Telecommunicators (911 Operators) at the Jackson County Emergency Services Center located at 100 Maple Street in Ripley answered 307 calls during the period of Wednesday, Feb. 12 through Tuesday, Feb. 18. Calls were in reference to the following situations:

• 3 Hang-ups

• 1 Abandoned vehicle

• 2 Abdominal pain

• 3 Animal problems

• 1 Breaking and Entering (B&E) in progress

• 3 B&E not in progress

• 1 Back pain

• 2 Bleeding/Lacerations

• 1 Brandishing

• 10 Breathing difficulties

• 9 Burglary alarms

• 9 Chest pains

• 2 Child births

• 3 Hit deer

• 1 Destruction of property

• 2 Diabetic emergencies

• 1 Disabled vehicle

• 2 Disturbances

• 7 Domestics in progress

• 3 Driving under the influence

• 2 Drug activity

• 7 Fall accidents

• 2 Fights

• 2 Fire alarms

• 1 Flooding

• 1 Fraud

• 4 General weaknesses

• 1 Heart problem

• 1 Kidnapping

• 7 Leg pains

• 10 Lifting assistances

• 2 Loitering

• 1 Medical

• 1 Medical alarm

• 1 Mental/Psychologic

• 1 Missing person

• 11 Motor vehicle accidents

• 1 Out of control

• 1 Prowler

• 11 Public service

• 14 Reckless drivers

• 2 Recovered property

• 2 Repossessions

• 1 Rescue

• 1 Road hazard

• 1 Seizures

• 2 Shoplifting

• 9 Unknown sicknesses

• 1 Smoke

• 1 Stolen property

• 1 Stolen vehicle

• 1 Stranded motorist

• 1 Structure fire

• 2 Suicidal

• 5 Suspicious persons

• 4 Suspicious vehicles

• 4 Traffic problems

• 87 Traffic stops

• 2 Traumas

• 2 Trees down

• 1 Trespassing

• 3 Unconscious/Unresponsive

• 1 Unknown fire

• 9 Unknown law

• 6 Unknown medical

• 1 Utility problem

• 1 Vehicle fire

• 5 Welfare checks

• 1 Wrecker requested