Mastic Puts Tools in Ops to Extricate MVA Victim
Photo by John Walthers- Suffolk Fire PhotosMastic Firefighters and Mastic Ambulance Personnel operate at a vehicle crash with Entrapment.
Photo by John Walthers- Suffolk Fire PhotosFirefighters work to remove a passenger from an SUV after an MVA
Photo by John Walthers- Suffolk Fire PhotosHeavy damage can be seen to one of the vehicles.
Photo by John Walthers- Suffolk Fire PhotosAn EMS member brings 2 small dogs to safety after a 2 vehicle crash in Mastic.
Photo by John Walthers- Suffolk Fire PhotosMastic FD Capt Rudy sunderman after extrication complete
Photo by John Walthers- Suffolk Fire Photos
MASTIC, NY - On January 15th at about 3:56 P.M., the Mastic Fire Department and Mastic Ambulance Company were activated for an MVA on Neptune Ave., near Edgewood St. Chief of Department Gene Martucci advised Fire-Com that he was en route, and Fire-Com advised that there were reports of two people trapped.
Engines 5-12-4 and 5-12-1, and Rescue 5-12-10 responded in to the scene. On arrival, the chief advised incoming units that they were going to need to put the tools in operation to pop the passenger side door, as the passenger was still in the SUV. Crews went to work and quickly extricated the passenger. The drivers were both able to self-extricate.
Mutual aid was provided by Mastic Beach Ambulance. Three people were transported to a local hospital for treatment of injuries. Two dogs were also in one of the vehicles and removed. It is unknown who they were turned over to at this time.
All FD units were back in service by approximately 4:40 P.M.