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CALS Handles Multiple Trauma Calls over the Weekend

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, February 06

This past weekend was incredibly busy for CALS paramedics, not only did they run multiple medical calls but they also ran 4 very serious trauma calls. The first was mutual aid to Charles County for the rollover, then later on that evening they were dispatched for a pediatric pedestrian struck in St-Leonard. Little did they know the night was just getting started, at approximately 0400 they were ... (Full Story & Photos)

Crews moving the child to the aircraft.
Crews moving the child to the aircraft.

Child Struck by Vehicle

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, January 31

At approximately 1600 today units from St-Leonard VFD and CALS were dispatched to a report of a child struck by a vehicle. M103 responded with PMIC Freeman, and Intern (Wasucheck), M103 arrived on scene with station 7 units and immediately began patient care. The patient was packaged and aviation was requested for transport. United States Park Police Eagle 1 (PMIC Bento) responded and handled ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mid Day Rescue in Prince Frederick

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, January 30

At approximately noon today ambulance 49 was returning from the hospital and came across a T-bone style accident on Rt-4N in front of Applebees. Chief 4 who was riding in A49 quickly assesed 3 patients in two vehicles and determined two people to be trapped. Chief 4 requested the "Rescue Box" for two trapped. Chief 10 responded from the office and M101 came from CMH. All 3 patients were evaluated ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mid Day Rescue in Prince Frederick
Mid Day Rescue in Prince Frederick

CALS Responds to a Working House Fire

Deputy Chief Kevin Jura FTO, January 27

At approximately 7:16 pm on Friday, 27 January 2017, the Calvert County Control Center dispatched a working house fire with possible subjects trapped, in Chesapeake Beach. Chief 10-C and Medic 101 responded to the call and arrived on scene to find firefighters from multiple companies battling a fully involved house fire. Chief 10-C and M101 arrived and joined the BLS units already on scene in staging. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Shooting in Prince Frederick

PMIC Kyle Seymour FTO, January 14

At approximately 1930 hrs on Friday 1/13/17 Calvert ALS, Prince Frederick Fire and Prince Frederick Rescue Squad were alerted for a possible shooting. MSP SGT Davies (Also a CALS medic) was in the area and responded immediately, Captain Seymour arrived moments later to assist him in CMD 10. Medics found a male patient with a small caliber round in his shoulder both medics provided care and requested ... (Full Story)


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