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Created as a Committee of the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association, the Institute serves as an informal advisory panel of public safety leaders committed to reducing deaths and injuries to America's Emergency Responders. Click here to learn more...

Mission Statement

Created as a Committee of the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association, the Institute serves as an informal advisory panel of public safety leaders committed to reducing deaths and injuries to America's Emergency Responders. Click here to learn more...

Struck By Incidents

Maryland: Salisbury fire fighter gets airlifted to Baltimore

Monday, September 04, 2017
Salisbury firefighter is currently being treated at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after being accidentally struck by a fellow fire fighter. The accident happened on Bell Creek Drive around noon on Sunday.

A City of Salisbury spokesperson said the firefighter was laying out blue hydrant markers on the road when another fire fighter, who was driving a fire engine, accidentally struck the victim. The injured firefighter had to be airlifted to Baltimore following the accident.

The firefighter’s condition is currently unknown and they are still working to notify the firefighter’s family. We will continue to monitor this situation and post updates to our website and Facebook page as we learn more.

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