Kingsville VFC Vehicles Damaged After I-95 Crash

-photo courtesy of Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company-

It was reported by the Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company that two of its vehicles were struck during an medical emergency on I-95.

According to reports, crews responded Friday around 9 p.m. on I-95 South at Mile Marker 68 (White Marsh).

Shortly after arriving on scene, the engine and squad were both struck by a vehicle causing significant damage to both pieces.

The crash resulted in two patients trapped in the other vehicles. Crews removed the two patients with the assistance of surrounding companies. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

Eight members of Kingsville were transported to Shock Trauma with minor injuries. All have since been released and are doing well

“We as members of Kingsville, while disappointed with the damage that has occurred to our equipment, are extremely grateful that no lives were lost and everyone is home safe. This could’ve very easily ended so much worse. We are grateful that our apparatus did its “job” and protected our members from further injuries,” said a statement from Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company

“We urge everyone to SLOW DOWN and MOVE OVER when you see emergency apparatus on the roadway. We as a company would also like to thank countless number of people and companies for their support over the past couple days including, but not limited to the following-Fallston Volunteer Fire and Ambulance Co., Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Rescue & Marine, Baltimore County Volunteer Firefighters Association, Baltimore County Fire Department, Joppa Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company, White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company, Abingdon Fire Company”

Benjamin Joseph

Benjamin Joesph has covered news in Eastern Baltimore County since 2006. He started as a reporter with the original East County Times in 2006. He started East Baltco News and later in 2022.