Calvert Advanced Life Support

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A shift on the unit.

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CALS Welcomes newest addition to our medic family

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, March 01

Assistant Chief Shannon Stockton, and his wife Shannon Stockton (not a miss print) welcomed their second child into the world today. Charlie James Stockton was born healthy and happy at AAMC today at 1250 hrs. Congratulations to them and their new family.... (Full Story & Photos)

CALS runs serious dirtbike accident "way off the beaten path"

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, February 27

At approximately 1700 hrs on Sunday afternoon CALS and Solomons units were dispatched to the report of a serious dirtbike accident behind an address on Millbridge drive. M103 (PMIC Bento, Intern Mumper) and CHF10 (Shannon) marked up from the office in Prince Frederick. M102 (PMIC Co.Shannon) happened to be in the area when the call was dispatched and responded to the scene. Enroute to the call ... (Full Story & Photos)

Utility 10 standing by for the LZ in a horse pen.  Can't always get an enigne in place for an LZ.
Utility 10 standing by for the LZ in a horse pen. Can't always get an enigne in place for an LZ.

Medic units on location standing by for patient to be extricated
Medic units on location standing by for patient to be extricated

CALS handles prolonged extrication just prior to Banquet

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, February 16

At approximately 1500 hrs on Saturday afternoon as severe thunderstorms were rolling in towards Calvert County, Calvert control dispatched a MVC in front of CALS. As units from CALS were coming out of the building to help, the call was upgraded to "reported serious" with one patient trapped. Chief 10C K.Jura, and PMIC B.Contee arrived on scene immediately and began to work with units from Co's ... (Full Story & Photos)

PMIC Wells singlehandedly saves a cardiac arrest patient

Deputy Chief Kevin Jura FTO, February 11

On January 18th, PMIC Wells responded to a Breathing Problems call in Dunkirk. When arrived on scene, he found a 51 year old female having chest pains and an active STEMI. He immediately began transporting her to a Cardiac Intensive Care Center at Southern Maryland Hospital. While transporting the patient, he was alone in the back of the unit with the patient when she went into cardiac arrest. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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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)


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