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Serious MVC in Thompson's Corner
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By Mechanicsville Volunteers
May 7, 2019

At 2011 hours, Rescue Squad 2 was alerted to Thompson Corner Road in the area of Millwood Lane for the motor vehicle accident involving a horse and buggy.

Units arrived to find a passenger car and horse drawn buggy involved with six patients ejected from the horse drawn buggy. Crews went to work treating injuries and triaging. Three medevacs were requested to fly the six patients once crews assessed injuries.

Trooper 7, U.S. Park Eagle 1 and Trooper 6 were added to the incident. Trooper 7 went out of service on the scene due to a mechanical issue so Charles Ambulance 14 and Ambulance 299 transported to Childrens Hospital. The other four patients were medevaced to Medstar and Childrens Hospital as well.

Thompson Corner Road was shut down due and the scene was eventually turned over to law enforcement for reconstruction.

Units operated for approximately an hour and a half on the scene. Chief 2 held the Thompson Corner Road command.

Units: Rescue Squad 2, Engine 21, Brush 2, Chief 2, Chief 2A, Chief 2B
Mutual Aid: EMS Units from Co.29, Charles EMS 2, Charles EMS 14, SMALS
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Comment Comment 4 Comment(s)

Michael May 08, 2019 at 9:28 AM
Thoughts and prayers for the families involved. Do we have any word on the condition of the horse?

rr May 08, 2019 at 10:25 AM
Did the horse survive?

Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department May 08, 2019 at 10:39 AM
As far as we know the horse survived. We were advised the horse ran away from the scene.

Annie May 08, 2019 at 11:07 AM
Does anyone know how all the people are doing? Prayers to all.

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