Burn victim flown to Johns Hopkins Hospital
CRUMPTON — The Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal reported that John Pardee was airlifted to the Bayview Medical Center burn unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, on Thursday afternoon, Aug. 24, after suffering seconddegree burns to his face and all extremities.
The preliminary report is that Pardee was there for “evaluation of non-lifethreatening injuries.”
Pardee was injured in a burn pit while conducting a controlled burn at 719 Deep Landing Road. A co-worker reported the incident at 2:58 p.m., according to the fire marshal’s office.
Crumpton Volunteer Fire Company responded.
According to the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation, the property is owned by Eric R. Pardee and Natalie M. Pardee of Hartly, Del. The relationship between John Pardee and the property owners, if any, had not been determined when the fire marshal’s office sent out its news release Aug. 24.