HELLO ANON I PRESENT TO YOU:
"HOW TO GET INSPIRED TO DO WORK YOU DON’T WANT TO DO WITH HELP FROM TEDDY ROOSEVELT"
IMAGINE YOUR WORK IS A STUPID TREE
CHOP THAT LOSER DOWN BECAUSE IT IS IN YOUR WAY
THAT WAS FUN WASN’T IT
OF COURSE IT WAS
NOW IMAGINE YOUR…
As of today he is no longer my god, and I say that with sadness.
So Mohawk Ambulance rejected my application, and now that I’ve calmed down i guess it’s time to look for other agencies to work. I’m still recovering from the double sting of losing out at Mohawk and then being released from UCEMS due to budget cuts, but i can’t change it.
I’m gonna start looking at other agencies, mainly Rotterdam EMS, Fulton County EMS and maybe Five Quad VAC. I also may go to RPI Ambulance as RPI is Union’s Rival and it would be a nice ‘Screw You..’
Engine 1 Going Defensive
Schenectady Firefighter/Paramedics stretch a line off engine 1 in preparation for a defensive attack at a residential house-fire. The house was unoccupied at the time and the back of the house was fully involved when the first units arrived on scene.
Happy Retirement Joe!
I’d like to wish Schenectady Firefighter Joe Gage a happy retirement. Joe was the chauffeur on Truck 2 for many years. Have a happy retirement Joe, you’re job is now to keep your son from following in your footsteps…
Paramedics from both Mohawk Ambulance and Schenectady Fire transport a critically injured motorcyclist to a waiting State Police Med-flight Chopper. The patient eventually was found to have ‘The Schenectady Flight Syndrome’.
UCEMS Station 2
We are officially back after our 1 month hiatus, although with a staff of 5, only one of which is always on call. Today that’s me and I’m working out of station 2 (Frank L. Messa Hockey Rink).
RE-11(1999 ALF 1500/500)
Reserve Engine 11 acting for Engine 1 on the scene of a partially involved garage fire. The structure was located on a one lane alley, so the chauffeur parked the rig at the end of the narrow street.