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During the period of Oct. 16-23, U.S. Park Rangers at Grand Canyon National Park responded to the following incidents:

Saturday, Oct. 16

• Rangers treated a 4-year-old boy with difficulty breathing and a 57-year-old man with emphysema.

• A separated party was reunited and rangers provided a courtesy transport.

• Two drivers were warned for speeding and two were cited.

• A wheelchair was reported stolen.

• Rangers gave a verbal warning for under the influence of alcohol.

• A car intrusion alarm was triggered by an unknown cause.

• A driver was cited for illegal parking.

• An auto vs ambulance accident was investigated.

• A driver was cited for illegal passing.

• Inner Canyon rangers located an overdue hiker.

• Indian Garden rangers treated a 19-year-old woman for knee pain.

• A 31-year-old woman received first aid at Phantom Ranch.

• Phantom Ranch rangers assisted a visitor with a permit change.

• A camper was warned for a fee violation at Indian Garden.

Sunday, Oct. 17

• Rangers assisted the Tusayan Fire Department with a medical dispatch on State Route 64 south of Tusayan.

• An auto vs stationary objection accident was reported.

• A driver was cited for speeding.

• A 25-year-old woman with abdominal pain refused care.

• Rangers treated a woman suffering an allergic reaction.

• Carl Watahomigie and Raemeca Uqualla were arrested for assault.

• A 45-year-old woman with an arm injury was flown from Nankoweep.

• Rangers treated a woman with a knee injury at Phantom Ranch.

Monday, Oct. 18

• Rangers assisted a driver with a disabled vehicle.

• Rangers warned a driver for illegal parking.

• A fence, posts and tree were vandalized.

• An auto vs deer accident was reported.

• A wallet was returned.

• Mark Wheeler was arrested for DUI and cited for DUI, breath alcohol content over .08.

• Two people were warned for disorderly conduct.

Tuesday, Oct. 19

• An 87-year-old man was treated for a diabetic emergency.

• Rangers provided civil assistance in a dispute over a camper shell.

• Six rental car companies were cited for illegal parking.

• A driver was warned for speeding.

• A visitor was warned for failing to pay the entrance fee.

• A camera was reported stolen.

• Rangers warned two people for disorderly conduct.

Wednesday, Oct. 20

• Rangers dispatched an ambulance to the clinic for an interfacility transport to Flagstaff Medical Center.

• Rangers warned an individual for letting air out of bike tires.

• A camper was warned for being out-of-bounds.

• Rangers treated a 50-year-old man for nausea and abdominal pain, a man for a dog bite injury and a 71-year-old man who lost consciousness.

• Rangers assisted the Tusayan Fire Department with a medical dispatch to the Red Feather Inn.

• A 50-year-old man was treated for asthma by North Rim rangers.

• A 42-year-old woman with an altered level of consciousness was flown from Indian Garden.

Thursday, Oct. 21

• Rangers treated a 60-year-old woman for an ankle injury, a 40-year-old man who nearly fainted and was suffering hypothermia and a 44-year-old man who was disoriented.

• Three hikers refused treatment for hypothermia.

• A vehicle was damaged when a tree fell on it.

• Terri Monk was arrested for DUI and was cited for DUI, breath alcohol refusal and a traffic violation.

• North Rim rangers left an emergency message on a vehicle at the trailhead.

• A 57-year-old woman was treated for bumps and bruises from a mule wreck at Phantom Ranch.

• Inner Canyon rangers located overdue hikers.

Friday, Oct. 22

• An individual was warned for disorderly conduct.

• Rangers conducted a welfare check on a visitor.

• A man was cited for driving the wrong way on a one-way street.

• Rangers gave a verbal warning for a seat belt violation and one for an equipment violation.

• A storage box was reported stolen.

• Perry Baker was arrested for DUI and cited for DUI, breath alcohol count above .08 and a turn signal violation.

• Water was turned off at the Bright Angel Trailhead, Bright Angel Trail Mile and a Half Resthouse and Bright Angel Trail Three-Mile Resthouse.

Saturday, Oct. 23

• Rangers gave a warning for a closure violation. They also gave two verbal warnings for speeding and warnings for an open container violation, being left of center, equipment violation and violation of a traffic control device. They also gave a written warning for a parking violation.

• A man was cited for a parking violation, a driver was cited for driving the wrong way on a one-way street and two were cited for speeding.

• Rangers treated a 74-year-old man for facial lacerations and a finger injury and a 58-year-old woman for facial lacerations.

• Robert Gunshefski and Leander Huskon were arrested on outstanding warrants.


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