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November 18, 2017

At approximately 1500 todays CALS and units in the North end were alerted for an MVC reported serious with CCSO on scene advising 1 trapped. M102 (PMIC Gill) marked up from the Prince Frederick area, Chief 10A (Stockton) lives around the corner and marked up enroute POV to the scene and PA69 (PMIC Katzer). Chief 10 was in the northern end of Prince Frederick and added himself to call as well. PA69, Chief 10A arrived at the same time and found one driver trapped in his vehicle and the other driver laying in the roadway. Chief 10A took the trapped driver while PA69 took the patient laying in the roadway. Chief 10 arrived next and assisted PMIC Katzer with her patient and when M102 arrived he assisted Chief 10A with the trapped occupant. The trapped occupant was extricated by crews from Huntingtown and North Beach within 10 mins and then quickly packaged for transport to PG Trauma. Both patients were Medevac from the scene via MSP Trooper 2.


While this crash was occurring both M105 (PMIC J. Bonner) and M104 (PMIC Kreider) ran priority 1 calls in Calvert County. Not too bad for an all volunteer system...Thank you to all the ALS providers in Calvert County that donate their free time to protect & serve the residents of Calvert County.

Units: Chief 10, Chief 10A, M102, PA69, E61, E62, Sqd 1, CCSO, MSP
 
Good vehicle positioning allows ambulances to get close.
Good vehicle positioning allows ambulances to get close.
Crews working to package the trapped driver after being removed from the vehicle.
Crews working to package the trapped driver after being removed from the vehicle.
 
Clean up after the carnage.
Clean up after the carnage.
Trooper 2 assessing both patients from the MVC.
Trooper 2 assessing both patients from the MVC.
 

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