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Jacksonville's ambulance transported the patient that was extricated from the scene to the landing site set up by Long Green's engine. The MD State Police Medevac chopper arrived shortly and flew the patient away.

Jacksonville Units: IV475

Jacksonville's Engine 473 and IV 475 were first to arrive on a rescue on Paper Mill Rd. Command was established and reported one vehicle into a tree with the driver heavily trapped. The patient was extricated approximately one hour after units arrived. MD State Police Trooper 1 transported to Shock Trauma.

Jacksonville Units: E473, IV475

Earlier in the year, the Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company was approached by a local business, Bradley' Wine & Spirits, about the idea of hosting a wine tasting event. The company decided it would be a great idea and fundraiser. Over 100 tickets were sold with many more sold at the door. Guests had a wonderful time. Look for similar events in coming years.

Jacksonville's Volunteers got together on this cold Wednesday night to do some training. Using a donated truck, we smashed in the doors and then practiced using our rescue tools, including our cutters, spreaders, and new combi-tool to cut off the doors and roof.

A female patient injured her neck and back when she fell off of her horse. Crews from Jacksonville and Long Green immobilized her. The Maryland State Police Trooper arrived and flew her to the hospital from the scene.

Jacksonville Units: E473, IV475

Jacksonville's ambulance responded along with Long Green's engine for a one-car accident on Dulaney Valley Rd. near the Fish & Game Center. One patient, the driver, was injured. He was immobilized and transported to the hospital by 475.

Jacksonville Units: IV475

An engine from Jacksonville arrived to find one vehicle that had crashed into the pool store on Jarrettsville Pike. There was only one person in the car, the driver, and he was uninjured. It is believed he fell asleep behind the wheel.

Jacksonville Units: E471

Volunteers from Jacksonville and Long Green got together at Station 38 on this rainy afternoon to practice extinguishing auto fires. Multiple vehicles that were donated to us were set on fire for firefighters to train with. It was a very educational day.

This year's installation event was our fiftieth year since the company was founded in 1953. We had a new anniversdary patch made. Many members and other guests attended the banquet. The administrative, fire, and EMS officers were sworn in.

An engine and tanker support unit from Jacksonville were requested by Harford County early Wednesday morning for a working dwelling fire. Command requested a second alarm while units from 47 were en route.

Jacksonville Units: E473, TSU474

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