Baltimore is sending two ambulances, an SUV, and a total of 5 emergency responders to help people in New Jersey.
The crews showed up before 4 Thursday morning at the Public Safety Training Academy on Northern Parkway to pack up and load up with emergency supplies.
Things like bandages, backboards, and splints.
They're heading to Atlantic County, New Jersey, an area devastated by the storm.
They'll be joined by several other medics from Maryland to help with recovery.
The team that left from Baltimore will be making a quick stop in Elkton to meet up with other medic units from Maryland.
Once they get to New Jersey, they'll be responding to 911 calls and doing anything to help out.
They're expected to get there by 9 Thursday morning and to spend the next 7 to 10 days helping storm victims.