Calvert Advanced Life Support

2018 Incidents

2017 Incidents
JAN 475
FEB 408
MAR 381
APR 418
MAY 444
JUN 400
JUL 474
AUG 410
SEP 391
OCT 391
NOV 381
DEC 448
Total 5021

2016 Incidents
Jan 425
Feb 411
Mar 432
Apr 398
May 418
June 404
July 466
Aug 453
Sept 426
Oct 432
Nov 411
Dec 466
Total 5142

2015 Incidents
Jan 433
Feb 383
Mar 421
Apr 401
May 428
June 409
July 422
Aug 426
Sept 439
Oct 411
Nov 332
Dec 371
Total 4876

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CALS assists with funeral detail for fallen EMS provider.

EMT Christian Windsor, January 14

On January 12th 2018 Calvert Advanced Life Support assisted Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad in a funeral detail for a fallen EMS provider. With a heavy hearts Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad announced the passing of life time member Barbara "Dolly" Davidson. Mrs.Dolly Davidson passed away on January 4th 2018 at the age 88 years old.

Mrs.Davidson first joined Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Crews down in the ravine working to package the patient.
Crews down in the ravine working to package the patient.

Medics Assist on Technical Rescue in Huntingtown

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, January 05

At approx 1730 hrs Co.6 and Co.5 and CALS were alerted for the technical rescue in Huntingtown. A 73 year old female had reportedly fallen down a steep ravine in her backyard while she was attempting to catch her dog. Technical Rescue group prepared the (Z-Rig) lifting device while also packaging patient so crews could safely bring the patient out of the ravine. Patient was then assessed by ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)

Another year of 5,000+ Calls

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, January 03

Well 2017 has come and gone and CALS continues to be Maryland's last 100% volunteer ALS system. CALS and it's volunteers responded to over 5000 calls for the second year straight. This amazing feat is carried out by approximately 50 dedicated volunteer paramedics and about 20 volunteer BLS members. It wasn't easy but we pulled it off, the majority of the time we had 2 or more medics on duty in the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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CMD10 @ the LZ in Prince Frederick after the ATV accident.
CMD10 @ the LZ in Prince Frederick after the ATV accident.

CALS Medics Respond to ATV Accident

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, December 20

Early this evening CALS, Prince Frederick Fire & Rescue units were alerted to the ATV accident in the area of Rt-231 @ Prince Frederick Blvd. CMD 10 with PMIC Shannon (the other one) PMIC Madriaga, and ALS Intern Evans responded immediately from the office. Units arrived on scene to find a male driver who was suffering from injuries from his ATV rolling over top of him. All three companies worked ... (Full Story & Photos)

Medics Work Double Fatal Motor Vehicle Accident

Member, December 13

At noon today units from CALS, Huntingtown, North Beach, Prince Frederick Fire Department were alerted for an accident reported serious on Plum Point Rd. Responding units were quickly updated reporting head-on with two subjects trapped. With the update of two subjects trapped trapped and unconscious CHF10, Car10 (PMIC Myers) added themselves to the call with Command 10 (PMIC Hiepler) and M103 (PMIC ... (Full Story & Photos)

The crash scene.
The crash scene.


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