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Located in the Metropole Market Place * 510-9283 (between Elevator and Laundromat) e, using a broom, not, a hose t,o dean eidewalke, porchee and dHvewaye eavee thoueande of gallone a year Pleaee ooneerve Ca'l;alina' water--- i ii i ill, i i Monday, August 21, 1:55 p.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded three miles northeast of the har- bor for a 24-foot boat taking on water. The boat was dewatered and temporary repairs were made on scene. The boat went to the repair barge on its own power for further repairs. Tuesday, August 22, 11:27 p.m.: Lifeguard paramedics responded to a private home for a 79-year-old woman who sus- tained multiple cuts after a fall. She was assessed, treated and released on scene. 4:27 p.m.: Lifeguard para- medics responded to the Sher- iff's Station for a 39-year-old man Who had not taken his dia- betes medication. He was assessed, treated and taken to Avalon Hospital for further care. Wednesday, August 23, 11:30 a.m.: Baywatch Avalon res- ponded to the pier for a 2-year- old boy with a possible broken arm. The arm was splinted and he was taken to the hospital for x-rays. 1:40 p.m,: Lifeguard para- medics responded by boat to White's Landing for a ll-year- old girl who injured her back in a fall. She was placed on an immobilization board and taken to Avalon Hospital. Thursday, August 24, 1:50 p.m.: Baywatch Avalon res- ponded to the pier for a 78-year- old man who was having an allergic reaction to a bee sting on the tongue. He was evaluated and released. Friday, August 25~10:15 a.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded by boat three miles out of Avalon for a 48-year-old man who had fractured his ankle. On scene, the man's leg had been splinted. He was transferred to Baywatch and taken to the hospital for x- rays. 2:22 p.m.: Lifeguard para- medics responded to Descanso Beach for an 8-year-old girl who sustained a head injury in a fall. She was evaluated, treated. for minor injuries and released. Saturday, August 26, 2:06 a.m.: Baywatch Avalon was dispatched to a private home for a 6-year-old girl experiencing abdominal pain. She was evalu- ated, given oxygen and taken to the hospital for further care. 9:51 a.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded to the pier to treat a 41-year-old woman complain- ing of severe migraine headaches. She was evaluated, given oxygen, placed on the cardiac monitor and taken to the hospital for further evaluation. 10:25 a.m.: Lifeguard para- medics responded to Float 5 to treat a 38-year-old man who suffered head, neck and shoul- der trauma in a high speed boat accident. He was assessed, Dana Point Avalon Two Harbors Dana Point to Avalon Daily POlll,rr. .dldI,IIFOIINIA Avalon to Two Harbors Daily The Only On-Site Catalina Parking In Dana Point Harbor Lowest Fares Newest Boat Great Service TOLL FREE 1-877-4-DANA POINT (432-6276) AVALON OFFICE (310) 510'9404 www.catalinaexplorerco.co m placed on a backboard, an IV was started and he was flown to a mainland trauma center for further treatment. 11:30 a.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded to Long Point to transfer a woman from Bay- watch Isthmus. The woman was complaining of weakness, dizzi- ness and vomiting. She was taken to Avalon Hospital for further evaluation. 11:48 a.m.: Lifeguard para- medics treated a 23-year-old woman for a bee sting on front street. She was treated and released on scene. 2:40 p.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded to treat a 38-year-old woman having an allergic reac- tion to a bee sting. She was evaluated and released. 3:34 p.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded to a store for a 34- year-old woman complaining of weakness and vomiting. She was evaluated, given oxygen, placed on the cardiac monitor and taken to Avalon Hospital for further care. 10:20 p.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded to a private home for a 41-year-old man complaining of a severe allergic reaction. He was given oxygen, placed on a cardiac monitor, given medica.- tions and taken to the hospital for further evaluation and treat- ment. Sunday, August 27, 9:40 a.m.: Baywatch Avalon and other res- cue personnel initiated an underwater search for a missing diver. The diver was found on the ocean bottom. Resuscitative measures were started and he was transported to the hyperbar- ic chamber. After extensive life- saving measures were taken, he was pronounced dead by the chamber doctor. 4:16 p.m.: Lifeguard para- medics were dispatched to the pier for a 30-year-old man who was intoxicated and unrespon- sive. On scene, the man was awake but slurring his speech. He was evaluated and subse- quently placed under arrest by Sheriff's deputies. THE REVISED More pictures, more stories, more history! This is truly a book for those who love the island. With over 350 rare and historically significant photos, this well-researched 250-page book has become the definitive chronicle of charming Catalina Island. Treat yourself to this fascinating read or gift someone special. $39.95 Wrigley Family Insights! Hollywood Star Photos! Hotel St. Catherine/ Early Aviatio t Casiwlo BaUroo~P Catalina Pottery & E1 Encanto! Only available on the island at: *Catalina Museum *C.C. Gallagher eSugarloaf Books ,The Steamer Trunk oF. Pyke Bookseller *Legend *Buoys & Gulls *Carlota's Mexican Shop