MCFRS Respond to Overturned Vehicle on High School Baseball Field

Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services (MCFRS) responded to the scene of a collision involving an overturned vehicle on Wednesday around 11am. According to Chief Spokesperson for MCFRS Pete Piringer, the incident occurred in the 12400blk of Dalewood Dr., near Everton Street in Wheaton, near the Wheaton High School baseball field. One teenage patient has been extricated and is being evaluated/transported with Priority2 medical/trauma.

Per MCPD: “Montgomery County Police are on scene of a single vehicle collision at Wheaton High School. One person has been transported in stable condition. No other injuries reported.”

We will post an update when additional information becomes available. Photo courtesy of @k.orellana21on Instagram.

Per @mcfrsPIO on Twitter: “Dalewood Dr., near Everton Street, Wheaton, collision, overturned vehicle near baseball field, @mcfrs RS742B, A742, A721, AT718, BC704, PE718, ALS742B, EMS704 responding in on scene”

 

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