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Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company Responds To Second Serious Vehicle Collision Within 24 Hours

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Around 1:30am (on April 23rd) Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company (HVFC) was alerted to respond mutual aid into Baltimore County to the 15700 block of Hanover Pike for a vehicle collision with entrapment.

Units arrived and found a vehicle underneath the back of a tractor trailer with one person trapped. Truck 2 and Paramedic 28 assisted with extricating and treating the patient.

https://www.hampsteadvfd.org/news/579/HVFC-Responds-To-Second-Serious-Vehicle-Collision-Within-24-Hours

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Here is the area of the incident: “15700 block of Hanover Pike”

Original reporting with photos:

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Reported yesterday: Just after 8am on April 22nd Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company (HVFC) was alerted for a vehicle collision in the area of the Hampstead Bypass south traffic circle. The call was upgraded by Carroll County fire dispatch to a vehicle collision with entrapment while units were enroute.

Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company Responds to Serious Vehicle Collision on the Hampstead Bypass


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