Dispatch has rung you out for a reported sick/altered mental status at a local hotel. No, not the one all the addicts live in when they cash their checks, the one where all the conferences are held. Confidence is high that this might actually be a call for a sick person.
Halfway to the scene you hear another rig toned out for the same complaint at the same hotel, different room. Double checking your screen you are going to a Mr Brown in Room 403, Medic 88 is responding for a Mrs Gutierrez in room 503.
Arriving at the scene you are met by the manager who asks you to park around back so as not to frighten the patrons. Ignoring him you take the elevator up to 403 and find Mr Brown doubled over the toilet, vomiting. It is then the door to room 405, the room next door, opens and a young woman asks you to take a look at her mother, who is dizzy and vomiting.
Something is bothering you about this, but you agree to stop in after checking on Mr Brown. Mr Brown’s wife is also feeling dizzy and complaining of nausea.
From upstairs Medic 88 is asking radio for a full hazmat response and to shelter the hotel immediately, then goes off air.
What is your reaction?
You make the call.