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PICTURES FROM CALLS

2006

This page features photos taken on calls with Marlboro Rescue during 2006.  We rarely have personnel available to take pictures on calls, which is why there is such a small collection here.  Pictures are provided for educational purposes only.  Although there were injuries and deaths associated with some of the incidents depicted here, extreme discretion is used in deciding which photos to place on this site.  These pictures are only a small example of the severity and number of calls that MCR responds to on a daily basis.


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Thursday December 21, 2006.  An Head-On MVA involving a Honda Accord and an 18 Wheeler.  The driver of the Honda was killed on impact, while the truck driver somehow escaped injury.  The accident happened at around 0500, and when Medic 2 arrived on scene both vehicles were engulfed in flames. 

 


 

Thursday October 26 2006.  MVA Rollover with entrapment on East Main Street in Bennettsville.  The driver of the vehicle escaped injury while the female passenger was stabilized by crews from Medic 1 and Medic 3 and transported to Marlboro County Airport for transfer to Carolina LifeCare.

 


 

Monday October 23 2006.  A log truck that made a detour through some woods.  The driver escaped with minor injuries.

 


 

Saturday October 21 2006.  Medic 2 and Medic 3 responded to an auto accident on Brushy Bay Highway where they found one patient partially ejected from her vehicle.  Upon arrival the patient was stabilized, RSI performed, and Carolina LifeCare was called.  The pictures below are of the crews transferring the patient to the care of Carolina Lifecare.  The patient was transported to Palmetto Richland Hospital in Columbia where she died two days later.

 


 

August 2006.  Medic 2, Medic 1, MCR Crash Truck 115, and Wallace Rescue respond to an 18 wheeler overturned into a creek on Old Wire Road in Wallace.  The driver was transported with moderate injuries to Chesterfield General Hospital by Medic 2.

 


 

August 2006.  A small fire at BTU Rest Home forced the evacuation of the facility.  Medic 1, Medic 2, and Medic 4 were on hand to help the residents that may need medical attention.  Luckily there were no injuries.

 


 

June 2006.  At 7:45 am on June 14, (as Tropical Storm Alberto was passing through), Medic 2 and Medic 4 responded to an MVA with entrapment on Hwy 15-401 about a mile past the Landmark Restaurant.  Medic 4 arrived first to find the patient with multiple injuries requiring extrication (which was performed by Bennettsville FD volunteers).  The patient was then transported by Medic 2 to Scotland ER for further treatment.  Medic 1 was on another MVA at this same time on Hwy 9 E.

 


 

May 2006.  Medic 1, Medic 3, MCR Equipment Truck 115, and Wallace Rescue respond to an MVA at the intersection of Hickory Grove Road and Hwy. 79.  Medic 3 was the first unit on the scene and found that The tractor driver had been killed on impact, while the driver of the Tractor-Trailer was trapped in the cab of his truck.  The driver was extricated and then transported to Marlboro County Airport to meet Carolina Lifecare.  He was then flown to McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence.

 


 

May 2006.  Medic 1 responded to a Two-Car MVA on Hwy 38 North at Oakwood Street.  One patient was transported to Marlboro Park Hospital with minor injuries.

 


 

May 2006.  Medic 1 responded to a Two-Car MVA on Third Avenue in Bennettsville resulting in an overturned SUV with entrapment that required a simple door pop.  The driver was transported to Marlboro Park Hospital for observation.

 


 

April 2006.  Medic 1, Medic 2, and Medic 4 respond to Highway 38 North and Highway 79 for an overturned vehicle with entrapment.  Already in the area, Medic 2 arrived on scene within minutes to find two patients entrapped in the vehicle.  MCR's equipment truck responded and provided the tools for extrication, which was performed by MCR Paramedics and Brightsville Fire Department volunteers.  Both patients were transported to Marlboro Park Hospital with various injuries.

 


 

March 2006.  Medic 1 at an LZ scene in Blenheim with Carolina Lifecare.  The patient had second degree burns with airway compromise, and was being transferred to Lifecare for transport to the Augusta Burn Center.

 


 

March 2006.  Medic 1 and Medic 4 on the scene of an MVA at the intersection of Cheraw Street and Hamlet Highway.  Several patients with minor injuries were transported to Marlboro Park Hospital.

 


 

March 2006.  Moments after leaving the scene of the log truck below, MCR units were dispatched to an overturned vehicle at the intersection of Hamlet Highway and Winston Street.  One vehicle was overturned with the driver already out.  Medic 3 was the unit the handled the call, taking the patient to Marlboro Park Hospital as a precaution.

 


 

March 2006.  Medic 1, Medic 3, Basic 5, and MCR's Equipment Truck respond to an overturned log truck with entrapment.  The truck was on it's side in a ditch, and the driver was pinned in by logs that had come through the cab.  Extrication was performed by MCR personnel and McColl Fire Department volunteers.  The patient was then transported to Marlboro Park Hospital with several injuries.

 


 

March 2006.  Medic 2, Medic 4, and MCR's equipment truck respond to an MVA overturned at the intersection of Academy Road and Highway 381 outside of McColl.  Three patients were transported to Scotland Memorial Hospital in Laurinburg.

 


 

February 2006.  Medic 1 and Medic 4 respond to an MVA at the intersection of  Hwy 15-401 and Industrial Road.  One patient was transported to Marlboro Park Hospital.

 


 

New Year's Day 2006.  Medic 1, Medic 2, and Rescue 1 respond to a Head-On MVA on Hwy 15-401 about 3 miles east of Bennettsville involving a van and a tractor-trailer.  The driver of the van was ejected from the vehicle and was critically injured.  Medic 1's crew performed R.S.I. on the patient, and went directly to the Marlboro County Airport to meet Carolina LifeCare's Air Ambulance.  The patient was then flown directly to Richland Memorial Hospital in Columbia, the nearest Level 1 Trauma Center.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Year's Day 2006.  Medic 1, Medic 2, and Rescue 1 respond to a Head-On MVA on Hwy 15-401 about 3 miles east of Bennettsville involving a van and a tractor-trailer.  The driver of the van was ejected from the vehicle and was critically injured.  Medic 1's crew performed R.S.I. on the patient, and went directly to the Marlboro County Airport to meet Carolina LifeCare's Air Ambulance.  The patient was then flown directly to Richland Memorial Hospital in Columbia, the nearest Level 1 Trauma Center.

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