Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Box 1-10 was alerted for an odor of gas
inside at residence on Harbor Dr. Stations #1, #2, #3, And #9 were alerted for the incident. Engine 12 & Tower 1 continued into the scene to investigate while the remainder of the assignment level 1 staged. Investigation showed no abnormal gas readings inside the structure. The Volunteers quickly
mitigated the incident. Asst. Chief 10 (Schulz) had the command.. Tower 1,
Engine 12, Chief 1, Chief 10, And Paramedic 1 were operating on scene with 24
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Monday, March 3, 2014
Box 1-81: At 10:50pn, before the snowstorm hit, Station
1, Rescue 2 and QAC PM100 were alerted for an MVC with rollover on EB Rt. 50
at Exit 37. Supplemental dispatch information revealed the crash to actually be WB IAO Shopping Center Rd. Chief 10, Rescue 1, Engine 14, and Paramedic 1 responded on the
run with 25 Volunteers. Paramedic 1
arrived on scene to find an SUV had struck the jersey barrier than overturned against
the jersey wall.
A witness to the crash advised responders three men were observed running from the scene toward Dunkin Donuts. Police later located the three men IAO Western Auto. Two underage patients were transported to the Queen Anne ER by Paramedic 1 with minor injuries while the driver remained in custody of Maryland State Police. Asst. Chief Schulz had
the Rt. 50 Command. The scene was turned over to Maryland State Police.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Ambulance 10 construction is well underway and the Ambulance Committee will be traveling to the plant in late March to inspect the new unit which should start responding to emergency calls in mid April 2014. The new ambulance will replace the current A-10 which has seen approximately 12 years of service. The new A-10 is a 2014 Dodge Ram 5500 truck chassis (purchased locally at Fred Frederick Dodge, Easton, Maryland). The body is being built by Road Rescue (Purchased through Atlantic Emergency Solutions, Brian Bashista).Additional photos will be posted as they become available.
Drivers side and rear 2-27-14
Sunday, February 23, 2014
Station #1 was alerted for an MVC unknown on injuries on Main St. near the Safeway Store. This brought response from Paramedic 1, Rescue 1, Chief 10, Engine 14 with a total of 8 volunteers. There were no injuries on scene. Units stood by until the car was towed away. Chief 10 had the command.
Monday, February 17, 2014
Station #1 was alerted for a dwelling fire. Asst. Chief Schlotterbeck arrived on scene with a fire in the utility closet. In addition to several mutual aid companies, this brought response from Engine-Tanker 1, Engine 14, Rescue 1, Tower 1, and Medic 1 with 19 volunteers. Fire was quickly knocked and all units cleared with no injuries. A/C Schlotterbeck had the command.
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Thanks to Neal Matthews, 2013 Associate Member of the Year for the great job on this video.
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
The company business meeting had just adjourned and everyone was in the process of heading home when Queen Anne's Communications dispatched Box 1-2 for the Chimney fire on Ackerman Road. This brought a rapid response from 33 Kent Island Volunteers emptying the house of apparatus. Engine-Tanker 1 was first arriving on location with nothing evident. Asst. Chief Schulz established the Ackerman Command. Command staged the assignment with exception of Tower 1. Units on scene investigated and found the fire to be out with no extension. Units responding were E/T1, E12, E14, Tower 1, Rescue 1 and Ambulance 1.
Sunday, February 2, 2014 12:40
Box 1-8 was alerted for an inside gas
leak at the Kent Island Hardees. Stations #1, #2, #3, #9 and AACo. #19 responded to the
incident. Chief 1 arrived and established command. Incoming units were
staged at the old Acme parking lot. Investigation showed a slight odor inside. The
Volunteers quickly mitigated the incident. Chief 1 (Thomas) had the command and held it with Kent Island Units, the others were placed in service. Engine-Tanker
1, Tower 1, Engine 14, Chief 1 and Paramedic 1 were operating on scene with 22
Saturday, February 1, 2014 14:07
At 14:07 Kent Island Volunteers were dispatched to MVC with
injuries at McDonalds in the parking lot. Chief 10 arrived to find a car was involved
in rear-in collision. One patient was transport by Paramedic 10. Chief 10 (Asst. Chief Schulz) had the
McDonalds Command, which brought the response of 12 Kent Island Volunteers with
Chief 1, Chief 10, Paramedic 10, Engine14 and Rescue 1; QAC Dept. of Emergency
Services Paramedic 100, Queen Anne Sheriff also Responded.
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