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2020 Unit Run Stats
E41 141
WS42 7
RE4 120
ET44 12
B47 10
B48 4
P45 269
A46 8
U4 3
Updated: 5/29/20
Total 579

2020 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan. 27 79
Feb. 31 52
March 27 48
April 18 43
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2019 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan. 23 58
Feb. 51 61
March 34 58
April 32 55
May 32 82
June 37 49
July 35 70
Aug. 28 63
Sep. 27 68
Oct. 42 65
Nov. 28 44
Dec. 38 69
Total 407 742

Unit Run Stats
2O19: 2O18: 2O17:
E41 436 470 248
WS42 5 23 18
RE4 271 291 221
ET44 52 61 58
B47 33 21 32
B48 6 13 5
P45 853 878 828
A46 1 30 8
U4 10 52 128
DTY4 37 43 9
Total 1706 1884 1557

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2014 318 664
2015 314 745
2016 315 744
2017 338 751
2018 403 827
2019 407 732


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Multi-Vehicle Crash Involving A Box Truck on I-70
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By Secretary Christopher Bowman
June 18, 2019

At just after 3:50 pm on Tuesday June 18th units from Lisbon and Glenwood were alerted for a vehicle accident with unknown injuries on I-70 eastbound in the area of Woodbine Rd. RE4 and P136 responded (P45 was on another call) and while enroute were advised that additional calls had come in reporting the driver of the box truck involved was trapped. The assignment was upgraded to a heavy rescue due to a truck being involved, which brought additional units from Mt. Airy, West Friendship, and HCDFRS Special Operations. RE4 arrived to find a three vehicle accident involving a box truck on I-70 a half mile east of Woodbine Rd. CF4A arrived and assumed command of the incident and confirmed that there were multiple patients and an active fuel leak from the box truck. One pediatric patient was inconvenienced in their vehicle, so the crew from RE4 used the extrication tools to remove them. After further evaluation, aviation was requested to transport the pediatric patient. P45 was requested after clearing their earlier call to transport an additional patient to an area hospital. Several others were evaluated, but refused EMS care. Fire department turned the scene over to MSP and cleared just before 5:30 pm.

Units: RE4 CF4A P45
 
Mutual Aid: A106 A136 BC2 CP18 CRES1 E101 E131 E31 EMS2 SAFETY1 SOBC10 TPR3 TRNS10 TRNS12 TWR10
 

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