LIFENET 7-7 AT HMAC LZ
Station 8 EMS was dispatched for a patient that was enroute to the station with a neck injury. EMS Chief
8-60 (Rostell) had placed a helicopter on standby. Once the patient arrived, C8-60 requested the helicopter to land at HMAC
LZ. Station 8 Fire was dispatched at 1737 hours to set up a landing zone for LifeNet 7-7. Engine 8-3 responded with a crew
of 5. The LZ was set up and the engine crew assisted with loading the patient into LifeNet 7-7. All units cleared at 1808hours.
LINDLEY MVC IN THE WOODS
Station 8 was dispatched to assist Lindley Fire Department at a MVC with the vehicle off the roadway on
Jackson Road in Lindley, NY. Engine 8-2 and Ambulance 8-6 responded. Enroute it was reported that the vehicle was well off
the roadway and Gang Mills FD was being dispatched for their RTV. E8-2 arrived and took the stokes basket, rope, and medical
supplies and reported to the staging area. The crew and equipment was then transported up a trail into a wooded area behind
the residence. The patient had operated a vehicle into that area and went off the trail and a short was down an embankment.
Crews from Lawrenceville, Lindley, Rural Metro, & NYSP loaded the patient and carried him out of the woods to meet with
the Gang Mills RTV which transported to the ambulance. 8's units returned at 1851 hours.
TRANSFER E8-3 TO STATION 12
Engine 8-3 was toned out tonight to standby at Station 12 (Millerton) while they were out at a working fire
on the Ameigh Valley Road in Wells Township.Engine 8-3 (Capt 8-10) with a crew of 5 responded. E8-3 stoodby until returning
at 2042 hours.
GARBAGE CAN FIRE ON MAIN STREET
Station 8 was dispatched early this am for a rubbish fire at 64 Main Street - Prestons Market. Captain
8-10 (Hackett) arrived and reported a fire in a garbage can. Engine 8-3 (Capt 8) and Chief 8 responded. Units put portable
extinguishers in sevice and put out the blaze.
2 VEHICLE CRASH ON BLISS ROAD
Station 8 was alerted today to a 2 vehicle crash involving a Penndot vehicle on the Bliss Road in Lawrence
Township. Engine 8-2, Squad 8-18 (C8), Amb 8-6, Amb 8-7, Chief 8-20, and Chief 8-10 all responded. Upon arrival of C8-10,
it was reported as 2 vehicles with the roadway partially blocked. The crash scene was located within a construction area as
road crews were tar and chipping. Penndot assisted with traffic control as crews arrived and packaged patients. Stations 18
(Nelson) and 25 (Valley) were dispatched by 911 due to a mixed locations on the incident. A total of 3 patients were transported
and fire crews awaited on scene to assist PSP and the towing services. Units cleared the scene at 1620 hours.
HELO ASSIST AT SOUTH OVERLOOK LZ
Station 8 was dispatched to assist Guthrie Air late this evening at the South Overlook Landing Zone in Lawrence
Township. The patient was being transported from a crash scene on Route 49 in Nelson Township. Engine 8-3 and Squad 8-18 responded.
Crews arrived and setup the landing zone and assisted ems with loading. All units cleared 0024 hours
MOTORCYCLE CRASH ON BLISS ROAD
Stations 8, 18 (Nelson) were alerted for a motorcycle crash on the Bliss Road in Lawrence Township. Engine
8-2 (C810), Ambulance 8-6, Squad 8-18, Engine 8-3, and Chief 8 (Strange) responded. C8, E8-2, A8-6, and E18-3 arrived
and shut down the roadway and began patient care. E8-2 dropped off its crew and equipment and C810 repositioned the engine
east of the crash scene to setup a landing zone for Guthrie Air. Squad 8-18 arrived and assisted at the scene. E8-3 arrived
and setup with E8-2 at the landing zone. Crews assisted with loading patient and all units cleared at 1543 hours.
WATER RESCUE AT NELSON FALLS
Stations 8, 18 (Nelson), and 25 (Valley Ambulance) were dispatched to Cowanesque Lake in the area of Nelson
Falls for a water rescue. Squad 8-18 with Boat 8-28 and Engine 8-2 responded. E18-3 arrived and reported the indivdual out
of the water but still requested a response from B8-28 due to the patient being on the opposite shoreline. The crew from E8-2
worked on scene with units from 18 and 25. B8-28 was unable to navigate to the west end of the lake due to shallow water and
debris. The Argo (6-wheeled water/land RTV) was requested from Station 25 to be used at the inlet near the falls. All units
cleared the scene at 1847 hours.
ANOTHER SINGLE VEHICLE CRASH
Station 8 was dispatched this morning with Station 26 (Lindley) to a vehicle crash on the Church Creek Road
in Lindley, NY. Engine 8-2 (C8) with 3 responded. Lindley Engine 89 arrived and reported a single vehicle with one occupant,
self extricated. A request for Station 8 to be recalled was issued and E8-2 returned to quarters at 0715 hours.
SINGLE VEHICLE CRASH IN LINDLEY
Station 8 was dispatched with Station 26 (Lindley) to a single vehicle crash in Lindley, NY on Route 15
in the north bound lane. Engine 8-2 responded with a crew of 3. Chief 26-01 (Hill) arrived and reported a vehicle struck a
deer with no injuries. Station 8 was recalled and E8-2 returned to quarters.