<center>Rangers' Log</center>

During the period of March 1-7, U.S. Park Rangers at Grand Canyon National Park responded to the following incidents:

Friday, March 1

o Rangers responded to a request for assistance from the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office involving a woman armed with razor blades in the Squire Inn parking lot. The woman was released on site.

o An emergency medical call was taken in Grand Canyon Village of a 2-year-old girl who fell out of bed. The child’s teeth cut her lower lip.

Saturday, March 2

o Emergency personnel responded to a smoldering dumpster fire near Albright and Boulder streets. Engine One with a crew of three extinguished the fire.

o Rangers responded to a report of a motorhome hitting a tree on Center Road. There were no injuries. The driver was cited for failure to maintain control.

o An emergency medical call was taken in the Bright Angel Lodge lobby of a 15-year-old teen who experienced a fainting episode. The teen was transferred to Medic 8 and the guardians later refused further treatment.

o An emergency medical call was taken on the Bright Angel Trail of a 16-year-old girl suffering from hypothermia and an asthma attack. The girl was litter-carried to the trailhead and transferred to Guardian Medical Services.

Sunday, March 3

o An emergency medical call was taken (site not reported) of a 9-year-old boy with nausea and vomiting. The boy was transported to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o Emergency personnel responded to a dumpster fire on "P" Street in Trailer Village. Engine One responded to extinguish the fire.

o Philip Abrams, 26, Grand Canyon, was cited for possession of a controlled substance.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Indian Garden of a 45-year-old man with chest pain. The man was flown out and transported to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Devil’s Corkscrew of a 49-year-old man suffering from hypothermia with vomiting. The man was flown out and transferred to Guardian Medical Services.

Monday, March 4

o Rangers took a report from a New Mexico man of a hit-and-run accident (site not reported). The victim reported that a vehicle had hit his truck and left the area. Rangers were unable to locate the suspect vehicle.

o An emergency medical call was taken on the Rim Trail near Thunderbird Lodge of a 76-year-old woman who tripped and suffered a ground-level fall. The woman was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic for a possible separated shoulder. It was determined later that the woman had broken the proximal end of her right humorous from the fall.

o An emergency medical call was taken at the El Tovar Lodge of a 59-year-old man complaining of difficulty breathing. The man refused any treatment.

o Amanda Shorey, 24, Phoenix, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.

o An emergency medical call was taken at the back door of Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic of a 23-year-old man who had been struck in the head earlier in Phoenix. The man was transported to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o Rangers responded to a request for assistance from the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office for a fight in progress at the Best Western Grand Canyon Squire Inn in Tusayan. Two people were arrested by CCSO.

o Rangers responded to a report of a 72-year-old woman who lost her balance and fell over the rim’s edge near Yavapai Observation Station. The woman slid about 10 feet before she was able to stop herself by grabbing a small tree. A rescuer rappelled down to her to secure her until a hauling system could be set up. The woman and the rescuer were hauled up to the rim safely. The woman was treated for minor injuries and transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

o Rangers responded to a report of a Canadian citizen who was left by his tour group at Grandview Point. The group did not notice he was gone until they had arrived in Phoenix about four hours later. The abandoned man was given assistance to be reunited with his group in Phoenix.

Tuesday, March 5

o Rangers responded to a report of a possible domestic argument in the Bright Angel Lodge lobby. Upon arrival, three women visitors were given verbal warnings for disorderly conduct.

o Rangers responded to a report of a vehicle parked in the road near Maswik Lodge. The vehicle was located with no one around and was towed because it caused a traffic hazard.

o Adam Reller, 20, Grand Canyon, was cited for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after he was contacted in Rouzer Hall.

Wednesday, March 6

o Rangers responded to a report of a suspicious person at NPS laundry. The individual was contacted and determined to be a person visiting a local resident.

o An emergency medical call was taken at Grand Canyon School of a student (age, sex not reported) who suffered a ground-level fall. The student, who was complaining of back soreness, was transported to Grand Canyon Walk-In Clinic.

o Rangers responded to a report of threatening language involving two local employees. Both parties were contacted, but no citations were issued.

o John W. Nez, 39, New Mexico (city not reported) was arrested for a felony probation violation out of Coconino County following a traffic stop on Desert View Road. Nez was transported to the county jail in Flagstaff. The driver, Karen Nez, 33, New Mexico, was cited for driving on a suspended license.

o Jacky Joe Jr., 28, Grand Canyon, was arrested on a warrant out of Grand Canyon. Joe was transported to county jail in Flagstaff.

o An emergency medical call was taken at the El Tovar Hotel of a 63-year-old man with a cardiac history complaining of chest pain. The man was transported to Flagstaff Medical Center.

o Rangers took a theft report from a Grand Canyon resident who said her license plate had been stolen from her vehicle.

Thursday, March 7

o An emergency medical call was taken (site not reported) of a 60-year-old man who suffered a cut when his wife accidentally shut their vehicle’s trunk on his head. The man refused treatment.

o Rangers responded to a situation involving a habituated coyote requiring ongoing attention. The coyote was causing traffic hazards and approaching visitors.

o Karen Nez, 33, New Mexico (city not reported), was cited for shoplifting at Canyon Village Marketplace.

o Maya Adkins, 23, Tallahassee, Fla., was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia at Mather Campground.

o An emergency medical call was taken of a Japanese visitor (age, sex not reported) who did a day trip to the Colorado River and back. The patient suffered from weakness, cold and slight exposure.

o John Hadden, 47, (city of residence not reported) was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and having a blood-alcohol content over .08.

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