Sunday, September 4, 2011 4:41 PM
Robert Fulton volunteers along with EMS units from Community Fire Company of Rising Sun, Water Witch Fire Company, Providence Township Ambulance Assoc, and a SVEMS unit were dispatched for a crash involving two vehicles at the intersection of Little Britain Road South and Jubilee Road.
Rescue 5-13 (Lt. Schwerin W/6) responded and was advised by Lancaster County-Wide Communications of a vehicle accident with a total of three patients, one with severe bleeding.
Deputy 5-13 (R. Sample) arrived and confirmed three patients, all with minor injuries as well as two vehicles with heavy front end damage.
Upon the arrival of the rescue, its crew was instructed to assist with patient care, control the fluid leaks, and depower the vehicles. Engine 5-13-3 arrived and assisted the rescues crew.
The first two EMS units (Rising Sun and Water Witch) arrived on scene and took over patient care and requested the remaining two responding EMS units recall.
All units were clear of the scene at 5:30 PM
Monday, September 5, 2011 1:00 AM
The Robert Fulton Fire Company along with SVEMS Medic 7-7-9 were dispatched to a vehicle accident involving a car and a horse and carriage in the 2500 block of Noble Road in Little Britain Township.
Deputy 5-13 (R. Sample) responded and was advised by Lancaster County 911 that a horse and carriage was struck by a vehicle with one injury.
Deputy 5-13 arrived on scene moments later to find one female carriage occupant on the ground and injured and that the second vehicle involved in the crash had fled the scene.
Engine 5-13-3 (FF Barto W/5) arrived and was instructed to set up lighting and assist with patient care. Engine 5-13-5, (Lt. Stoltzfus W/4) while in route, was instructed to search the area for the horse that had fled the scene as well as the second vehicle that had fled.
Medic 7-7-9 arrived soon after and took over patient care.
Engine 5’s crew was able to find the horse approximately ¼ mile down the road from the scene with a minor injury to the rear leg. PSP also advised that they had learned the identity of the second vehicle and were responding to that location.
All units were clear of the scene at 1:52 AM.