Archive for Run Information

Water rescue M/A with MVFD

CH411, R415, G412, BOAT416 were dispatched at 7:33pm on Saturday evening to Dike Road in Mount Vernon on the report of several persons hung up in the river. This was a mutual-aid run with the Mount Vernon Fire Department.

FCFD personnel assisted with several members in water rescue suits in the water, along with shore crews to work a coordinated rescue with the MVFD.

The FCFD had 14 personnel respond to this call, maintaining another crew on station to cover other additional runs in our district.

Ohio 13 MVC injures two, closes highway on Monday morning

CH411, R415, E413, G412, G414 were dispatched the area of Ohio 13 just south of the bypass at 7:37am Monday morning on the report of a motor vehicle crash.

Upon arrival to the scene, two vehicles were found off the roadway, one with moderate damage and the other heavy damage; both with persons trapped inside. Due to the number of vehicles and damage, a rescue was requested from the Mount Vernon Fire Department, who responded E491 and CAPT491 to the scene.

Medflight was dispatched to the scene for the patient within one of the vehicles.

Crews from FCFD began working on the car with the heavier damage to provide a means of extrication for EMS of their patient. Crews from MVFD worked on the other car, and then came over to assist.

The roadway was shut down due to the number of vehicles on scene and to allow law enforcement time to conduct their investigation. The scene was turned over to the Mount Gilead Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

All FCFD units were back in quarters by 9:01am. The FCFD had seven personnel respond to this call.

 

FCFD Responds to Knox Lake Road MVA on Tuesday

R415, E413, G412, G414 were dispatched at 1:46pm on Tuesday afternoon to the 17000 block of Knox Lake Road on the report of a single vehicle MVC with injuries.

Upon arrival to the scene a single vehicle with heavy damage was found against a tree with a patient trapped inside. Due to the extent of injuries a medical helicopter was requested to the scene. Upon arrival of R415 and incoming companies, the vehicle was stabilized and the patient extricated in a coordinated effort using hydraulic and battery operated tools. 

MedFlight transported the patient to a Columbus area hospital.

Crews kept the roadway closed while the Ohio State Highway Patrol conducted their investigation and vehicle could be removed.

The FCFD had a total of 14 personnel respond to this call. All FCFD units were back in quarters by 3:32pm.

FCFD responds to Stadium Drive to assist Fredericktown P.D.

CH411, ATV411, G414 were dispatched at 7:00am Wednesday morning to the area of Stadium Drive in Fredericktown at the request of the Fredericktown Police Department. Crews responded to the area in order to assist law enforcement in searching for a female that sounded like she was screaming in distress. Crews along with other agencies searched the area thoroughly with nothing found.

The FCFD had seven personnel that responded to the call. All FCFD units were back in quarters at 7:47am.

CH411 and E419 respond to Ash Street M/A Structure Fire

CH411 and E419 were dispatched at 2:50pm Tuesday afternoon to Ash Street in Mount Vernon on the report of a multi-family residential structure fire. This was a mutual-aid request from lead agency, Mount Vernon Fire Department.

The crew from the FCFD worked interior to locate an additional access to the second floor and search for extension before being pulled to an on-deck position.

All FCFD units were back in quarters by 4:35pm.

R415 responds to Greenwood Ave for M/A with MVFD

CH411, R415 were dispatched at 9:36pm on Monday evening to Greenwood Avenue in Mount Vernon on the report of a single family residential structure fire. This was a mutual-aid request from the Mount Vernon Fire Department.

R415 responded with a full crew and assisted with ventilation and duties as needed.

The FCFD had a total of 14 personnel respond to the call.

E419 Dispatched M/A with MVFD to Vernedale Drive

CH411 and E419 were dispatched at 9:19pm on Thursday night to Vernedale Drive in Mount Vernon on the report of a grill on fire inside a garage. This was a mutual-aid request from the Mount Vernon Fire Department.
 
E419 responded to the scene with a crew of four. The engine was canceled by the MVFD while en-route to the scene.
 
The FCFD had a total of 11 firefighters respond to this call.

FCFD responds M/A to Shirley Avenue in Mount Vernon

CH411 and E419 were dispatched at 4:34am on Wednesday to Shirley Avenue in Mount Vernon on the report of a single family residential structure fire. This was a mutual-aid request from the Mount Vernon Fire Department.
 
E419 responded to the scene with a crew of six. The crew of E419 assisted with overhaul and suppression.
 
All FCFD units were back in quarters by 6:12am. The FCFD had a total of nine firefighters respond to this call.

Single Vehicle MVC in 17000 Block of Old Mansfield Road

IMG_2786CH411, R415, G412, G414 were dispatched at 1:17pm on Wednesday to the 17000 block of Old Mansfield Road on the report of a single vehicle crash with a male trapped underneath the vehicle. Due to the nature of the call, EMS requested the first available medical helicopter to respond to the scene.

Upon arrival to the scene, crews found a full-size pickup truck on its side in a field west of the roadway. The patient had self-extricated from under the truck. C411 and the crew of R415 assisted in patient care and an additional helicopter was requested to the scene for a second patient. Other incoming FCFD crews assisted with landing zone setup in the field nearby, and assisted with patient care/transport to the helicopters. A medic from the Mount Vernon Fire Department was requested to transport a third patient.

All FCFD crews were back in quarters by 2:57pm. A total of 8 FCFD personnel responded to the scene

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Wooster Road MVC involves tractor

CH411, R415, E413, G412, G414, were dispatched at 5:46pm to the 16000 block of Wooster Road (Ohio 3) on the report of a two vehicle crash involving a tractor. SQ451 and R451 from College Township were dispatched automatic-aid for this run to Pike Township.

No extrication was required. Crews worked to contain diesel and transmission fluid and remained on scene for a significant period of time for cleanup.

The FCFD had 13 firefighters and two cadets respond to the call. All crews were back in quarters by 8:54pm.