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Firemen have been under public scrutiny for doing certain things wrong. These things would never have been publicized had they been done by common citizens. Unfair? Maybe. But that’s a burden a role model must bear. Like it or not, firemen, as well as police & emergency responders, are held in high esteem by many. Consequentially, they must act to a higher standard even when not on shift. Failure to do so actually diminishes the esteem in which firemen, police or emergency responders are held.

In this video, Chief Wylie gives us his perspective about living up to the expectations your community demands.

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Head injuries sustained by patients can be very challenging manage in the back of an ambulance. Steve Whitehead presents two very important things to remember when treating these patients.

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Here are some signs of a heart attack other than the classic chest & shooting pains. Also, an insight in the logistics & method used in efficiently treating the patient.

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