Cops: Women taken to hospital from Splish Splash, Panera Bread

JENNIFER GUSTAVSON PHOTO | Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance responded to an emergency call Sunday afternoon at Splish Splash.

Riverhead ambulance volunteers were kept busy in the heat Sunday afternoon, responding to emergency calls at both Splish Splash and Panera Bread.

An older woman was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center after experiencing chest pains at Splish Splash in Calverton at around 12:15 p.m. Sunday afternoon, according to water park officials.

Manager Mike Bengston said the woman was experiencing chest pains and was treated by Riverhead Ambulance volunteers. No other information about the incident was available.

About an hour later, ambulance volunteers responded to a call of a woman who said she was “about to pass out” at Panera Bread on Route 58. That woman was also taken to Peconic Bay.