The Reporters

It’s different to respond to a critical incident with something to do that directly effects the outcome. Reporting on what happens over and over eventually takes its toll on the emotional well-being of the people doing the reporting. The News is a tough business, but the people in the business are just people, like everybody else.

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Craig
Comic Con Cripples EMS
If Rick Grimes can handle the un-dead zombies of the apocalypse. Surely he can handle some Comic Con asthma attacks. :)
2015-04-01 19:02:52
David
Comic Con Cripples EMS
Venue EMS is becoming more and more challenging. Cities and towns should work with companies (like our service) to do a detail risk assessment, impact to the location and how to manage mass gatherings. Coordinating with local, regional EMS providers has to occur. This is one perfect example of what happens when venues and management…
2015-04-01 17:56:07
Michael Morse
Comic Con Cripples EMS
We split the ambulance in half, one side handles ALS, the other BLS. Sometimes we simply send the left half south and the right half north. Happy April Fools Day!
2015-04-01 17:51:02
Brandon
Comic Con Cripples EMS
Trying to process the numbers in the story. Assuming the 600 calks per day is referring to a 24 hr. Period that means on average each car is averaging 2.5 calls/ hour for 24 hours and on the convention day each car has over 300 calls that day at a rate of almost 13 calls…
2015-04-01 17:27:41
Michael Morse
Comic Con Cripples EMS
Auntie Gina made sure everything was ok. Until retirement that is. Thanks!
2015-04-01 16:50:07

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