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A shift on the unit.

CALS responds to a 2 Alarm fire in Solomons

Member, April 23

Only hours after the serious accident on Rt-4 the medic unit was back at it again. While enroute back home from a medical while covering crews cleaning up after the MVC, CHF10 heard the call for "Area Box" 301 in Solomons Island. CHF10 marked up from Rt-4 and Cove Point rd and arrived on scene with the first arriving units from Solomons, CHF10 established the command until the arrival of CHF3. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Medics Respond to Rollover with Ejection

Member, April 23

At approximately 2000 hrs on Sunday night CALS and surrounding units were alerted for the accident reported serious with ejection at Rt-4 @ White Sands Dr. Immediately M101 (PMIC Laska) and M103 (PMIC Paiva) marked up from Prince Frederick. Once on the TAC channel units were updated that the accident was a confirmed rollover with a pediatric ejection laying in the roadway. Chief10 who was in the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Medics respond for boat explosion in Solomons

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, April 21

At approximately 1830 hrs Calvert Control Center began receiving calls from multiple people in the Solomons Island area that a Boat had just exploded at the fuel dock and was now fully engulfed. M101 (J.Hiepler) M103 (S.Dimakas) and Chief 10B (Sturmer) marked up with the report of two victims in the water. Units from Solomons quickly arrived and found 1 victim with 2nd degree burns and the other ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Just Another Sunday, CALS runs 22 calls, 4 Cardiac Arrests, 1 flyout, multiple sick people

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, April 17

The following Paramedics deserve a round of applause, J.Bonner, K.Seymour, S.Sturmer, K.Jura. Sunday 4/16/17 was relentless, the calls never stopped and were frequently coming back to back. At one point on Sunday PMIC Seymour and Jura were working an arrest in North Beach when they were alerted for another cardiac arrest just a few miles away. PMIC Seymour left the arrest he was working with ... (Full Story & Photos)

Another nice day brings multiple flyouts

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, April 14

The trend continues for CALS, at approx 2 pm todayunits in the Prince Frederick area were alerted for a motorcyclist down in the area of 350 Adelina Rd. M102 (PMIC Larkin) arrived and immediately began care of a motorcyclist who had been thrown from his bike after running off the road. The patient was packaged as a Pri-2 Cat -A and the flight was handled by MSP Trooper 7. Not long after the motorcycle ... (Full Story & Photos)

MSP Trooper 7 landing at MD50
MSP Trooper 7 landing at MD50


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