Shortly after 930 this morning, Captain Johnson (91-40) was sitting in his living room when he heard mutiple bangs and screetching tires. Upon walking out his front door, he noticed a vehicle accident just up the street from his home. Captain Johnson responded over to the scene to find a three vehicle MVC with mutiple patients. Captain Johnson contacted Sussex EOC who related that they received mutiple calls on it and were getting ready to dispatch. At 0938, Sussex alerted Indian River Fire Co. (80), Mid Sussex, Medic 106, and Trooper 2 (DSP Avaition) for the MVC. As units marked up responding, Captain Johnson advised units of a three vehicle MVC with entrapment, and a total of five patients, three being priority 1, and a Level 1 MCI. Shortly after this, 80 Command (Asst. Chief Hubbs) arrived on location and assumed the incident command. Chief Hubbs confirmed the report and the level 1 MCI, and requested additional BLS units and an additional helicopter, bringing Lifenet 2, and additional BLS units from Mid Sussex, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach and Dagsboro. As units arrived, Command gave them assignments completing extrication, and assisting with patient care. One patient was transported to PRMC via Trooper 2, one was transported to Christiana via Lifenet, and the other three were transported to BMC via A-91, C-91, and C-86. Other remaining units held on the scene until released by Command. After being released, Ambulance 73 stoodby at Station 91 until our units cleared the hospital. Units responding 80 Fire Units, A-91, C-91, B-82, C-86, A-73, Medic 105, Medic 106, EMS 100, EMS 25, EMS 18, Hazmed 1, Trooper 2, Lifenet 2, DSP, Deldot, DSFP.
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