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First Responders Urge Citizens to Stay Home, Firefighters Across Region Responding to Multiple Rescues, Having Trouble Handling Number of Calls

Police, fire and rescue personnel in Charles, St. Mary’s, and Prince George’s County are currently operating on multiple rescues due to vehicles driving into flood / standing water. Citizens are urged to TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN!! WATER and OTHER RESCUES 9:00 a.m., Charles County / PG County line – Mutual aid for vehicle trapped in flood waters with entrapment 8:55 a.m., 5880 Brandywine Road for two vehicles swept into the woods by floodwater. Swift water rescue teams and high angle personnel operating on the scene to save multiple subjects trapped. – UNITS REPORTING SUBJECT IN A TREE. Subject that was rescued, reported multiple vehicles were underwater with one overturned, and reported he lost sight of the occupants – 3 VICTIMS SO FAR 2 HANGING IN TREES 1 ON VEH ROOF 8:48 a.m., St Andrew’s Church Road in the area of Pops Way – Single Vehicle overturned into a pole, pole snapped in half – single victim with minor injuries MD | CHESAPEAKE BEACH | CALVERT | BLDG COLLAPSE | 4700 BLOCK WILLOWS RD | TREE ON HOUSE TWO ADULTS TRAPPED 8:44 a.m in WALDORF | CHARLES | WATER RESCUE | MICHAEL RD IAO PINEWOOD DR | VEHICLE TRAPPED IN FLOOD […]

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