“307 please respond for an 85yr old female, chest pain, one nitro taken”
“307 copy, updated en route”
The address is located on a main thoroughfare and the fire rescue at the curb marks the spot. Generally we try to do our backing as we arrive, utilizing our partner for spotting then rather than at time of leaving. This ensures safe backing practice, since one of us will be with the patient as we leave the scene. >> Click to read more...
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