Calvert Advanced Life Support

2015 Incidents
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A shift on the unit.

Early Morning Medevac with Needle Decompression

PMIC Spiro Dimakas, September 18

In the early morning of September 18th, CALS was dispatched to a residence in White Sands for an adult male patient who had reportedly been assaulted. Medic 102 (Lt. Bishop) arrived on scene to find a patient that was extremely intoxicated and fell 10 feet down a ravine behind the house. A Medevac was requested due to the patients injuries and MSP Trooper 7 was dispatched.

While enroute to the landing ... (Full Story & Photos)

CALS runs MCI to close out a busy Labor Day weekend

Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO, September 05

At approx 2030 tonight units from North Beach, Dunkirk, Hungtintown, CALS were alerted for the rescue reported serious on Rt-260 in front of the "Dash In". An off duty MSP flight medic on his way home from work witnessed the crash and immediately began providing care. Safety officer 1 (Freesland) arrived onscene and established command advising 7 total patients and requesting aviation. Capt.10 ... (Full Story & Photos)

Busy Start to the Labor Day Holiday Weekend

PMIC Spiro Dimakas, September 02

CALS was off to a busy start for the holiday weekend on Friday. Starting at 7am until 9pm CALS units ran 28 calls for service, double our normal call volume for a typical day. The day was filled with medical boxes, rescue boxes, and the county even had a house fire in the Chesapeake Beach area. CALS maintained three medics during the day and at times a fourth medic was available to handle to call ... (Full Story & Photos)

Calvert ALS Places a new unit in service

Safety Officer Stephen Stanton, August 26

CALS is pleased to announce that we have placed a brand new medic unit in service. "Medic 102" is a 2016 Chevy Silveraldo featuring a POD insert into the truck bed along with the Extendobed pull out storage system. The graphics on Medic 102 represent a new color scheme for CALS vehicles commerating the 25th anniversary of the CALS in 2015. Thank you to the members of the vehicle committee for all ... (Full Story & Photos)

CALS runs fatal motorcycle accident in Cove Point

PMIC Spiro Dimakas, July 11

After clearing company MedEvac training at the ranch club airport in Lusby, Medic 102 witnessed a motorcycle accident with ejection at Cove Point Rd and Old Cove Point Rd. Immediate medical attention was given to the two patients, who were found to be unconscious. Additional paramedics were requested to the scene bringing PMIC Freeman and Gaefck along with Chief 10 and 10A. Two Medevacs were requested ... (Full Story & Photos)


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