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|MORE GOVAC ACTION
2000 - 2004
|GOVAC crews stood by while Goshen Fire Dept.
dealt with a fire in an abandoned cottage. By the
time crews arrived the place was totally involved
The rain and the already soaked ground made for
difficult footing. It is believed that kids set this
|This MVA happened during the bitter winter. The
driver was alone & lost control of the vehicle on a bad
turn. She was only about a mile from her home. She
survived. Head & Abdominal injuries. Campbell Hall FD
& Goshen FD performed the extrication. GOVAC &
StatFlight handled patient care. Note how the pole is
splintered above the vehicle. The pole also had a
transformer on it which made the extrication a little
|Photos by Jeff Seibold
|The result of a 2 car MVA on
RT 17. 3 people were
transported to a local
What started out as a structure fire turned quickly
into a hazmat incident when it was found that the
building contained drums of perfume. GOVAC
transported 2 firefighters to the ER for exposure.
Both were treated & released.
|MVA at Gibson Rd 2
Pt's flown out -2000
|MVA on Rt 17. Car vs
Semi. Guess who won.
The female driver of
this vehicle survived
|August 2002 - car vs tractor trailer - head on.
Above & right - the truck driver is treated by
GOVAC members & mobile life support crews while
waiting to be medivaced to trauma center
|Here Stat flight personnel prepare to
transport truck driver. Goshen Fire dept
stands by while helicopter lands & takes off
|Here is the car involved. Driver trapped.
Goshen Fire Dept. removing the roof &
opening doors so patient can be
transported to local hospital.
Although a difficult extrication due to the
damage done to the car the joint effort
of GOVAC & Goshen Fire, the patient
was moved from the vehicle &
transported in serious but stable