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Active Calls


Alarm types


ABDOM - Abdominal pain

ALREAC - Allergic reaction

ALRMCO - Carbon monoxide alarm

ALRMMED - Medical alarm activation

ALRMF - Fire or smoke alarm

AOA - Assist other agency

APT - Apartment fire

ASLT - Assault with injuries

BACK - Back pain

BITE - Animal bite

BLEED - Bleeding problem

BREATH - Breathing problem

BURN - Burn injury

BURNCO - Burning complaint

CAR - Car fire

CHEST - Chest pain/heart problem

CHIM - Chimney fire

CHOKE - Person choking

COMML - Commercial fire

CRASH - Vehicle crash

CPR - Person not conscious, not breathing

DIAB - Diabetic issue

DOMDIS - Domestic disturbance with injury

DROWN - Drowning, or diving accident

EDP - Emotionally disturbed person

EXPOSE - Heat or cold exposure

EYE - Eye injury

FALL - Fall with injuries

FIGHT - Fight with injuries

FIRENH - Non-structure, high risk fire

FIRENL - Non-structure, low risk fire

FIRES - Structure fire

GRASSL - Low risk grass/brush fire

GRASSH - High risk grass/brush fire

GSW - Gunshot wound

HA - Headache

HITRUN - Hit and run vehicle crash

HOUSE - House fire

INDUST - Industrial accident

MCI - Mass-casualty incident

MUTUAL - Mutual aid for other fire agency

OB - Pregnancy issue/birth

OD - Overdose

ODORNS - Odor, not smoke

POISON - Accidental poisoning

PUBLIC - Public service

RESCUE - Land-based rescue

SEIZE - Seizure

SMOKEN - Smoke seen, not in structure

SMOKES - Smoke seen in structure, no flames seen

SPILL - Fuel/oil spill

STAB - Stabbing


SURF - Surf rescue

TOXIC - Toxic exposure

TRAP - Vehicle crash with entrapment, or entrapment in machinery

TRAUMA - Traumatic injury

TREE - Tree fire

UNCON - Unconscious person

UNKMED - Unknown medical problem

WATER - Water rescue

WIRE - Power pole/line down, sparking or arcing, or on fire


The number appended to some alarm codes detail the severity of the incident. For example, CRASH1 is used for a vehicle crash with confirmed or possible severe injuries, whereas CRASH4 is used for a vehicle accident where there are no injuries.

When there is a lack of important information regarding the incident, 1 will be used


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