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Southern Maryland Helicopter Fly Outs 2007 : Helicopter fly outs in St. Mary's County 2007. Most are of Trooper 7 but Trooper 2 and Eagle 1 can also be seen.

Southern Maryland Helicopter Fly Outs...

John Douglass (johndoug)

Helicopter fly outs in St. Mary's County 2007. Most are of Trooper 7 b ...

Updated: Sep 16, 2007 8:21am PST

Indian Bridge Rd, Truck Roll Over With Fly Out 7-14-2007 : On July 14, 2007 at 3:23 AM, Bay District Volunteers from Company 9, Leonardtown Squad 1, Company 19 and Medic 1 were dispatched for a reported motor vehicle accident with the vehicle overturned in the area of 22175 Indian Bridge Road. A sheriffs deputy confirmed that a vehicle was on it's side with one patient trapped. Chief 3 and Chief 1 arrived on scene and advised responding units that the patient was trapped and was suffering from a head injury and had difficulty breathing. Engine 92 arrived on scene and initiated vehicle stabilization on the directions of Chief 3 and pulled a hoseline for protection. Squad 1 arrived and began extrication operations while the crew from A-197 began treatment and stabilization of the patient. Helicopter transport was requested from the scene and Trooper 2 was dispatched. At 3:53 AM the patient was extricated and transported to the landing zone. All units cleared the scene and were back in quarters at 5:02 AM. E-73 provided coverage at Station 9 while Company 9 units were tied up on scene.
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=462
http://www.lvfd1.org/index.cfm?mws=publicnews.detail&News_ID=235
http://www.lvrs.org/index.cfm?mws=publicnews.detail&News_ID=122

Indian Bridge Rd, Truck Roll Over Wit...

John Douglass (johndoug)

On July 14, 2007 at 3:23 AM, Bay District Volunteers from Company 9, L ...

Updated: Sep 16, 2007 8:19am PST

3 Vehicle Accident with Roll Over, Fly out & Arrest on Pax. Beach Rd. 7-15-2007 : On a sunny and hot Sunday afternoon on July 15, 2007 at 1411 hours, Bay District Volunteers along with Hollywood Fire, Hollywood EMS and Solomons EMS were alerted to a motor vehicle accident with vehicle overturned on Patuxent Beach Road in the vicinity of Kingston Creek Road. Command 9 with Captain Jeff Bixby at the wheel arrived on scene and advised incoming units that there were three vehicles involved with one overturned. All occupants were out of the vehicles upon arrival of fire and EMS units and the volunteers spread out across the area to treat multiple patients. EMS personnel determined that one patient needed a helo medical evacuation and Trooper 7 was then requested. Engine 91 and Engine 92 provided coverage at the scene for the helo landing sight while Solomons A-839 treated and transported the patient to the landing zone. Hollywood A799 transported one patient to SMH while A-796 assisted with patient care and signed refusals. Chief 9b, then Chief 3B held operations while Captain 9 held command. All units were clear of the scene by 1449 hours.
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=463
http://www.thebaynet.com/news/index.cfm/fa/viewstory/story_ID/6372
http://www.hvfd7.com/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=380

3 Vehicle Accident with Roll Over, Fl...

John Douglass (johndoug)

On a sunny and hot Sunday afternoon on July 15, 2007 at 1411 hours, Ba ...

Updated: Sep 16, 2007 8:14am PST

Accident on 235 near Hollywood Fire and Rescue with Fly Out : At 1549 hours numerous reports came in of a vehicle overturned in the area of the Hollywood Fire Department. At that time Company 7, EMS Station 79, 19, and the Medic were dispatched as units quickly responded. Moments after dispatch an Ambulance from Company 79 along with Chief 7 and Chief 7A arrived on location. With the Squad en route Chief 7A advised there would be two subjects trapped in the vehicle. As Squad 7 arrived on location the two subjects freed themselves without any assistance from the Fire Department. Chief 7 who established the Command advised there would be two, Priority 2 patients and the helo was quickly added to the call. Engine 72 with the Engine Captain responded and was diverted to the Landing Site which was handled at HVFD. Trooper 7 flew one patient priority 2, to PGGH. Chief 7 held the Command, as Engine Captain Brady held the Landing Site. All units cleared at 1615 hours. 
http://www.hvfd7.com/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=381

Accident on 235 near Hollywood Fire a...

