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Friday, March 1, 2019

Firefighters, EMS Rescue Injured Logger From Woods Near Roulette Thursday

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(Text Message) As of 2/28/19 10:35:27 2019-00006364 TRAUMATIC INJURIES - POSSIBLE DANGEROUS BODY AREA KIM HILL RD, ROULETTE TWP PA - Station 46 was dispatched Thursday morning for a land rescue. Reportedly 1 logger back in the woods off of Kim Hill Road near Card Creek Road. 

Squad 46 (OIC Capt. 46 - R. Pelchy) made the response within minutes with a crew of 5. Ambulance 46-6 (OIC Lt. 46-70 D. Reilly) also made the response with Roulette PD as well. 

The squad traveled down Kim Hill to the Card Creek Intersection with nothing found. It was decided to have the ambulance stage at the intersection while the squad continued up Card Creek Rd to see if they could locate any signs of the scene. Chief 46 made the response and notified Tioga that there was active cutting near Allard Hollow off of Card Creek. 

The squad crew located the partner of the injured logger who explained where the incident occurred and where the injured logger was located. With this information, Capt 46 requested Patrol 46-4 OIC (Capt 46-90 R. Curfman), Patrol 46-14 (OIC C-4620 B. Tucker) to the scene, and a medical helicopter be placed on stand-by. 

Chief 46 arrived on scene and established Roulette Command. 

Both Patrol Units arrived on scene and took manpower, medical/rescue equipment, and Medic 7 back into the woods. Once the patient was located and assessed, it was determined that the medical helicopter was not needed. The patient was loaded and extricated from the woods in less than an hour from the time of dispatch. Ambulance 46-6 transported the patient to Cole, and all other 46 units went RTA.

C-46
J. Fillhart

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