Owings Mills Blvd

Two Monday Night Vehicle Collisions in Owings Mills

Owings Mills Volunteers had a busy night Monday September 30th and early morning on October 1st.

Just before 10PM on the 30th, as our volunteers were returning to the station from a call, they witnessed a two vehicle collision on Owings Mills Blvd.

Owings Mills Ambulance 315 quickly responded along with Truck 313. Two patients were transported to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries.


Our volunteers were alerted for a second vehicle collision at 6AM on Tuesday the 1st on Red Run Blvd.

A unit from Pulse Medical Transport was first on scene and quickly began rendering aid.

Owings Mills Truck 313 arrived to find that a driver, who was standing outside of a disabled vehicle, had been struck by a vehicle traveling on Red Run Blvd.

Medic 56 transported one patient to a trauma center, while 118 transported two other patients to a local area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Vehicle Rollover at Straw Hat Rd & Reisterstown Rd

Shortly after 10:30 PM last night, Thursday April 4th 2019, Owings Mills was alerted to a motor vehicle collision with unknown injuries at the intersection of Straw Hat Rd and Reisterstown Rd. Owings Mills Engine 312 and Ambulance 315 arrived to find a red hatchback on its roof.

After evaluating patients, OMVFCo was able to determine that there weren’t any injuries on scene requiring transport.

Three Vehicle Collision with Car Over Guard Rail

Shortly before 5:30 PM yesterday, the 13th, Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company responded to a three vehicle collision with reports of one car falling from a ledge.

Owings Mills Truck 313 arrived on scene to find the three cars involved. A black sedan had driven through a fence in a parking lot off of Boulevard Circle, and fallen off of a ledge. The vehicle landed on Owings Mills Boulevard where it struck two additional cars. The broken fence was located hanging in a tree nearby.

Five patients were transported to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. Medic 19, Medic 56, and Medic 505 assisted with patient care and transport.