PITTSBURGH, PA (July 1, 2018) — The City of Pittsburgh Public Safety Department announces the following totals from last night’s Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field:
There was 1 arrest: An ejected male who had an outstanding bench warrant.
Five tons of garbage was removed by Public Works.
Pittsburgh EMS saw a total of 88 Patients, 30 of which were transported to local hospitals.
— 23 patients were seen with heat related issues, and 5 were transported to the hospital.
— 6 patients were seen due to intoxication, and 2 were transported to the hospital.
— 6 patients were seen for falls, and 3 were transported to the hospital.
— 4 patients had diabetic emergencies, and 2 were transported to the hospital.
— 28 patients were seen for unknown medical problems, and 7 were transported to the hospital.
— 3 patients suffered seizures, and 2 were transported to the hospital.
The remaining patients seen and/or transported suffered minor lacerations, assaults or alcohol related issues.
Public Safety would like to thank the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Department, Pennsylvania State Police, Port Authority Police, Port Authority, Coast Guard, and multiple regional EMS agencies for assisting.
In addition, thanks are due to multiple city departments for helping to make the Luke Bryan concert a successful and safe event. Thanks also go to concertgoers for being law-abiding and respectful.