reisterstown

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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Sunday Night Head on Collision at RT 30 & Kemp Rd

Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company Truck 313 was alerted today, Sunday the 7th at 8:30 PM for the report of a head on collision with patient entrapment on RT 30 & Kemp Rd in Reisterstown.

OMVFCo Truck 313 arrived with units from all over Baltimore County, including Reisterstown and Glyndon for patient care and scene stabilization. One patient was transported. 

Photos courtesy of OMVFCo Members Colemon Hill & Jamard Bentley

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.

2018 Reisterstown Festival Parade

Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company attended the 2018 Reisterstown Festival Parade on Saturday, September 8th, with Engine 312 and Truck 313. The parade began at 9:00am on Main Street in Reisterstown.

Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford along with many antique and sports cars were in attendance. OMVFCo was joined by volunteer fire companies from Glyndon, Reisterstown, and Upperco.

Due to expected heavy rain & possible flooding, the remaining Reisterstown Festival activities were cancelled for today, Sunday, the 9th.

Reisterstown Dwelling Fire

Around 2045 hours on February 10, 2017, stations in the northwest corridor were alerted for a dwelling fire on Austin road in Reisterstown. This call brought units from Franklin (station 56), Reisterstown VFC (station 41) and Owings mills VFC (station 31). First arriving units found smoke showing and an active kitchen fire. Engine 312 and Truck 313 (both from OMVFCO) assumed duties of ventilation and laddering the dwelling. The fire was quickly extinguished and units operated approximately 45 minutes before returning to service.