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Shortly after 8 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 4, Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a 64-year-old female driver and her 16-year-old son who were involved in a one-car motor vehicle accident on Salem Road. 

The driver said she swerved to avoid an obstacle in the road, causing the car to spin around and ending up in a ditch on the side of the road. 

The adult reported back pain and was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by PRVAC. 

The teen said he felt fine. He was examined by PRVAC and then his mother declined any further medical attention for him

Tuesday, Aug. 31

2 p.m. — A two-car accident was reported on Westchester Avenue. There were no injuries and no tows were needed.

3:45 p.m. — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a male,  86, who was having difficulty breathing. He was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by PRVAC with Westchester EMS on board.

Wednesday, Sept. 1

3:16 a.m. — A resident of Horseshoe Hill Road reported hearing voices in the backyard of her residence. Police patrolled to the home and canvassed the area but did not observe anything suspicious.

11:22 p.m. — Police were dispatched to Trinity Pass Road for a report of a tree blocking the street. On arrival, police observed a tree partially blocking the roadway. Safety cones were set up to notify drivers of the obstacle and the Highway Department was notified to remove the tree. Also on Trinity Pass Road at the same time, police were called about sparking wires. They determined that the situation involved primary electrical wires and notified New York State Electric and Gas to make repairs.

Thursday, Sept. 2

12:42 a.m.  — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a male,  56, who reportedly had been drinking and was having difficulty breathing. The patient was administered oxygen and was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by PRVAC.

Friday, Sept. 3

1:08 p.m. — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a male,  84, who had a fainting episode while playing tennis. Westchester EMS arrived at the scene and found the patient’s vital signs were normal; the patient said he felt fine. The man was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by PRVAC with Westchester EMS on board

1:48 a.m. — Police were dispatched to assist a motorist with a disabled car on Kitchawan Road. The driver told police he already contacted a towing service. The vehicle was parked safely on the side of the road.

7:44 p.m. — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a male, 56, who was bitten on his face by his dog, who was 15 years old and ill. PRVAC personnel cleaned the patient’s wounds and transported him to Stamford Hospital.

Saturday, Sept. 4

11:25 a.m. — Police on patrol observed a hazard on White Birch Lane. On closer inspection, the officer determined that a piece of equipment from Verizon FIOS was missing a lid. The officer was able to locate the missing part and put it back in position, but not securely. Verizon was notified to repair the equipment.

2:39 p.m. — Police were dispatched for a report of a loose dog on Horseshoe Hill Road. The owner was contacted and returned the dog to the owner’s house without incident.

Sunday, Sept. 5

4:58 p.m. — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a male, 83, who was still feeling ill after having tested positive for COVID-19 one week prior. The patient was examined by PRVAC and found to have no fever or difficulty breathing, and his vital signs were good. He refused further medical attention.

Monday, Sept. 6

2:38 a.m. — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a female,  86, who had a large hematoma on her temple after having fallen and hitting her head. The patient was examined by PRVAC and no other issues were found. She then refused transport to hospital for further evaluation.

10:52 a.m. — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a female, 56, who was nauseous and had a headache. PRVAC personnel found that her oxygen level was low, administered oxygen and transported her to Northern Westchester Hospital for further treatment.

12:01 p.m. — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a female,  25, who was stung by a bee and suffered a fainting episode about an hour later. She was transported to Northern Westchester Hospital by PRVAC.

3:04 p.m. — Police and Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps were called for a female,  88, who tripped and fell by the side of a pool, causing head and knee injuries. PRVAC personnel applied cold packs to the injured areas and then transported patient to Northern Westchester Hospital.

6:58 p.m. — Police removed a tree branch partially blocking High Ridge Road. 

Tuesday, Sept. 7

5:01 a.m. — An activated car alarm was reported at a residence Pinebrook Road. Police met the complainant at the scene, checked the vehicle, which belonged to the resident, and found no evidence of tampering or damage. No further action was taken. 

10:18 a.m. — A driver parked on the side of Old Mill River Road reported a snake inside his vehicle. Police arrived at the scene but were unable to locate the animal. The officer assisted the driver with securing the vehicle and gave him a courtesy ride home. The driver said he would return to the vehicle at a later time to attempt to trap the snake on his own.

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