This page displays the number of Calls by type categorized by EMS and Fire / Other (which are fires, assists, and other events that are not categorized as EMS calls).
A higher priority call is categorized as more urgent (C or D or E) and lower priority is categorized as A or B or Omega. A high-priority EMS call is a Heart Attack, Trouble Breathing, Cardiac Arrest or Serious Injury. A low-priority EMS call is a minor injury or sickness. A high-priority Fire / Other Call is a fire, rescue, haz-mat, etc. A Low-priority Fire / Other call is Assist citizen, Details, etc.
The first chart compares the number EMS calls with the number of Fire / Other calls.
The Second chart compares the number of Higher-priority EMS Calls with Lower-priority EMS Calls.
The third chart compares the number of Higher-priority Fire / Other Calls with Lower-priority Fire / Other Calls.