They always send fire trucks along with ambulances even if theres no report of fire. Seems like a waste of resources.
They're sent for manpower assistance. There are many times when I ran rescue in Virginia that we needed the assistance of firefighters to carry a person up or down stairs, etc.
posted on 09/22/2009 8:01:07 AM PDT
by Not A Snowbird
(Socialism is the plundering of the productive by the unaccountable)
There are many times when I ran rescue in Virginia that we needed the assistance of firefighters to carry a person up or down stairs, etc.
Think Nadler...think second alarm...
posted on 09/22/2009 8:11:38 AM PDT
by Smokin' Joe
(How often God must weep at humans' folly. Stand fast. God knows what He is doing.)
See post 137. One of the lowlights of the old man’s career. :-)
posted on 09/22/2009 11:21:39 AM PDT
by Mr. Silverback
(We're right! We're free! And we'll fight! And you'll seeeeeeee!)
To: SandyInSeattle; cardinal4
A couple of years ago, I was diagnosed with an atrial flutter. My doctor gave me an EKG, and then said he was going to admit for some more protest. He said I’d have to go by ambulance. I complained, saying I could jog over to the hospital, but he insisted. So the ambulance showed up ALONG with a fire engine w/ladder. It was a one-story building. My insurance covered $500 but I had to spring for $150 for the fire truck. Then the ambulance started to take me to the wrong hospital.
posted on 09/22/2009 3:30:58 PM PDT
(All roads lead back to Concord Bridge....)
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