– So we’re responding
to one of the local bars here for an individual with
a possible ankle fracture. Sounds about right. [siren sounding] [radio chatter] All right. 2-11, I’m off. [chatter] What’s up, boss?
– What’s up, buddy? – How are you? What’s your name? Ben?
– Yes. – What– what
happened here, Ben? So what we’re going to do is the
ambulance is going to come in. All right? We’re going to package it up. And then we’re going to bring
you to the hospital and get– it’s def– there’s definitely
a fracture there. We’re going– I’m going to– That’s OK. It’s all right. Get another one. We’ll put it over on top. OK? Good?
– Yep. – All right. – Gotcha. – All right, my friend. – How does that–
[inaudible] – You might want to just– You know what, man,
you’re a champ. You’re a champ, brother. [laughter] What is it? Oh, yeah. Thank– thank you for
your service, brother. – [inaudible] ready.
– All right. So what we’re
going to do, guys– I’m going to have you sit up. Can you sit up? Yeah? OK. And you’re going to come
up on your good leg. OK?
– Gotcha. – One, two, three. Up. And in.
– Perfect. – OK? – You can lay down. – Now you can lay down. – All right. – Yep. No, you’re doing well. – We’re good to go. – So what we had was a
gentleman inside the bar. He was dancing,
having a good time. He slipped on some
alcohol on the floor. He actually ended up
with a compound fracture to his left leg. And he’s– he’s
actually a champ. He’s, uh– he’s
actually in good shape. He’s calm.
He’s cool. He’s collected.
He’s definitely going to go up. He’s going to get some surgery. And he’ll be– he’ll be fine. But we’re going to be heading
up to the trauma center with him momentarily.