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Friday Night Pedestrian Struck with Flyout - Police Looking for Information

Owings Mills Volunteers were alerted on Friday, June 7, 2019, at 11:10 PM, for a pedestrian struck by two vehicles on Reisterstown Rd near Doll Ave.

Our volunteers arrived on scene to find a patient who had been hit by one vehicle, and then run over by another. The second vehicle continued and left the scene.

Units from all over Baltimore County, including Pikesville and Garrison, were on scene to assist with moving the patient into emergency medical helicopter transport, Trooper 1.

The patient was flown to a local trauma hospital, where they were immediately taken into surgery.

UPDATE 6/9/2019: WBAL is now reporting that the pedestrian, a 21 year old male, later died at Shock Trauma.

If you have any information on this incident, please call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020.

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Wednesday Afternoon Motor Vehicle Collision

Just after 1:30 PM, today, Wednesday the 5th, Owings Mills Volunteers were alerted to a motor vehicle collision on Owings Mills Blvd & 795.

Owings Mills Engine 312 arrived to find a pickup truck struck by a delivery vehicle while changing a tire off of the roadway. Medic 18 from Randallstown and Medic 325 from Pikesville transported three patients from the scene to area hospitals.

Vent Fan Fire on Lower Gate Court

Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company responded to the report of a second floor bathroom fire on Lower Gate Ct in Owings Mills shortly before 6:00 PM tonight.

Truck 313 and Engine 312 arrived and entered the townhouse, which was filled with smoke. Engine 19 from Garrison joined us on scene. Our members quickly located the source of the fire, which was a bathroom ventilation fan. The vent fan was extinguished and removed from the ceiling.

Units checked for fire extension in the attic, and came back negative. The area was ventilated via portable fans to remove any remaining smoke.

High Winds Bring High Call Volume to Station 31

The last 24 hours have been extremely busy for all units in Baltimore County.  And the volunteers at OMVFCo have experienced a high amount of emergency calls.  Crews from station 31 have responded to approximately 20 calls since the wind storm began, most of which have been weather related.  These have included several reports of downed trees and electrical wires.  Below are photos from some of these incidents.