List of foods NOT to eat in the bus (for partners who don't know)

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gotbeerz001

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And it has to be said:
It may be fair to say that it is a regional thing... You probably get worked up about being called an "ambulance driver" when, in fact, you drive an ambulance.

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akflightmedic

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Yep...definitely an aerial.
 

Jim37F

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Naw thats just a truck, if it had a pump panel and hose it'd be a quint and if it had a separate pumper engine rolling with it with a combined crew then it'd be a Light Force, but as is, just a truck company.
 

CALEMT

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Where you are, a "tanker" probably has wheels and carries lots of water...

Where we are a tanker is a fixed winged aircraft that drops water or fire retardant on vegetation fires.

Truck=truck
Engine=engine
Ambulance=taxi...
 

JohnTheEMT

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Garlic fries because it will stink up the whole rig. I learned that the hard way after our sup came to help us load a patient .
 

daysquad

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There a lot of foods that we should not bring and eat while riding a bus. Some of these are sandwiches with greasy sauce, most burritos, ice cream and tacos. An alternative to these are snacks that are well packed especially on a road trip.
 
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