At 1 am. on April 25, 2012 Rescue Squad 414 and Special Unit 418 responded on a motor vehicle accident with rescue at Falls Rd. and Western Run Rd. Units from Butler and Texas stations also responded. Upon arrival, Engine 493 found a vehicle in the field with one occupant self extricated and one still in the vehicle. Rescue Squad 414 helped stabilize the vehicle so the second occupant could be extricated. Both patients were transported to the hospital via medic units.
Just shortly after 2 am. Baltimore County 911 received a report of an apartment fire to the rear of Future Care Cherrywood on Reisterstown Rd. Units from Franklin, Reisterstown, Glyndon, Owings Mills, Garrison, and Randallstown were alerted. Upon arrival, units reported a fully involved garden apartment building at 3 Caraway Rd. and requested a 2nd alarm. Engine 412 was atttacking the fire with handlines while Rescue Squad 414 performed a search of the building. After a collapse of the exterior wall on the third floor, the building was evacuated and exterior operations began. The fire was called under control at 5:30 am. Two civilians were transported to hospital.
After clearing Northwest Hospital IV415 picked up for 18-21 box for 1050-PI unknown status. IV415 arrived first on scene to a 3 car collision with 2 priority 4 and 1 priority 3 (refusal). Truck and Engine 18 were both on scene along with Medic 19.
Last night was warm and was one of the first rains we have had in weeks. This might have lead to the 3 rescue boxes that we had along with a 2nd alarm fire box in 46’s area. It all started around 9:30p last night with a call for S414 to assist on a rescue box up in Bulter’s area (Station 49). After this around midnight was a 2 alarm firebox in Liberty Roads area in which S414 and E412 responded. Crews were onscene for several hours and then back to the station. After a PI in 56’s area there was a rescue in Arcadia’s box area (Station 43) which both S414 and E412 responded. The evening was completed with another rescue box along Route 140 again with S414 and E412 responding along with other companies in the area.
Pictures from the 46-23 Firebox
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