alert
  • E1 - Ineffective Breathing

32. Unknown problem (man down)
  • B1 - Standing, sitting up, moving or talking
  • B2 - Medical alert notifications
  • B3 - Unknown situation (3rd party)
  • D1 - Life status questionable






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