Query in the open thread from reader Scott:
- We were at the Chief's game yesterday sitting in Section 328, Row 34 and were heading up to our seats before the game. We noticed that there was a lot of confusion about 6 rows above our seats with police and emergency personal. Apparently a woman had a heart attack and was unresponsive for 10 or so minutes. They finally got her pulse back through CPR, but she didn't look good when they were taking her down the stands.
Normally, two ambulances are on hand for fans -- plus one for players -- at the stadium during games, Sgt. Rick Sticken, KCPD stadium supervisor, tells me. The above incident was only one of several requiring ambulance service, he said.
I have a call into MAST, which can tell me how many calls there were but is prohibited by privacy laws from giving any details.
Update: MAST answered a dozen ambulance calls at the game, "a bit more than normal", a spokesperson told me, ranging from a person who felt sick to cardiac seizure.