Telecommunicators (911 Operators) at the Jackson County Emergency Services Center located at 100 Maple Street in Ripley answered 310 calls during the period of Wednesday, Feb. 19 through Tuesday, Feb. 25. Calls were in reference to the following situations:

• 2 Hang-ups

• 2 Abandoned vehicle

• 1 Abdominal pain

• 6 Animal problems

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

• 1 B&E not in progress

• 4 Back pain

• 1 Bleeding/Lacerations

• 2 Blood pressure checks

• 12 Breathing difficulties

• 2 Brush fires

• 10 Burglary alarms

• 1 Carbon monoxide alarm

• 6 Chest pains

• 1 Confined space rescue

• 3 Custody complaints

• 1 Dead on arrival

• 2 Deer hit

• 2 Destruction of property

• 2 Disabled vehicle

• 3 Disturbances

• 2 Domestics already occurred

• 4 Domestics in progress

• 3 Fall accidents

• 3 Fires

• 1 Fire alarms

• 1 Fraud

• 1 Gas leak

• 2 General weaknesses

• 1 Harassing phone call

• 2 Harassments

• 2 Headaches

• 1 Hold up alarm

• 1 Intoxicated person

• 1 Juvenile problem

• 2 Leg pains

• 9 Lifting assistances

• 2 Loitering

• 1 Medical alarm

• 1 Mental/Psychologic

• 6 Motor vehicle accidents

• 2 Out of control

• 2 Overdose/poisoning

• 9 Public service

• 10 Reckless drivers

• 1 Recovered property

• 8 Repossessions

• 1 Road hazard

• 1 Runaway juvenile

• 2 Seizures

• 1 Shoplifting

• 10 Sicknesses unknown

• 1 Stolen property

• 4 Strokes

• 1 Suicidal

• 7 Suspicious persons

• 1 Suspicious vehicle

• 2 Threats

• 1 Traffic light problem

• 1 Traffic problem

• 100 Traffic stops

• 2 Transports

• 1 Trespassing

• 4 Unconscious/Unresponsive

• 15 Unknown law

• 2 Unknown medical

• 1 Utility problem

• 1 Vehicle alarm

• 1 Violation of DVP

• 3 Welfare checks