We've learned EMSA responded to seven patients with heat-related symptoms from 12:01 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
EMSA says the calls were for five adults, a 4-year-old, and an infant. No word on their conditions.
There is a possibility EMSA will remain busy this weekend with heat-related calls.
The National Weather Service had issued an Excessive Heat Warning from Noon today, until 8 p.m. on Sunday. Temperatures are supposed to reach 100 degrees, and the heat index could hit 108 degrees.
To help protect people from the heat, four cooling stations have been opened up in Tulsa.
These locations will be open until further notice:
The Salvation Army Center of Hope, 102 N. Denver Ave., open 24/7
Tulsa County Social Services Cooling Station, 2401 Charles Page Blvd., open 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
John 3:16 Mission, 506 N. Cheyenne, open 24/7
Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 East 4th St., open noon-9 p.m.