On March 14, 2010 at approximately 0930 hours ETS Command Center received a medi-cal distress call from an ETS owned executive residence. 911 was called and EMS was dispatched. Supervisor Ron Scartocci and an officer responded to the residence. They as-sisted the emergency responders carrying the executive from the residence to the ambu-lance. Two very large trees had fallen blocking road access to the residence. The Rescue Squad ambulance had to park approximately a quarter mile away from the residence on the main roadway.
Scartocci along with several other responders carried the stretcher to the ambulance. Scartocci, and other responders had to carry the executive around the two large trees blocking the roadway. Conditions had worsened including rain, debris and mud. The executive had to be carried through a neighbor’s lawn in order to get the stretcher back onto the roadway and into an ambulance. Several ETS employees assisted by cutting a passage way through the second tree so those carrying the executive could stay on the roadway.
The executive was taken to the Princeton Medical Center by ambulance at 1000 hours. Supervisor Scartocci Coordinated with the com-mand center security response during this incident. Scartocci continued to assist after the initial event to include providing a se-curity escort to and from the hospital for the executives family.
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