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Starting today, the Fire Department will expand EMS service at four stations where demand for emergency medical calls is especially high.

Four Advanced Life Support medic units (ambulances) added last September to enhance service during peak evening hours now will operate from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Friday. The four medics are located at the Woodlawn, Pikesville, Golden Ring and Middle River fire stations.

EMS calls account for the overwhelming majority of Fire Department responses. In 2014, BCoFD responded to 91,521 EMS incidents, out of 126,686 total incidents.

"Every Baltimore County citizen deserves to know that trained EMTs and paramedics will be there to help when he or she needs it," said Fire Chief John Hohman. "The demand for EMS service continues to grow, and we recognize the need to grow with it."

UPDATE (December 29, 2015  11:22 a.m.):

Baltimore County Police met with the adult male driver of the suspect vehicle and his attorney yesterday at the Crash Team Office. The male spoke with police about the crash and police were able to positively identify him. He is not currently in custody.
 
The suspect vehicle, a 2007 Honda Accord, has been towed to the Public Safety Building for processing.
 
This incident remains under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Department Crash Team. When the Crash Team investigation is complete, the report will be sent to the Baltimore County State’s Attorney for review. The States Attorney will decide if any charges will be filed and, if filed, what those charges will be.

UPDATE (December 28, 2015  10:55 p.m.):

A person turned himself in to Baltimore County Police today in connection with this hit and run fatal crash. Official charges have not yet been filed and no further information is available at this time.

Original release (December 27, 2015  8:59 p.m.):

Baltimore County Police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run accident in the Middle River area.

Just after 6:30 p.m., police received a call when a passerby saw a man lying along the shoulder of Pulaski Highway near Martin Boulevard. The man was pronounced deceased shortly afterwards. The victim has been identified as Andrew James McNeal, 26.

Investigators determined that Mr. McNeal was struck as he was walking along Pulaski Highway, heading northbound approaching Martin Boulevard. The car involved in the crash left the scene. Police believe that the vehicle is a silver or gray car with front end damage.

If anyone has any information concerning this crash, please call Baltimore County Police at (410) 307-2020

Original release (December 8, 2015  2:35 p.m.):

A Tuesday morning crash in Middle River has left a man deceased.

The preliminary investigation into the crash has indicated that at approximately 4:52 a.m., a 2005 Suzuki ATV had been traveling north-bound on Crossroad Circle 21220 when it ran into an equipment trailer that was parked on the side of the road.

The operator of the ATV, 59-year-old John Leo Le Brun Sr of the 400 block of Earls Road 21220, was declared deceased at the scene.

This crash remains under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Crash Team.

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