bristolflyer
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Props To Our Emergency Service Workers

Mon Jun 05, 2006 7:45 am

Yesterday I witnessed a nasty car accident in Phoenix. The driver of one car was ok (but really shaken up) and the driver of the other car, an older lasy, was in a pretty bad way - lots of cuts/bleeding etc and shaken up. There were a lot of people who stopped to help and the emergency services turned up in less than 5 minutes. I've never been so relieved to see & hear the blues & twos coming down the road.

Car accidents are not a pretty sight at the best of times, especially if there's a lot of blood. Whilst I had the luxury of being able to walk away (after I had helped as much as I could and the E services were on scene) the E services obviously had to stay and clear up the mess. I know they're paid for doing this, but it really must be a challenging job dealing with that sort of mess day in, day out. Especially if the accident(s) are caused by people being irresponsible.

So a non-patronising 'thanks' to our emergency service people who go around clearing up other people's mess. Your work is highly appreciated.

BF
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ABfemme
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RE: Props To Our Emergency Service Workers

Mon Jun 05, 2006 8:43 am

Thanks BristolFlyer I will pass this on to my Husband - A Paramedic who I could not be more proud of for what he has to face day in day out. Where would we be without them !!

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Claire
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ArmitageShanks
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RE: Props To Our Emergency Service Workers

Mon Jun 05, 2006 8:50 am

Anyone in the medical field gets my "pat on the back."

The things they have to go through and see on a daily basis just boggles the mind sometimes.
 
767ALLTHEWAY
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RE: Props To Our Emergency Service Workers

Mon Jun 05, 2006 8:57 am

Thank you very much, and it’s greatly appreciated when people take a moment to say thank you. I am a full time EMT in a very busy area around Boston and we deal with everything from headaches to shootings, it’s a great job and I love going to work everyday, the personal satisfaction of attempting to help people makes up for all the “stuff” we see each day! Again, thank you.
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AGC525
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RE: Props To Our Emergency Service Workers

Mon Jun 05, 2006 9:46 am

From a EMT, air medical communications specialist, and volunteer firefighter, thanks! It really does mean a lot.
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