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UPDATE – Must see: Mayday bailout video, pictures & audio from house fire in St. Mary’s County, MD. Two firefighters hurt.

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Listen to fireground audio courtesy ScanMD Fire & Rescue solutions (mayday at 7:13)

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UPDATE Monday afternoon

This comment was sent to STATter911.com from Bay District VFD Chief Shawn Downs:

All,

I want to update everyone on both of my guys.  One FF was indeed flown to PG, however he was released around noon today.  The other FF refused trasnport on the scene, and is recovering well.  I am very thankful for the outpouring support that the Brotherhood has shown for my members.  For all of the phone calls, texts and the like, many thanks!

These two will no doubt be back on our appartus by weeks end!  Stay Safe Out There!

Shawn M Downs Fire Chief BDVFD

EARLIER

Video above from  at a fire yesterday in the 21000 block of Garfield Street in Great Mills, Maryland (St. Mary’s County) where two firefighters were hurt. Firefighters from Bay District, PAX River, Hollywood and Valley Lee were dispatched to the home at 4:25 PM.

Picture reprinted with permission from SMNewsNet.com. Click here for more images from the fire.

The bail out through a window behind the tree just to the right of the front porch occurs at about 4:50 in the video. Click through the series of still pictures at Southern Maryland News Net for a better view. The mayday is announced at 7:13 on the audio recording from ScanMD Fire & Rescue Solutions.

More info from Southern Maryland News Net:

One firefighter was transported by Trooper 7 to an area trauma center for smoke inhalation. Another firefighter was treated and released at the scene for leg injuries after falling through the floor and then having to evacuate through a window. Bay District Fire Chief, Shawn Downs said “the firefighter that was taken to PG county is expected to be released tomorrow”

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