Rollover On New Hampshire [Medevac]

medevac blue claws mva(PHOTOS & VIDEO) HATZOLAH, PD, EMS, LFA and FD Are currently working on extricating a patient from a vehicle at Cedarbridge and New Hampshire following an MVA. Injuries appear to be serious at this time. Photos and Video will be posted soon.
U/D 12:52 p.m. A Monoc Medevac Helicopter has just landed in the Blue Claws Stadium parking lot to airlift the patient to Jersey Shore Medical Center. TLS-91/TLS-52/TLS-46/TLS-24


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  1. Most rollover accidents are SUV or these small junk cars. Wake up people dont drive SUV. It might be fun and cool but its not worth the risk.

  2. Sharon
    Hatzolah was on location first so what was the point of your post is that the way you keep your job
    Ps where are all the critics now. I saw ems personnel climbing into an unsecured vehicle I also saw an abundance of police officers with no protection on climbing into the car with I’m sure glass all over the place
    Unless the criticism was coming from the ems personnel like sharon whom are very quick to critique but very blind to see there own shortfalls

  3. That picture of the kids face framing the helicopter is obnoxious and insensitive. He is taking someone else’ tragedy and turning it in to a photo-op. Please remove it as soon as possible.

  4. Eye witness,
    Very often EMS personel and Police officers put there own safety on the line to help others.
    Its the outsiders that sometimes get in the way.

  5. I was just wondering why the criticism was fast and furious in coming in the past but today nobody pointed it out
    And why where the officers in the car are they emt’s


  7. I like YOUR turnout gear. I just never realized they make bunker pants it black wool or turnout jackets in white. Yiu must tell me where you ordered your bunker boots that look like Shabbos shoes. My point- emergency personel are trained and have a reason to be on scene-turnout gear or not. Guys who are in Shabbos clothes have no business near the scene. The pictures clearly show a frum guy in the area that emergency personel are working in. Before you comment- go spend three months and get your EMT cert instead of trying to stir the pot. Instead of ALL Emergency Personel focusing on their own safety (the second most important part of an assessment) and the safety if the patients, they now have to also worry about securing a safe perimetor around you. Get a pair of binoculars and gawk from a safe distance. You can be just as big a tutzach from a safe distance away!!!

  8. ok that’s great that you like my turnout gear but that should not stop me from pointing out a much needed critique
    I wasn’t the only one gawking and the funny part is that some of them where, where wearing uniforms of different emergency services go explain that

  9. I am Shannon Ortiz-Milne, the female EMT that works for the EMS Department of Lakewood.
    Good Job to everyone on this scene. I sat at my computer safe, warm, dry, clean, uncramped without anyone screaming “help me”. I was afforded the opportunity to see the the people I work side by side with from a different aspect. I am so proud of all of us and what we do!!!
    Lakewood EMS, Lakewood First Aid, Hatzolah, Lakewood Police, Lakewood Fire Department, Lakewood Dispatch, together we are the Emergency Services for the Township of Lakewood.

  10. It’s really sad that lifesaving has become such a “hot topic”. It’s become more of a “who can beat the other”,who gets there sooner….Why can’t we all just focus on what we’re officially out there to do-save lives?! If it’s attention you seek there are many other ways to get that. When Hershel Weber founded Hatzolah it was because he watched someone die before him while people stood around waiting for the ambulance to arrive and he vowed that he wouldn’t let that happen again. Today we have people that if they don’t get onto Hatzolah they’ll badmouth them….. LIfesaving has become politics. When that happens it shows that the peope involved are not in it for the lifesaving rather for the attention,flashing lights….that come along with it. I am an innocent bystander, not a member of any EMS service. So let’s try to focus on what’s really important and just try to save lives instead of bickering at each other all day??

  11. he you guys a lot of FRUM “Ultra” Jewish Shabbos clothing wearing guys are also on Lakewood First Aid and Howell First Aid.

    Look at the blue jacket with the words Lakewood First Aid- Lieutenant – Jewish looking guy to me.

    You see one thing many Jewish people want to join the first aids because they want to help their community. Its not a glory job and its gory at times. Its not fun. Its volunteering at any time during the day or night and walking out during family occasions.

    Thank you ALL the volunteers that make up the various First Aids in and near Lakewood. We need them all.

    The same for the volunteers from Chaverim and Bikur Cholim. When pages go out all day long and many time in middle of the night they are answered with in seconds.

    If you want to be a community member volunteer. There is much to be done in such a large CITY like Lakewood.

    One great suggestion – Just say Good morning or good Night to your neighbor. It will make a difference and create a friendship.

  12. Response to #14: you sure sound like an outsider if you think it’s a race or competition. All agencies in this town work very well together and respect each other. Including PD,FD,EMS, First Aid and Hatzolah. No one is racing or competing against each other. We are all on one team of helping people. So next time get your facts from the insiders and not from the jealous outsiders on the streets.

  13. It’s amazing how people on this blog jump to conclusions, I meant to ask if was a heimishe or not……that’s all, not bashing any1 G-d forbid.

  14. You said it yourself. The frum guy had a blue turnout jacket saying LFAS. He had a reason to be on the MVA scene, the person without the turnout gear did not. When I am in command of a scene, and there is someone who is not authorized to be there, I ask them to leave once-thats right once. After that my next request is for the police to escort them from the scene. No excuses for non-emergency personnel on scene when you have a ton of trained personnel on scene. Whether you know it or not, you are getting in the way. You want to look cool on a scene? Join a local rescue squad-they would love to have you. Its very rewarding, and you will fully agree with all that say that a scene that contains onlookers next to an extrication scene is not a safe scene.

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