Friday was a busy day for firefighters. “We just got done with our seventh call today,” Seaside Fire Division Chief Chris Dugan said.

It was only 2:15 p.m.

Seaside Fire’s first call was received at 7:48 a.m., after a report of an unknown medical emergency on Seventh Avenue.

A structure fire at 34383 Highway 26 came in at 8:42, and kept firefighters on scene for about 90 minutes.

“Our units were just coming back to station and we got back to the 2200 block of Queen Street for an unresponsive female at 10:09,” Dugan said.

While they were there, at 10:21, they received another Queen Street call for a hip injury, this time on the 2400 block.

A little before 1 p.m., they were called to the 500 block of North Holladay at a report of a male with chest pains.

At 1:30, firefighters responded to reporting a person with difficulty breathing at the 2100 block of Lewis and Clark.

At 2:08 p.m., firefighters returned to the 2400 block of Queen Street for a report of a male fall patient needing fire assistance.

Seaside was assisted at the Highway 26 fire by Cannon Beach Fire, along with response from Medix ambulance, Pacific Power and the Department of Transportation. Gearhart Fire stood by the Seaside fire station.

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