Thanksgiving Keeps Medics Busy in Calvert
 
By Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO
November 26, 2018
 

Calvert County kept the volunteer Medics busy over the holiday weekend with several different types of calls. Medics ran the usual trouble breathing and chest pain as well as some more interesting "subject fallen off of a cliff" and a patient with a severe laceration from a router. Several medics pitched in to help cover the schedule throughout the holiday weekend so no one medic had to cover the entire weekend. A special thank you to the following PMIC's that ran hours over the holidays and took time away from your families.

PMIC A. Joslyn
PMIC R. Schapiro
PMIC J. Seigel
PMIC S. Millette
PMIC E. Rosenwald
PMIC M. Krentsa
Capt J. Hiepler

 
Scene's like this have become a regular occurrence in Calvert County
Scene's like this have become a regular occurrence in Calvert County
Subject that had fallen off the Cliff being carried out over the beach at low tide.
Subject that had fallen off the Cliff being carried out over the beach at low tide.
 
M104 on scene at Sea Horse beach after the fall from the "Cliff".   PMIC S. Millette made her way along the shoreline with members from co.3 to begin providing care.
M104 on scene at Sea Horse beach after the fall from the "Cliff". PMIC S. Millette made her way along the shoreline with members from co.3 to begin providing care.
Co.3 members carrying the patient out on the stokes basket to the waiting ambulance.
Co.3 members carrying the patient out on the stokes basket to the waiting ambulance.
 
Our Utility 10 vehicle out covering calls this weekend with the duty officer Capt. Hiepler
Our Utility 10 vehicle out covering calls this weekend with the duty officer Capt. Hiepler