MVA with Tech Rescue in Kingston
By JOHN SJOSTEDT III, Senior Correspondent | January 06, 2020 | MASSACHUSETTS
Story No. 010620128
Photo by John SjostedtFirefighters found a vehicle over an embankment.
Photo by John SjostedtFirefighters used a stokes basket to bring the patient to a waiting ambulance.
Photo by John SjostedtKingston Firefighter Chris Ebert sets up a rope system to haul the stokes basket up the embankment.
Photo by John SjostedtFirefighters bring a patient up an embankment from an MVA.
Photo by John Sjostedt1 patient was transported by ground to South Shore Hospital.
Kingston, MA - Firefighters responded to an MVA on January 6th at 120 Main St. On arrival, firefighters found a vehicle down an embankment approximately 30-feet. The vehicle went off the road and struck a tree before landing down the embankment. One patient was trapped in the vehicle. Firefighters extricated the patient and used a stokes basket to move the patient to the ambulance. One patient was transported by ground to South Shore Hospital.
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