SUV Rollover with one trapped FC II Helmet Camera

BLOOMINGTON, MD -- On 12/16/2008 in
the afternoon hours, Allegany County
dispatched an MVC on Route 135 west of
Bloomington, MD on Backbone Mountain.
Engine Company 36(Bloomington VFD),
Squad 22 (Potomac Fire Company of
Westernport, MD), and EMS 50 (Tri-Towns
EMS) were dispatched on the call. While
en route to the scene dispatched
advised Squad 22 that Maryland State
Police were on the scene confirming that
one subject was trapped in the vehicle.
Squad 22 arrived on the scene to find a
single vehicle accident, a SUV on it's side
in a ditch. The driver was injured and still
trapped inside the vehicle. The squad
crew removed both passenger side
doors, the "B" Post, Cut the "A" Post,
used a Saws All to cut the windshield and
the roof to flap the roof back.
SUV Rollover w/One Trapped, Allegany County, MD 12.16.2008

The victim was removed, packaged, and transported to a local trauma center by the ambulance. The video
has a dash camera mounted in the front of Squad 22, a mounted camera in the walk in box to observe the
crew getting ready, and the new FCII Helmet Camera view of the extrication.

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Comment by Eric Derham on June 16, 2009 at 1:54pm
Thanks for the comment Justin!!!! We Appreciated it!!!
Comment by justin on December 23, 2008 at 12:20am
about the battery he cut the door wires thus for no worries and as you see the air bags were deploied, this was also a gmc blazer they have not made them hybrid that i know of. as i can tell yall did a wonderful extraction as far as i can tell and you can hear a capt. ask for step blocks. the victim was well coverd. well done guys stay safe
Comment by Eric Derham on December 22, 2008 at 11:17pm
Well I don't believe that task was ever done. With that situation, we would have probably wasted more time trying to get the hood up because of the positioning of the vehicle. The ditch was blocking the hood.
Comment by Jason Booth on December 22, 2008 at 10:09pm
just trying to point out small things to make everybody safer out there
Comment by Jason Booth on December 22, 2008 at 10:08pm
Comment by Eric Derham on December 22, 2008 at 8:34pm
The vehicle had step blocks on both sides and the tow truck operator hook up a change of direction from a tree and secured the vehicle from rolling over prior to our arrival. The vehicle was very stable in that case.
Comment by Jason Booth on December 22, 2008 at 7:34pm
nice video but i did not see anyone cut battery cables and sercure vehicle from rolling over either way (ex stabilazation jacks)
Comment by Aaron Robbins on December 22, 2008 at 12:17pm
nice vid

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