Do you know the difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke? Both typically occur from prolonged exposure to or physical exertion in high temperatures. However, if you don't treat heat exhaustion, it can lead to heat stroke which may cause shock, organ failure, or brain damage. Heat Exhaustion Heat exhaustion typically causes issues like heavy sweating, dizziness, muscle cramps, low blood pressure when standing, faintness, nausea, and cool, moist skin with goosebumps.
On Thursday, August 9, 2018, Danville Life Saving Crew (DLSC) hosted its 19th Annual Golf Classic at the Danville Golf Club. This event is the Crew's largest fundraiser of the year. After a light lunch, 27 teams played 18 holes of golf during five hours of steady competition. At the dinner reception, the winners were announced, a 50/50 raffle was conducted, a Citizen and Reactor watch were auctioned off and door prizes were given away. Though all teams had impressive scores,
In 2013, during the month of July, Danville Life Saving Crew answered 466 emergency calls. Fast forward five years to July 2018: Danville Life Saving Crew volunteers and Northside staff answered 813 calls. Within five years, DLSC experienced a 74.46% monthly increase in 9-1-1 calls. During July 2018, DLSC answered calls for 45 motor vehicle crashes, 15 assaults, 3 fire standbys, 726 medical emergencies, and 24 other types of emergencies. DLSC currently answers all 9-1-1 calls