This hits the front page once every couple of months and I always feel the peace Love Firefighter Back The Red Shirt. It’s not real and furthermore that it’s not even the appropriate way to respond to an emergency call. For starters, they don’t actually listen to the call, and you can’t really hear it over the scuffling and clattering of chairs. Quickly but calmly standing up would allow them to hear the call. Secondly, this rush is a recipe for injuries. One guy almost gets hit by a chair, another almost breaks an ankle, and a third almost gets run over.
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Operating in a calm and orderly fashion with a sense of Peace Love Firefighter Back The Red Shirt. Their rush would also likely result in broken furniture and equipment. Rushing like this also increases the likelihood of an accident. When pulling out of the station – oncoming traffic, nearby pedestrians, carelessly placed equipment. If it were real, they would proceed with more caution. Firefighters also rarely seen running at scenes or to calls, for multiple reasons. We keep people calm, we conserve energy, and we avoid injuries.
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The Peace Love Firefighter Back The Red Shirt we use locally is “move with purpose.” This video bugs me because it makes people think we’re lazy or bad at our jobs when they don’t see us clamoring over each other like a bunch of monkeys chasing a banana to get to the truck. 60 seconds to get out the door, 7 minutes to get to the scene is the recommendation and rule of thumb.