BTFD604
  • 31, Female
  • New Carlisle
  • United States
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Humbling Experiences

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Betz Dec 1, 2007. 6 Replies

 

BTFD 604

Profile Information

Type of Organization
Combination Fire Rescue Department
Job Function
Firefighter / EMT-Basic, Driver / Engineer
Years in Fire/EMS:
7 years / 2 years certified
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Bethel Township Fire Department Clark Co., Ohio
Years With Department/Agency
A little over 1 year
Dept. Web Site:
http://www.betheltownship.info/firedepartment.html
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
2002-2003 : Mount Pleasant Fire Department Sta. 2
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Explorer

2004-2008 : New Carlisle Fire Division
New Carlisle, Ohio
First as a Cadet, Then as a Firefighter
My Training:
FF2, EMT-Basic, HazMat
In training for Paramedic.
Relationship Status:
Single
Facebook or Other Online Profile:
http://www.myspace.com/keep_on_wishin
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
I have been wanting to do this since I was 10. Don't really know why, but I can't possibly see myself doing any other job.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
I like being able to legally tear stuff up every now and then.
Top Issues Facing Responders:
People who intentionally set fires that injure or kill firefighters should be charged as if they directly injured or killed them, rather they meant to do it or not.

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Ghosts at the Firehouse

Posted on February 9, 2009 at 2:31am 11 Comments

Every fire department has a history that is capable of going back hundreds of years.

Our firehouse has been standing for a long time... long before I was even born. They say that a ghost is nothing but a memory preserved in time. The people at the firehouse are torn between those who truly believe it is haunted, those who have seen things but ignore it, and those who have never seen anything and are totally skeptic. Based on my own experiences, I fall into the first category I named. I… Continue

I'm Finally On My Own!!!

Posted on July 13, 2008 at 3:18am 1 Comment

It is a scary thing moving out on your own for the first time... but also very exciting. For one, you are free to do what ever you want - within legal limits of course. If you want to stay out late, you don't have to report to anyone, especially your parents. No one is there to tell you what to do. I know my parents love me, but I am quicker to move out while I still know it all. (And that is a figure of speech), because everyone reaches that age sooner or later, and if you hadn't, you're…

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The Firefighter Within

Posted on May 6, 2008 at 1:34pm 0 Comments

Never Give Up.
Never Give In.
Fight Till You Lose...
Or Fight Till You Win.
Never Let Up.
Never Let Down.
Never Let The Frightened
See You Frown.
Weild Your Weapons.
Conquer Your Fears.
Work Till Your Sweat...
Replaces Their Tears.
Learn From Your Losses.
Savor Your Wins.
Prepare For The Next One.
And Battle Again.

- Author Unknown

My First Auto Extrication

Posted on January 5, 2008 at 10:56pm 2 Comments

About a week ago, I performed my first auto extrication. Last Friday night, we were called to an intersection where someone had pulled out in front of a sheriff deputy. Both drivers were injured, but the deputy was able to get out without having to be extricated. The person in the other vehicle, wasn't so lucky.

Our rescue truck came with a crew of three. We got the assignment of extrication. When we got on the scene, the driver raised the stadium lights, while the person in the…

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9-11

Posted on December 10, 2007 at 3:11am 1 Comment

Everyone who was alive and old enough when 9-11 happened remember where they were, what they were doing, and how they reacted to the tragedy. I remember I was in my seventh grade science class in Charleston, South Carolina when the principal called all the teachers on the intercom to tell them to turn on the TV. When they did, we all just stared at the TV. At first, we really didn't really know what was happening... until we…

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At 3:08pm on April 9, 2011, Scott Taylor said…
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At 10:35am on November 22, 2008, Rachael said…
Howdy Stranger!
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How are ya doing?! Hope all's going well with ya!
take care and be safe!!!
At 10:56pm on March 25, 2008, Ben Schwan said…
Hi from Ludlow Falls, OH (west of troy).
At 5:22pm on November 28, 2007, S.C., Captain, iceman said…
welcome to FFN stay safe
 
 
 

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