The President of Kentland, Don "Patch" Ackers is behind the wheel of Squad 33 as they arrive on scene of a huge multi vehicle accident on the Washington D.C. Beltway. Multiple victims spread across the road. 1st responders tend to their patients. They return to the Station, Then, a medical call comes in, Maine takes the Mini-Pumper, the find the patient is a pregnant women, they take her vitals. The Paramedics arrive on scene and take over while Maine goes to the next call. Maine has worked as a firefighter for nearly a year, every single day, he's a Kentland "Live-In." Next up, volunteer Peter Johnson, who wants to become a Police Officer for P.G. County, arrives on scene in Rescue 33 for a SUV that has rolled over and down an embankment. Next up, it's a structure fire call, we ride in the Chief's Buggy and follow Engine 33 to the call. This 24 ends arriving on scene of a structure fire, flames showing.
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Prince Georges County Fire/EMS strives to improve the quality of life in Prince George’s County by promoting safety, providing the highest quality of fire prevention, fire protection, emergency medical services, and community outreach programs. The Prince George’s County Fire/EMS Department responded to over 130,000 calls for service in 2014. www.PrinceGeorgesCountyMD.org
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