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What type of Ambulance do I drive?
Type 3 2014 Ford Econoline, Triton V10
Where do I work?
Type of Siren?
Why doesn’t the siren stay on the entire time?
It is used when it is needed to move or warn vehicles/pedestrians. It can also be more effective when its not a noise from the distance coming in slowly
What do I record with?
It used to be a Samsung Galaxy S7. Now it an S10+
Do I only drive the Ambulance?
No, for the most part, anyone driving an Ambulance on a call is an EMT at minimum
I figured out who you work for dude!! What now!?!?
Its alright, As long as I am not blatantly displaying a company logo purposefully, There should be no issue
Why are you going so slow?
If you are watching a video of me transporting a patient/provider in the back, then I am trying to keep a smooth but efficient ride for them. No hard starts, stops, or corners.
What is code 3?
Lights and sirens
Why does the Fire Department go on EMS calls?
We are a private ambulance service who contracts with the county. It is the countys responsibility to ensure EMS services to its citizens by sending their own resources that taxpayers pay for, as well as contracting services as needed. The Fire department has trained Paramedics and EMTs who can usually get to a call faster than the Ambulance and initiate care. They respond to any 911 medical call, from a stubbed toe to cardiac arrest. We can cancel each other once on scene when appropriate.
Can we change traffic lights?
Although most lights around have the capability, our ambulance does not have an opticom