Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department
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Flyout for Box 1-13

Monday, August 18, 2014  Box 1-13: Station #1 was alerted for a fall.  Paramedic #10 responded along with QA County PM100. After assessment MSP Trooper 6 was alerted for a flyout to the Trauma Center.  In addition to the Paramedic Units, Engine 14, and Chief 10 responded on the call along with total of 12 volunteers.

     



 

Crash on Rt 18

Monday, August 18, 2014  A three vehicle crash Monday evening on Rt. 18 sent one driver to the hospital. The road was closed for a short period fo time, while firefighters removed debris; the struck vehicle from the roadway and Maryland State Police conducted their investigation.

Chief Thomas had the Command. Units responding were E-14, Rescue 1, Chief 10, Paramedic 1, QAC Paramedic 100, and Maryland State Police.  Kent Island responded with 23 volunteers.

     



 

BAY BRIDGE MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION

Sunday, August 17, 2014  Just before 11:00 a.m. Saturday units from Anne Arundel and Queen Anne's County responded to a serious motor vehicle accident on the West Bound span of the Bay Bridge.  A three vehicle accident occurred during two way operations. Anne Arundel Communications pre-alerted a Maryland State Police helicopter based on initial 911 calls reporting one patient being unconscious. one patient was transported by MSP Trooper 6 to Shock Trauma with critical, possibly life threatening injuries and two more patients were transported with minor injuries

This post is from Anne Arundel County Fire Department


     
 Photo by Anne Arundel County Fire Department

Photo by Anne Arundel County Fire
      Department

 Photo by Anne Arundel County Fire Department

Photo by Anne Arundel County Fire
      Department



 

CRASH IN FRONT OF FIREHOUSE

Sunday, August 17, 2014  Approximately 1404hrs. KIVFD was alerted for a two vehicle crash at the intersection in the front of the fire station, The two-vehicles were involved in a collision. Rescue 1 arrived and positioned to block traffic.  Rescue 1 quickly upgraded the assignment while beginning to stabilize the vehicle.  No one was injured.  Eleven (11) of your volunteers responded to scene.


     
Photo by Chelsea Reid

Photo by Chelsea Reid



 

Rescue box

Thursday, June 26, 2014  Station 1 was alerted to respond for an mvc with rollover. Rescue 1 and Paramedic 10 responded with 6 personnel. Rescue 1 arrived on scene with one car on the roadway and one car in the parking lot of CVS. Asst. Chief Schlotterbeck established command.  There was no entrapment and the scene was held by Rescue 1 and all other units returned In service. 

     



 

CONGRATULATIONS TO EMT/FF DONNIE ELLER

EMT/FF Donnie Eller

EMT/FF Donnie Eller

Monday, June 23, 2014  Congratulations to EMT/FF Donnie Eller who was recently promoted to Marine Operator with the Washington DC Fire Dept.  Donnie is with the DC Special Operations Battalion assigned to river rescue and is a Volunteer EMT/Firefighter with Kent Island VFD.

   


 

HAPPY GRADUATION AND CONGRATULATION TO OUR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS

Saturday, May 31, 2014  The Officers and Members of Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department extend our heartfelt CONGRATULATIONS to our members who are Graduating this year from high school.  We are very proud of these young members who have exemplified themselves as dedicated Emergency Services Providers..


EMT/FF Sean Doyle


FF Mills Yslas


EMT/FF Dalton Brown


EMT/FF Victoria Willis


   


 

Two vehicle crash in front of Station 1

Friday, May 30, 2014 10:32

Approximately 1032hrs. KIVFD was alerted for a two vehicle crash at the intersection in the front of the fire station, he two-vehicles were involved in a T-Bone collision with one still inside car.  Rescue 1 arrived positioned to block traffic.  Rescue 1 quickly upgraded the assignment while beginning to stabilize the vehicle.  With Paramedic 10 already committed to another call, QAC Paramedic 300 took in-patient for assessment.  After assessment MSP Trooper 1 was alerted for a fly out to the trauma center.  One was transport by ground by KIVFD Ambulance 1.


Units responding were Engine 14, Rescue 1, Paramedic 300, Chief 10, Ambulance 2, EMS 3, Ambulance 1, MSP Trooper 1 and the Maryland State Police Responded with 27 volunteers.

   


 

Fire Alarm

Tuesday, May 27, 2014  At 2112 hrs.  Station 1 units were alerted to respond for an Automatic Fire Alarm in the 1-10 box on Roberta Drive. Unit responded in under a minute. EMS 1-2 was first arriving and reported nothing evident.  After further investigation it was determined to be an alarm malfunction and the assignment was placed in service.


Units responded C-10, Engine 12, and EMS 1-2 POV with 12 volunteers.


     



 
 
 

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