Deputies save victim with 2 tourniquets video
 
On December 13th, 2023, at 1825 hours Wagoner County Deputies T. Cook, B. Kammerzell, and Lt. J. Carey were dispatched to the area of 101st and 241st for a individual that had caused self-harm and was requesting assistance. Deputies Cook and Kammerzell arrived on scene and had to breach a locked front door to gain entry into the residence.
 
Once inside they located a subject in a bathtub. Deputies noticed deep cuts on both of the victim’s arms and immediately applied tourniquets to stop the bleeding. Deputies treated the victim until EMS arrived a short time later and transported the victim to a local Tulsa area hospital for treatment.
 
Medics that arrived on scene stated that Deputies Cook and Deputy Kammerzell’s quick actions most likely saved the victims’ life. If you believe you are experiencing a mental health crisis or just need to speak to someone here are some options:
 
Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office – 918-485-3124 You can always call the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office and request to speak with a deputy about any issues you may have. If you have an emergency call 911
 
988 - You can call 988. You'll be connected to a mental health professional to talk to you through what's going on and get the resources you need for either yourself or your loved one.
 
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services - https://oklahoma.gov/odmhsas.html 405-248-9200
 
CREOKS Mental Health Services - https://www.creoks.org/ 1-877-327-3657
 
COPES – COPES Mental Health Services - 918.744. 4800