John Douglass (johndoug)

At 1549 hours numerous reports came in of a vehicle overturned in the ...

Updated: Sep 16, 2007 8:05am PST

Man falls from truck - Trooper 7 Fly Out : At 11:43am units from Valley Lee were dispatched for a possible electrocution at 20410 Point Lookout Road in Callaway. When units arrived on the scene they found a tree service worker that had fallen of his log loader truck. The individual was flown to Prince Georges Hospital Center due to traumatic injuries that he received from the fall. Units were on the scene for about 45 minutes. Chief 6 (Crowder) held the Point Lookout Road Command
http://www.sdvfdrs.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=135
http://www.thebaynet.com/news/index.cfm/fa/viewstory/story_ID/6504

Man falls from truck - Trooper 7 Fly Out

John Douglass (johndoug)

At 11:43am units from Valley Lee were dispatched for a possible electr ...

Updated: Sep 16, 2007 7:59am PST

PLANE CRASH : On August 9, 2007, at 0707 eastern daylight time, a Piper PA-22-160, N2731P, registered to and operated by a private owner as a 14 CFR Part 91 personal flight made a forced landing to an open field on initial take off climb. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed and no flight plan was filed. A post crash fire destroyed the airplane. The private pilot and one passenger reported minor injuries. The remaining passenger was transported to a local area hospital with serious injuries and died that evening. The flight originated from ST. Mary's County Regional Airport, Leonardtown, Maryland, on August 9, 2007, at 0706.
http://www.hvfd7.com/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=389
http://www.thebaynet.com/news/index.cfm/fa/viewvideonews/story_ID/6550
http://cms.firehouse.com/web/online/Photo-Stories/Two-Hurt-and-One-Killed-in-Plane-Crash/45$55990
http://www.thebaynet.com/news/index.cfm/fa/viewstory/story_ID/6587
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http://www.mdsp.org/media/press_release_details.asp?identifier=478

PLANE CRASH

John Douglass (johndoug)

On August 9, 2007, at 0707 eastern daylight time, a Piper PA-22-160, N ...

Updated: Sep 16, 2007 7:46am PST

Motorcycle Accident and Fly Out at BDVFD : On Friday August 31, 2007 at 21:54 hours, Bay District Volunteers were alerted for a Motor Vehicle Accident with injuries at the intersection of Chancellors Run Road @ Fire Dept Lane involving a motorcycle. While units were en route to the scene, Utility 39 arrived requesting the helicopter. At 21:59 hours, Chief 3 (Wayne Johnson) along with Squad 3 under the direction of Captain 3 (Jeff Evans) arrived on the scene and Chief 3 established the Chancellors Run Road Command. Command advised for Engine 92 to re-route and do the landing site and Engine 91 under the direction of Sgt 9A (Mark Warren) was placed on the call for the Landing Site. Trooper 7 transported the injured motorcyclist to Prince Georges Shock Trauma while Squad 3 stood by for lighting the accident scene. Command was terminated and units cleared the scene at 22:21 hours.
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=476
http://www.thebaynet.com/news/index.cfm/fa/viewstory/story_ID/6694

Motorcycle Accident and Fly Out at BDVFD

John Douglass (johndoug)

On Friday August 31, 2007 at 21:54 hours, Bay District Volunteers were ...

Updated: Sep 16, 2007 7:44am PST

Hazmat on Great Mills Rd 9-13-2007 : On September 13, 2007 at 0835 hours Station 3 and Station 39 were alerted to the area of 21290 Great Mills Road for the reported MVA with Injuries. Engine 33 and Chief 3B responded within a minute of dispatch and arrived on the scene at 0838 hours advising of two vehicles one of which behing a gas delivery truck with a saddle tank ruptured. Chief 3B arrived and established the " Great Mills Road Command" and requested additional resources. Engine 132, Hazmat 13, Jeep 9, Hazmat 18, State Highway, Metcom, MDE were all alerted. Squad 3 arrived and the crews blocked the spill from going into the drain and from going any further down the road. Once all units were on the scene crews operated on the scene for about 3 hours using absorbant to pickup the bulk of the spill before returning to quarters. The spill was estimated between 50 and 75 gallons of fuel. 
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=491

Hazmat on Great Mills Rd 9-13-2007

John Douglass (johndoug)

On September 13, 2007 at 0835 hours Station 3 and Station 39 were aler ...

Updated: Sep 15, 2007 11:06am PST