Engine 412 along with several other units in Baltimore County were alerted for a barn fire early this afternoon. E412 arrived and helped setup water supply as there were multiple engines already at the barn. E412 supplied water it received from Carroll County units. Once the fire was suppressed E412 was requested to go down to the location in order to use foam to completely cover what was left of the barn. Foam enables the water to soak into the burning material which cools and reduces access to oxygen. Units cleared around 4:30pm.
Last night at approximately 8:30pm Reisterstown was alerted for an MVC on Hanover Pike near Kemp Road. SU418 called enroute and just pulled out of the station when it was upgraded to an MVC with one trapped. Other volunteers in the area came down and brought Engine 412 and 413 as well. Crews found two vehicles 100 yards apart and one of them was up on the guard rail. It took crews approximately 10 minutes to extricate the patient from the vehicle who was then transported by ambulance to Shock Trauma. Crews were in service approximately 45 minutes after dispatch.
This morning around 7am, RVFC was alerted for a three vehicle MVC with one person trapped. A415, SU418 and E413 arrived to find a 3 vehicles involved. One vehicle was significantly damaged but thankfully the driver was not trapped in the vehicle. Crews worked on the patient on-scene and then transported to the trauma center.