It is 0045 and you and your partner receive a radio call from 911 dispatch.
"911 dispatch to aid car 17: 1 vehicle MVC on the corner of Monterey and McAllister, please respond."
You are on your way to the scene and your ETA is 0050. You and your partner don BSI and review the facts of the case. According to dispatch, there is one patient and extrication may be necessary. The MOI is a motor vehicle accident, and C-spine should be considered. An ALS truck is 15 minutes away.
You arrive on scene and find a woman regaining consciousness behind the wheel. She has a laceration on her right arm and is complaining of chest and abdomen pain. Her airway is patent and her breathing is rapid. Her pulse is weak and thready.
You apply gauze and pressure to the arm laceration while you assess the patient's LOC. She is A&O x2, and seems to be losing consciousness. Your partner applies a cervical collar and together you remove the patient from the car and place her on a gurney.