May 31, 1551 hrs
On this hot muggy Wednesday afternoon, the type of call came over the radio
that everyone hates to hear. “Medic 1 to Charles we’ve just been involved in
a 10-50, start me the assignment”. Engine 31 which was already on the air
going to the same call the Medic unit was going to for a Cardiac Arrest and was
quickly redirected to the Intersection of Smallwood Dr. and Old Washington
Rd. for the 10-50 involving the Medic Unit after the County Police had
placed everybody in service from the Cardiac Arrest call. E-31 arrived along
with all the EMS units running the previous call to find a T-Bone style
collision with one of the Medic Unit’s providers pinned in the rear
passenger area. Squad 3 under the Command of Chief 3 arrived shortly after
and assisted units on the Scene with patient care while E-31 finished
popping the rear driver side door with their combo tool. Chief 3 set up the
command while EMS Chief 16 A had the EMS sector. Two of the medics were
flown by U.S.P.P. too P.G. Hospital. E-32 handled the L.Z. for the Eagle. A
total of 4 patients were transported from the scene.
Waldorf Units: E-31, E-32, RS-3, Chief-3, AMB-39, and AMB-129
Mutual Aid: Chief 16 A, Medic 16, AMB-28, EMS Chief 69, C.C.S.O., U.S.P.P.
and, Several Units from Co. 60.