Sunday, 7 June 2009

At the end of a night shift...........................

For me it was a rotten end to a night shift. I was fortunate enough to go home to my wife and family. The driver of this car was less fortunate.



"e Brutto" said...

Yes, a bit grim was it the impact shock or a specific trauma.
Was in a crash a while ago, took myself to hosp. later the casualty docs heard about it over the radio earlier and all assumed I would be brown bread when brought in from the impact.
When I went to get my bits from the car the mechanics did not believe I was the driver.
Side impact at 70 mph I appreciate your efforts.

Anonymous said...

Hi guys,

I was wondering if one of you could help me with a question I have?

I have always wanted to be come a Paramedic and just recently I have applied to become an Ambulance Care attendent which is a stepping stone to becoming a Paramedic. A few years ago I also applied to become a Fire Fighter but I did not go ahead with the application because I suffer from claustrophobia and they clearly stated that the job would not be suitable for people who suffer from this.
What I wanted to know is would this phobia also affect my potential job as a paramedic?
I wouldn't say that my phobia is 'severe' but I'm not sure how much of an affect, if any, it would have on my chances of becoming a Paramedic.

I look forward to your replies!!

Thak you, William.