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I beat you to it on page three of this awesome thread...
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Respond Wayne wrote:Stinger wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=MdzIAa-H3sE
I beat you to it on page three of this awesome thread...You know that they help people, because feel like doing it... >>> AS SEEN HERE <<<
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Boxer Dogs wrote:Datlicht wrote:Rescue Command ......
Are these guys still around?
Not so much... Looks like there is a story going around at the moment about the "deputy chief" getting drunk and going missing at a skate park, and then the mobile command center and pizza delivery wagon raced him off to the hospital with all the lights on....
Their side of the story is that he had a "Medical Emergency" and no one did anything wrong......
Boxer Dogs wrote:If these guys want to volunteer so bad, why not do it with a reputable orginization with decent uniforms and no made up "ranks?"
Because then they no longer get to be the "Chief" and "Deputy Chief" I don't think their ego's could handle just being new guy, or part of the team... Which to me screams that they are just glory hounds and are not even close to doing this for the right reasons.
The reasonably numbered units (01-00 and 1516-02) have been upgraded with grille and tail light strobes. Gone is the "Rescue Command" paper taped on the inside of the windscreen, only to be replaced by much prouder 4", black-and-white insignia on the side, and their acronym duct-taped on the hood, just above "SFRRS|SRRFS" written in black sharpie on the upper rim of the grille.
According to their (many, many) social media accounts, they were in the Kinsmen Santa Claus Parade this year, and are looking for anyone who might have some photos of their entry in the parade. Lord knows I am, too.
It seems this organization has not fallen by the wayside, but instead maintain their proud heritage of dedication to Peterborough's underserviced north end.
"SFRRS Rescue Units" by Samaritan First Response & Rescue Service
If I was the guy who they helped get a ride home as their "most memorable event" I would be grateful.
After all, how many other first responder agencies can say that their chief and deputy chief first met in high school ... or, for that matter, are STILL in high school together.
One shouldn't be critical of them just because the pages of their Whelen catalog are a bit stuck together. Once they grow up a bit and discover girls, life will change.
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