Calvert Advanced Life Support





2022 Incidents
JAN 460
FEB 341
MAR 349
APR 331
MAY 381
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC

2021 Incidents
JAN 435
FEB 363
MAR 413
APR 383
MAY 419
JUN 456
JUL 583
AUG 612
SEP 491
OCT 506
NOV 419
DEC 477
Total 5557

2020 Incidents
JAN 532
FEB 431
MAR 476
APR 418
MAY 457
JUN 475
JUL 527
AUG 545
SEP 480
OCT 513
NOV 506
DEC 455
Total 5815

2019 Incidents
JAN 534
FEB 434
MAR 542
APR 501
MAY 514
JUN 481
JUL 567
AUG 557
SEP 484
OCT 479
NOV 507
DEC 483
Total 6083

2018 Incidents
JAN 495
FEB 372
MAR 435
APR 395
MAY 497
JUN 473
JUL 515
AUG 543
SEPT 424
OCT 493
NOV 456
DEC 528
Total 5626

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CALS Member takes Charge of DC National Guard Unit

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, May 16

On Sunday May 15th CALS member Robert Schapiro (a Captain in the US Army Reserve) took command of the DC National Guard Unit "D Co 1-224th" a Medevac Unit. Rob has been a paramedic with CALS for the last decade and is a man of many traits. Rob has not only served his country as a US Army reserve Blackhawk pilot, he is also a US Park Police officer and pilot. Rob has dedicated his life serving ... (Full Story & Photos)

CALS Units and members showing support  for Captain Schapiro.
CALS Units and members showing support for Captain Schapiro.

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(Stock Image)  Medic units and the PA from Solomons VFD under the TJB at the Solomons boat ramp.
(Stock Image) Medic units and the PA from Solomons VFD under the TJB at the Solomons boat ramp.

Multiple Units come together to Save the Life of a Jumper

CALS Member, May 12

At approx 1930 hrs todays date Calvert Communications began receiving calls of a vehicle abandoned on the top of the Thomas Johnson Bridge. Soon after receiving the first 911 call, more calls came in stating that a victim was seen falling from the bridge and could be seen in the water. Immediately units from Solomons VFD, Calvert Sheriffs Office and Maryland DNR Police and the Medic unit were ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Medics Respond to Another Attempted Suicide on the Thomas Johnson Bridge

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, February 19

At approximately 1600 hrs today, Calvert 911 started to receive phone calls of a subject that had jumped from the Thomas Johnson Bridge in Solomons. Units from Solomons VFD, CALS, and St. Leonard VFD quickly marked up and responded. Calvert Co Sheriff deputies on top of the bridge had a visual on the subject in the water drifting away from the bridge and was conveying her movement to the crews ... (Full Story & Photos)

CALS unit under the Thomas Johnson Bridge along with Solomons PA237.
CALS unit under the Thomas Johnson Bridge along with Solomons PA237.

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Quarters of E36 and EMS3, Command 10 was based out of this firehouse for the day covering the 3rd Battalion.
Quarters of E36 and EMS3, Command 10 was based out of this firehouse for the day covering the 3rd Battalion.

CALS Assists with Funeral Fill in Baltimore City

CALS Member, February 03

On 2/2/22 Baltimore City said 'Goodbye' to 3 fallen hero's Lt P. Butrim, Lt K. Sadler, and FF/PM K. Lacayo. For the 1st time in its 225 year history the entire Baltimore City Fire Department was placed out of service so members could attend the funeral. Units from all over the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia were asked to provide Fire & EMS coverage in Baltimore City from 0700 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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CALS Assists US Coast Guard with Sick Mariner Evacuation

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, January 20

Earlier today CALS along with members from the Solomons VFD were able to assist the US Coast Guard with a unique mission. At approx 0930 hrs today an LNG freighter docked at Cove Point LNG had a mariner suffer from a medical emergency. The ships crew contacted the US Coast Guard via Channel 16 to report the emergency. The Coast Guard checked with local air assets and with poor weather in the ... (Full Story & Photos)

US Navy Crew Chief manning the hoist as providers and patient were lifted into the UH-60.
US Navy Crew Chief manning the hoist as providers and patient were lifted into the UH-60.

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