Warm Weather brings Two Flyouts for CALS Medics
By Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO
March 8, 2020

This Sunday was the first nice warm weather of the year and as usual it brought a higher than usual call volume to the Medic Unit. At approx 9 am Units from the Dunkirk area and the Medic were alerted for an accident reported serious on Rt-260. Squad 5 arrived to find a vehicle that had rolled over several times. Dunkirk Members along with North Beach A18 quckly packaged the patients and requested Medevac to a local trauma center. M104 (PMIC Freeman, Intern E.Richardson) assessed both patients and assisted with patient loading into the aircraft. United States Park Police Eagle 2 handled the medevac and took provider E Richardson with them as the 2nd provider for the 2nd patient. Later in the day Command 10 responded to Stoakley rd for the report of one thrown from a horse. Crews worked with A48 packaging the patient who was laying in a field. Once packaged patient was transported to CMH helipad for medevac by MSP Trooper 7.

Units: Squad 5, A59, A18, M104, CCSO