I was in the middle of a foosball tournament with Connor and Bryce Fenske when the sirens started blaring. My phone is hooked up with an app that sends me messages if there is a medical call for the Hawley Emergency Response Team. My phone shoots out siren sounds when someone is in need of medical assistance.
The third game was 6-5 (I think Connor was ahead, but don’t tell him) when the sirens went off. The original message was that a male was having a stroke. We dashed upstairs and started to get our boots on when the sirens went off again. It was now a Code 99, which means the patient isn’t breathing.
Read the rest of this story, written from the perspective of an EMT, in the Hawley Herald.