We don't have ambulances at the preschool very often, thank goodness!
I was called to the classroom for a second opinion from the nurse who was already there. This student has significant delays and is in a SPED classroom. He was lethargic and unable to focus. The teacher and classroom staff said he was way off his baseline.
He has a history of seizures and bilateral shunts for hydrocephalus. With how he was becoming unable to focus, I wasn't taking chances on the shunts and we called 911. While I was talking to the 911 operator, the student started seizing and seized for 3.5 minutes.
Luckily, it was not a shunt malfunction and the student was back the next day. I stopped in to see him and he was back to himself- bubbly and talkative. The opposite of how he was the day before!