DANGEROUS FELONS MEET JUSTICE
AT THE COST OF AN OFFICER, HIGH RISK CRIMINALS ARE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE
Written by Senior Lead Officer Zachary Wilson & Police Officer III Noah Wagner
- MONDAY, JUNE 11TH, 2012 ― A brief tactical operation was initiated this night, after a VICE Detective gained cognizance of several highly dangerous, armed suspects inside the Commerce Apartment Complex. Following this insight, Special Weapons and Tactics were promptly called in. This situation was also a showcase for the newly formed Advanced Medical Unit, a team of officers trained in more advanced emergency medical procedures.
After ten minutes of various emergency medical treatments, Officer Kiyono passed away. He will be remembered as a dedicated, brave officer who gave his all to the entire department. His untimely death and heroism is one that will be remembered by all members of the department.
Although the department lost a hard working officer today, the circumstances of his death have began to plant seeds of improvement. Already SWAT is examining the situation, and revising their tactics and procedures. Despite this grave sacrifice, three highly dangerous criminals have been taken off the streets, ultimately fulfilling the plan of the Los Santos Police Department, "To protect and to serve". Our hearts rest with Police Officer III Yoshio Kiyono's family. May he rest in piece.
Thankfully, on behalf of the Advanced Medical Unit, the 'Combat Casualty Care Card' has been released, along with this publication, so the public can get an idea of the extreme efforts put in to saving this officer's life.
COMBAT CASUALTY CARE CARD.
CMT NAME: Zachary Wilson
CMT CALL SIGN: 3-TOM-1
DATE AND TIME OF TREATMENT: 11/June/2012 - 21:15
PATIENT'S NAME IF APPLICABLE: Yoshio Kiyono
PATIENT'S GENDER: Male
PATIENT'S AGE - GIVE ESTIMATE IF UNKNOWN: 25
TIME OF DEATH IF APPLICABLE: 21:20
HOW THE SITUATION AROSE: VICE called for SWAT for a breach.
SITUATION DETAILS: I was on scene, to give Yoshio Kiyono medical attention, as he'd been shot. All suspects were deceased.
AVPU SCALE: V
EQUIPMENT UTILISED: Nitrile Gloves, QuickClot Combat Gauze, Syringe,
DRUGS ADMINISTERED: Epinephrine, Saline Solution
TREATMENT DETAILS: I clotted the blood with the gauze, and cleaned to wound with the Saline. I also issued Epinephrine to regulate the pulse rate. FD issued other treatment.
WHAT TYPE OF INJURY/WOUND DID THE PATIENT SUSTAIN? Ballistic Trauma
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