At 2106 hours, units were alerted to Baptist Church Road in the area of Cannon Lane for the motor vehicle accident with reported entrapment.
The rescue arrived to find a single vehicle accident confirming one trapped. The crew secured the vehicle, stabilizing it and began extrication. Firefighters removed the entire drivers side, roof and rolled the dash to free the driver.
At 2042 hours, the assignment was alerted to Oaks Road in the area of Three Notch Road for the pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle.
Captain 2 (Bellevou) arrived on scene with the corrected location of Charlotte Hall School Road and Oaks Road with one laying on the side of the road and established command. Charles Ambulance 27 arrived and began patient assessment/care.
At 0941 hours we were alerted with surrounding departments for the reported house on fire in the area of the northern entrance of Old Village Road at Three Notch Road. Initial reports advised it to be a working fire.
Engine 24 arrived, laid a 4" into the scene advising they were on side 'Alpha" of a one story, single family with smoke showing. The crew stretched a 1.75" attack line, forced the front ... (Full Story & Photos)
At 0721 hours, the Rescue was alerted to Mechanicsville Road at Three Notch Road for the motor vehicle accident with reported one overturned.
Units arrived to find a three vehicle collision involving three vehicles, confirming one on its side. After scene size up, there was no entrapment and one for check up. Command (Fire Chief 2) held the rescue, wagon and ambulance on the scene. Firefighters ... (Full Story & Photos)
RES2CUE operates on a three vehicle accident, with one on its side.
RES2CUE extricating the operator of this vehicle that overturned several times on Mechanicsville Road
Rescue Squad 2 was alerted to the area of 27118 Mechanicsville Road for the motor vehicle accident, reported one overturned with entrapment.
Fire Chief 2 arrived confirming a single vehicle that had overturned but was on its wheels. He also confirmed there was one trapped and advised the rescue they would need to remove the roof and drivers door to free the occupant. He established command and advised ... (Full Story & Photos)
At approximately 1250 hours the crew at Station 2 experienced a power loss with the backup generator restoring power immediately. Shortly afterwards, multiple companies from Charles and St. Mary's County were dispatched to 10050 Ryceville Road in Charles County for the explosion with fire at the Southern Maryland Electric transfer Station.