I know you wish you had. So do others, I'm sure. It's just that I am gifted with an amazing grasp of the obvious,( as well as a trained sense of sarcasm), and sometimes feel that what I see should be shown to everyone.
So, anyway, you didn't write it down in your reply, so I'm taking full credit for it.
Heheh...ok, but I still think I should get it by default. I read all the replies, including the one you mention here, and my reply was about the neighbors driveway in particular....yours only mentioned a driveway.
How about we split the credit then.
I've never encountered problems with PD at any scene before. That is until last week when we were called to the Freeway for a rollover with confirmed person trapped.
Approaching the scene in our Rescue truck and in the middle of the road is a LEO who promptly waved us to stop and let all the traffic go through. When we had a crack at him, his response was that it's important to keep traffic flowing.....
Needles to say, words have been had with senior LEO's about the situation.
why didn't you guys knock out the windows and throw the supply line through the car like every other car. just because it's a police vehicle owned by the town/city doesn't mean it gets special treatment.
my town the police dept's roll at a fire scene is to give the dispatcher a pre-lim of the situation and the dispatcher will relay that information to the first arriving fire officers, isolate the immediate danger zone and close down traffic when necessary. they're also detailed to protect us from an irate resident or on-looker.