Yesterday afternoon a child was riding a bicycle and hit a moving vehicle. The child was treated by crews from U419 and E412 along with M56 and EMS5. It was determined that the child needed to be flown to shock trauma due to his injuries.
On Saturday August 23rd Rescue Squad 414, Engine company 412 and Special unit 418 responded for Mutual aid rescue alarm in Carroll county on MD route 140. First units arrived to find two car MVC with one patient trapped and one ejected. S414 arrived first and completed a complex extrication. The rescue squad took take the roof, the drivers door and then pushed the dash to free the patient. Units from Reisterstown were assisted by Gamber engine 134 and Reese Rescue
Squad 9. Units were available in under an hour.
Reisterstown E412 and S414 were dispatched for a report of a car into the back of a trash truck. S414 arrived to find an occupant of the car heavily trapped. The call was immediately upgraded to a heavy rescue box which brought T313, S322 (Pikesville) and S303 (Lutherville, for the crane). The trash truck was lifted using air bags and S303’s crane and then S322 slowly pulled the car out from under the truck. Crews were on-scene for approximately 90 minutes. The patient was transported to Shock Trauma.
On August 2nd 2014 around 0135 hours units were alerted for a 1050PI with person trapped in front of the Full Moon Bar and Grill. Squad 414 responded and arrived first to find one patient trapped. The squad crew, aided by Engine company 412, cut the roof off to extricate the patient and turned then over care to EMS. Crews were ready for service a little under an hour.
Photos courtesy of J Jeffers