No, Not fdny, but a private company that had 911 priviledges, I guess you would call it. If 911 was called, it was his company, or fdny, or both (which was a whole different issue). FDNY tends to want to fight with other services, rather than accept that they help.....hence the issue I believe you posted, ambulance services should not be part of the fire department.Did your husband work for FDNY They do have Ferno adaptors if memory serves me correctly. (Never worked for them but did my third ride time out of two FDNY stations :thumbsup
This is exactly what my dh described to me. If the patient was in the restraint.Didn't Dr. Madeline Bull do a study or at least a paper on this?
If I recall correctly---Place convertible seat on stretcher...Route top belt through FF belt path, and the next belt through the RF belt path. Tighten both belts.
Of course, this can't be used if you need patient on their back for CPR. I imagine if they're that critical, then CR use really isn't a concern.
Oh, the FDNY EMS guys HATED the actual FD They used to be EMS*NY and I think they recently parted ways again.No, Not fdny, but a private company that had 911 priviledges, I guess you would call it. If 911 was called, it was his company, or fdny, or both (which was a whole different issue). FDNY tends to want to fight with other services, rather than accept that they help.....hence the issue I believe you posted, ambulance services should not be part of the fire department.
I don't "think" his company had the adapters, but I can ask, maybe later. He really was a fabulous medic, and trained many, and was so good at his job. It just got too much once he tried to manage (which he was even better at, but people didn't appreciate). That is actually a different topic all together, having to do to people contact, if you know what I mean.
Yes, he was at 9/11, but not with fdny, with his private company, as a boss.
Ohh, that's right, You had to come down here? to get ride on time? That is just really off.
Ha, at the time, that is something my dh would have done but, for further info, I will pm, tomorrowOh, the FDNY EMS guys HATED the actual FD They used to be EMS*NY and I think they recently parted ways again.
I remember the private guys there. One of them traumatized me for life when he asked me to help him find the head of the guy hit by a train, and then helped me root around in the body bag full of parts :ROTFLMAO:
Nothing 'off' about third-riding with FDNY...that was one of the huge selling points of Northeastern paramedic program, the FDNY ride-along time
That was pre 9/11, I have no idea if they still do it.
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