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By Union Firemen
April 21, 2017

Rescue Box 2102

At 2116 hours, the Union Fire Company No. 1 and Medic 94 (SCCEMS) were alerted for a Motor Vehicle Collision with reported entrapment in the 100 block of Jackson School Road in Lower Oxford Township. Reports stated one vehicle into a tree with one subject trapped inside.

Ambulance 21-2 and Ambulance 21-3 were the first to arrive, confirming the report of one subject heavily trapped.

Assistant 21 (Meadowcroft) arrived and established the "Jackson School Command" and requested a helicopter to fly.

Rescue 21 (Lt. Kinsey) arrived and the crew immediately stabilized the car and began extrication operations.

Engine 21-1 (Capt. Kelley) arrived and the crew assisted with the extrication while the driver established a Landing Zone in the nearby field. The Landing Zone was never utilized as the helicopter aborted the flight due to poor visibility.

Engine 21-4 and Squad 21 arrived and also assisted with the rescue.

All crews worked for over 30 minutes removing all four doors, the roof, and pushing the dash to removed the subject from the car.

Once extrication was completed, the Patient was then transported to the Christiana Hospital in Delaware by Ambulance 21-2 and Medic 94-1.

All units were clear of the incident at 2237 hours.

Units: Ambulance 21-2, Ambulance 21-3, Assistant 21, Engine 21-1, Engine 21-4, Rescue 21, Squad 21, and the Fire Police
 
Mutual Aid: Medic 94-1, Medic 94-2, and the Pennsylvania State Police
 
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Comment Comment 1 Comment(s)

Laura hammond April 26, 2017 at 11:29 AM
Thank you all so much this is my daughter she was very lucky I'm so grateful and blessed u are all wonderful she's cut up but only broke her little finger thank you



Dispatch
  • 02/24/2018: 02/24/18 13:36 F-ACCIDENT-ENTRAPMENT -1
  • 02/23/2018: 02/23/18 21:38 F-ACCIDENT-BLS 2108 UPROXF
  • 02/23/2018: 02/23/18 12:48 F-FIRE-ASSIST THE AMBULANCE 2171 OXFRD
  • 02/23/2018: 02/23/18 10:58 F-MEDICAL-CARDIAC/RESP ARREST 2152 LWROXF
  • 02/23/2018: 02/23/18 05:33 F-ALARM-FIRE 2163 WNOTT
  • 02/23/2018: 02/23/18 03:41 F-FIRE-FIRE POLICE REQUEST 2113 WNOTT
  • 02/21/2018: 02/21/18 23:58 F-MEDICAL-CARDIAC/RESP ARREST 2103 ENOTT
  • 02/21/2018: 02/21/18 20:27 F-MEDICAL-CARDIAC/RESP ARREST 2151 OXFRD
  • 02/21/2018: 02/21/18 15:26 F-FIRE-OUT BUILDING/SHED 8900 COLRN
  • 02/21/2018: 02/21/18 07:41 F-ALARM-FIRE 2100 OXFRD

2018 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 59 235
Feb
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Total 59 235

2018 Jobs
Working Fires 4
Pins 2

Municipality Responses
Oxford Borough 94
East Nottingham 50
West Nottingham 40
Upper Oxford 33
Lower Oxford 33
Elk 10
Colerain (EMS) 3
Mutual Aid 31
Total 294

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2017 608 2322
2016 581 2256
2015 621 2415
2014 632 2144
2013 596 2137
2012 541 2187
2011 572 2240
2010 571 2061
2009 544 1898
2008 601 2059
2007 604 1920
2006 638 1818
2005 635 1832

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