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

Reisterstown Road Rescue

For the second time in the early hours of September 8th, and within an hour of returning to the station from a previous call, units from OMVFCo along with nearby fire stations, were alerted for a motor vehicle crash involving a single vehicle versus a pole.  Initial reports stated that a vehicle struck a pole, and that someone was trapped inside.

Truck 313 responded with several other units from Garrison, Pikesville, and Randallstown.  One patient was extricated and treated for injuries.


Just before 9pm on July 5th, Engine 312, Truck 313 and Medic 315 responded to a motor vehicle collision with entrapment at Reisterstown Road and Gwynnbrook Ave. Crews assisted patients out of the vehicles and provided medical care until additional medic units from Franklin Station and the Reisterstown VFCo arrived to transport the other injured parties to local hospitals. Reisterstown Road reopened after the police investigation. Photo courtesy of Ivan Opher.

Wednesday Evening Rescue on 795

Just before 7:30pm on Wednesday, May 11th, crews from Owings Mills and other surrounding stations were alerted for the report of a motor vehicle collision on Interstate 795 northbound between Owings Mills Blvd and Franklin Blvd.  Shortly after the initial dispatch, the call was upgraded to a rescue.

Truck 313 responded to find a single vehicle that had been traveling northbound, and left the roadway, striking the cable lane dividers.    Crews acted quickly to extricate the patient.  The patient was treated for non-life threatening injuries and transported to a local hospital for treatment.

Sunday Morning Car Crash Sends 3 to the Hospital

At 1:55 am on Sunday, April 24th, crews from Owings Mills were alerted for a motor vehicle collision with rescue at the intersection of Groff Lane and Owings Mills Blvd. When crews arrived on scene, they quickly discovered two badly damaged cars. Two patients were trapped in a silver chevy and after a few minutes, the patients were out of the car and in the ambulance. Three patients in total went to the hospital with minor injuries.  

Dolfield Blvd Rescue with 3 Trapped

At 21:11 hrs on 4 March, units were alerted for a vehicle collision with entrapment. BCoFD Engine 56 arrived on scene and confirmed a working rescue with 3 trapped. Owings Mills Truck 313 and Resiterstown Squad 414 arrived shortly thereafter and immediately went to work on freeing the trapped occupants. Once freed all occupants were transported to local hospitals for treatment. Units operated on scene for approximately 45 minutes before returning to service.

Red Run Blvd Rescue with Auto Fire

Around 05:15 am on February 5, 2016, units from northwest Baltimore County were alerted for a 10-50PI (car accident) with rescue in the vicinity of Red Run Blvd and Dolfield Blvd in Owings Mills. Engine 56 arrived to find a vehicle on fire and another with a trapped patient. E56 quickly established command and began extinguishment of the fire. Special services pieces from Owings Mills, Reisterstown and Pikesville volunteer fire companies arrived shortly thereafter and began the task of extrication. Due to the damage of the vehicle, it took multiple tools and methods to extract the patient. Units operated on scene for approximately one hour before returning to service.

Video: Engine 312 and Truck 313 Responding to Multiple Calls

On the evening of May 28, 2015, Engine 312 and Truck 313 responded together on multiple calls.  The first was for the report of an apartment fire off Sulky Court at 8:50pm.

46-5 Fire box

Posted by Larry Smart on Thursday, May 28, 2015

The second call was just before 11:00pm for the report of a motor vehicle crash at Lakeside Blvd and Painter Mill Rd.

Engine 312 and Truck 313 on the road again this evening responding to a motor vehicle collision in our first due area. We are always looking for new members to help us handle the high call volume we have in Owings Mills. Visit for more info.

Posted by Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company on Thursday, May 28, 2015

Auto Rescue on Garrison Forest Road

Shortly before midnight on 11 April, The Owings Mills Volunteers, along with Chestnut Ridge Volunteers were alerted for a 1050 PI Rescue in the 12000 block of Garrison Forest Rd. Truck 313 arrived shortly after dispatch to find a single vehicle on its side, with reportedly all occupants out of the vehicle.  After further investigation it was confirmed that all occupants had made it out of the vehicle prior to fire department arrival. Truck 313 assisted IV-505 with patient care, and cleared thereafter, operating on scene for 20 minutes.