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North Salem Police Respond to Health-Related Calls

NORTH SALEM, N.Y. – On the morning of Feb. 15, North Salem Police responded to a report of a dead deer on the shoulder of the road near the Titicus and June roads intersection. Police Officer Michael Castellano advised the North Salem Health Department and notified the Wolf Conservancy in South Salem of the deer, which the conservancy arranged to pick up the deer to be used as feed for the wolves.

The following items were also reported by North Salem Police:

- Police responded to two separate head injuries at North Salem High School on Friday. Police Officer Frank Lynch was on hand to assist volunteers from the North Salem Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the Croton Falls Fire Department for both incidents.

- On Monday, a resident of Deveau Road called police because his wife was having trouble breathing. North Salem Police Office Dennis Culler contacted the North Salem Volunteer Ambulance Corps and Croton Falls Fire Department. Both agencies had responded to calls at the address in the past weeks because the woman is in poor health.  She was taken to Northern Westchester Medical Center.

- Also on Monday, a Raymond Road resident reported he was suffering from severe abdominal pains. Police Officer Michael Castellano responded, aided the man and contacted the North Salem Ambulance Corps and he was transported to Putnam Hospital Center.

- Police Officer Silvio Ruvolo responded to a report of an intoxicated man at the Croton Falls Metro North Station on Friday afternoon. Police said the man was sitting at the top of the stairs waiting for a train to White Plains, where he told officers he planned to go shopping. He said he had had two or three beers earlier and had taken a taxi to the station from his home nearby. The man told police he had suffered hip and back injuries at work and was resting on the stairs while awaiting the train. Westchester County Paramedics evaluated his condition, along with the MTA Police and the Croton Falls Fire Department. The man refused medical assistance. No charges were filed.

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