Early Morning Fly-Out on RT-340
By Deputy Chief Jerry Dorsey
November 12, 2016

One person was flown to Baltimore with serious injuries following a single vehicle crash on RT 340 near Jefferson early Saturday morning. Units from Jefferson, Carroll Manor, United and ALS were on the scene.

Units: E31, C3
Mutual Aid: A209, A149, RS20, E201, M20, EMS901, TRP3

Rebecca November 12, 2016 at 11:42 AM
I was at the scene last night. I was very impressed with the young adults that were first to the scene as they witnessed it going the other direction on 340. They turned their car around and went to help. I was passing by and stopped to help. As a medical professional I was amazed by these individuals who were calm, thoughtful, decisive at this traumatic scene. I believe if they hadn't stopped it would have been difficult to see the accident from the road and the person would have not gotten immediate medical attention. I didn't catch their names but they should get some recognition and praise for being Good Samaritans. This is a testament that there is still so much good among the chaos of our world. If you all see this I thank you and I am was so proud.

Teresa Fanflik November 13, 2016 at 4:39 PM
I am posting this on behalf of Dawn and Harley Divelbliss (Zachary's parents) They would like to speak to the wonderful witnesses that stopped and stayed with Zachary when he had his accident. Please contact Dawn here or on Facebook messenger if you see this. The family is so grateful for everyone that helped him. Thank you

Teresa Fanflik November 14, 2016 at 11:09 AM
Zachary's family would appreciate anyone that was witness to their sons accident to contact them. Dawn and Harley Divelbliss. You can comment here and they will contact you or PM on Facebook to exchange information. They are extremely thankful to all involved in saving their son's life and would like to give a huge thank you to all of EMS, Police etc that got him immediate help. So grateful to the people that waited with him until EMS arrived. Please contact