Call History
GVFD Uses New Rescue Tools to Free Trapped Patient
Tue. May 19th 2015
Last night, while Engine 353 was operating on a building fire in Laurel, a volunteer crew at GVFD placed the new engine, 352, in service for calls. Engine 352 stayed busy, responding to multiple calls throughout the evening. Shortly after midnight, Engine 352 was alerted to respond for a motor vehicle accident with injuries in the area of Old Gunpowder Road and Ammendale Road. The engine crew arrived on the scene to find one car overturned with an adult male trapped inside. In addition, the man's hand was trapped underneath the roof. Since a rescue squad was not dispatched on the initial response, the engine crew quickly utilized their newly purchased rescue tools in order to free the patient.

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