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By Mechanicsville Volunteers
February 28, 2019

On Thursday, just before 0700 Squad 2, and surrounding EMS units were alerted to Three Notch Road and Point Lookout Road for the Motor Vehicle Accident with reports of one patient with agonal respirations. Rescue Squad 2, Rescue Engine 22, and Chief 2B made the response shortly after dispatch. Units arrived to find three vehicles, with one patient laying in the median.

Chief 2B established the command. Crews began assessing patients and checking the vehicles for hazards. After assessment, it was determined one patient would require transport to a Trauma Center and a helicopter was requested. Trooper 7 transported the one patient to Prince Georges Trauma Center.
While units were cleaning up from the accident, Fireboard contacted units and advised of another MVA at Point Lookout Road and Goodrick Lane. With that the Rescue Engine and Rescue Squad cleared the first accident to respond to the second. Rescue Squad 2 came up on a third accident while enroute that was Property Damage only.

Rescue Engine 22 arrived at Point Lookout and Goodrick to find two vehicles involved in a rear end style collision with one patient complaining of injuries. Rescue Engine 22 held the Ambulance from 19 and themselves for fluid clean up and to assist the one patient.
All units were in quarters by 0815 hours.

Units: Rescue Squad 2, Rescue Engine 22, Chief 2B
 
Mutual Aid: Ambualnce 299, Paramedic Ambulance 1002, Ambulance 196, Trooper 7
 

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