Medical EmergencyOct. 12-A party in North Quad reported that a female party was experiencing a panic attack and having difficulty breathing. University Police and BEMCo responded, and the party was treated on-scene with a signed refusal for further care.
Oct. 12-A party in the Usdan Student Center reported that a male party had dislocated his left shoulder. University Police and BEMCo responded. BEMCo requested an ambulance. An ambulance and the Waltham Fire Department arrived on-scene. The party was treated on-scene with a signed refusal for further care.
Oct. 12-A party in Massell Quad requested BEMCo for a wellness check. BEMCo treated the party on-scene with a signed refusal for further care.
Oct. 13-University Police received a call from a student who had hit her head and wanted to be checked by BEMCo. University Police and BEMCo responded. BEMCo requested an ambulance, and the party was transported to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
Oct. 16-University Police received a call from the Waltham Police Department that it had received a report of a person who had suffered a head injury from a fall at the Usdan Student Center. BEMCo, the Waltham Fire Department and the Waltham Police Department responded. The patient was transported to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital, and all units cleared the area.
Oct. 16-A party at the Charles River Apartments reported that a female party had ingested a Class D substance. University Police and BEMCo responded, and the party was transported via ambulance to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
Oct. 18-A female party was found passed out along the roadway behind the public safety complex. BEMCo was notified and the intoxicated party was transported via ambulance to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
Oct. 18-A party in Rosenthal Quad reported that she had pain in her abdomen and numbness in her lower leg. University Police and BEMCo responded. The party was treated on-scene with a signed refusal for further care.
Oct. 13-A University Police cruiser was rear-ended on South Street. There was no damage to either car and neither party reported any injuries.
Oct. 12-University Police found an individual smoking marijuana in the Charles River Apartments. University Police requested the community development coordinator on duty, who will press judicial charges.
Oct. 12-A community advisor at 567 South St. informed University Police that a student had come to apartment 14 in order to smoke marijuana; when the student was asked to leave, he broke the rear exterior door facing the parking lot. The community advisor reported this matter to the community development cooridnator on call, who informed the trade person helper. The trade person helper was able to fix the door. No drugs were found, and no further action was taken by University Police.
Oct. 13-University Police received a report of possible smoke in the Brown Social Science Center. There was exterior welding taking place, and smoke entered the basement. The welding company was notified, and the building was ventilated. There was no damage, and all units cleared.
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