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No Caption Local Box 1-1 “Gas Leak @ DGH”

Firefighter Kevin Carr, July 19

At 1824hrs (6:24pm) Dorchester Central dispatched units for an odor of gas in a structure at 300 Byrn St (Dorchester General Hospital). Units arrived on location with a strange odor at the waterside clinic nurses station. After an extensive investigation with multiple gas meters on multiple floors it was determined not to be gas but a problem with the pneumatic tube system. The system was placed out ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rescue Box 1-4

Firefighter Kevin Carr, July 10

At 1746hrs (5:46pm) Dorchester Central dispatched units for the (MVC Rt50 East/Moose Lodge Rd). Rescue 1-1 arrived on location with 2 vehicles involved in a head-on type collision. Rescue 1-1 officer (Chief Engineer 1Martin Pepper) established command and with no entrapment the crew assisted with patient care. Rescue Engine 1-1 arrived on location to assisted with blocking, patient care and debris ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter Kevin Carr, July 10

At 1205hrs (12:05pm) Dorchester Central dispatched units for the MVC at 3001 Ocean Gateway (In front of GLEN RUARKS). Acting Chief 1-2 (Captain Rob Travers) arrived on location with 1 vehicle off the roadway and established command. DCEMS PM600 (Hurlock) handled patient care with 1 patient refusal. Rescue 1-1 assisted with patient care and debris clean up with the situation under control command was ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Engine 1-2 “Salvage Corps” Training

Firefighter Kevin Carr, July 08

The Crew of Engine 1-2 took advantage of the weather today to do some Hurst Rescue training with a car donated by one of the members. (From Left to Right James "Little Pops" Cannon, Denny Proffitt, Arnold "Reggie" Barrow, Brandon "Blister" Stacey, Cody Downs, Steve Stack, Greg Foxwell, and Gage Weber) Not shown are Lt Matt Lewis and Lt Tyler White (Pictures provided by Lt Tyler White)... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Multiple Calls in the 1-1 Box

Firefighter Kevin Carr, July 08

At 1600hrs (4:00pm) Dorchester Central dispatched units (Rescue 1-1, Engine 1-3, PM100 & PM101) for an MVC (2 cars involved with 1 injured). 4 minutes later Central dispatched units (Engine 1-2, PM500 (Madison) and Talbot PM93 (Trappe) for A Cardiac Arrest. The volunteers split crews to handle both incidents with Engine 1-3 & PM101 diverting from the MVC to handle the arrest along with PM500 (Madison). ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rescue Box 1-1

Firefighter Kevin Carr, July 01

At 1105hrs (11:05AM) Dorchester Central dispatched Station 1 & 100 units for an MVC (motor vehicle collision) with rollover. Units arrived on location to find A 2 vehicle MVC with one on it's side and confirmed entrapment of 1 patient. Crews assisted PM100 with packaging and loading of one patient for transport to DGH. Rescue 1-1 stabilized the vehicle on it's side using Hurst struts and a tieback ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Box Alarm 1-8 “Working Structure Fire”

Firefighter Kevin Carr, July 01

At 0035hrs (1235 AM) Dorchester Central dispatched units for a "Working Structure Fire". Units arrived on location to find fire through the roof and requested a 2nd alarm assignment (adding additional units/firefighters to the call). The fire was knocked (extinguished) using multiple attack lines (hoses) from the first arriving engine (Engine 1-3) approx. 900' of 5" supply line (hose) and at least ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Dorchester Water Shuttle Drill"

Firefighter Kevin Carr, June 30

The Dorchester County Volunteer Fireman's Association hosted a "Water Shuttle Drill" this morning with 10 companies sending 4members & equipment. The volunteers came together to practice and learn techniques for moving big water in the non-hydrant environment. This drill gave the volunteers the opportunity to set up a fire scene and witness the challenges in moving big water in this rural setting ... (Full Story & Photos)

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