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MVA with Overturn and Entrapment in Rush

By BOB FAUGH, Correspondent | May 19, 2020 | NEW YORK

Story No. 052020100

Honeoye Falls, NY - At 7:57 P.M. on May 19th, Rush Fire, Rescue & Ambulance along with HF Mendon ALS ambulance were dispatched to the Honeoye Falls Number 6 Rd. and Works Rd. for an MVA involving a vehicle smoking with people trapped. Rush Asst. Chief 5C28 Sean Brown was on location at 8:02 P.M. confirming a person trapped with no fire. Rescue 588 and Ambulance 589 crews extricated the patient from the vehicle on its side at 8:13 P.M. Pumper 583's crew stood by with a charged line. Pumper 584 blocked the road using its flood lights and Rescue 588 used their light tower to light up the scene. Pumper 582's crew stood by. A total of 22 Rush firefighters, EMTs and officers responded. There were three patients with non-life-threatening injuries; two were transported by Rush and Honeoye Falls-Mendon ALS, and one refused transport. Monroe Co. sheriffs are investigating.

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