Jeremy Phillips
  • 42, Male
  • Mansfield, LA
  • United States
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New definition of EMT: Emergency Medical Taxi

Started this discussion. Last reply by Seth Heller Sep 6, 2008. 15 Replies


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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Volunteer
Job Function
Firefighter / EMT-Basic
Years in Fire/EMS:
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Mansfield Fire Department Mansfield Louisiana
Years With Department/Agency
My Training:
FFI, About to test HAZ-MAT OPS, then FFII, multiple self-study online NIMS courses, ART of Reading Smoke, Intro to fire and arson investigation, SAFETY NUT!!!!! lol, I like to make sure everyone goes home with all the attached parts they came to work with.
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Why I Joined Fire/EMS
I became a firefighter to be able to help people. I spend most of my time including off-duty time helping people in my community. I wouldn't trade this life for the anything.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
the people I get to work with and meeting my community
Top Issues Facing Responders:
Safety and Training. I feel like people that are not in the fire service for the love of the job, they just need to walk away.

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Posted on June 28, 2008 at 10:30am 2 Comments


As the seasons change blows through the air,

our minds are lost in pain and despair,

our hearts heavy with choises to make,

wandering how much more our nerves can take,

We walk though life looking for a light,

always finding out that it is somewhere out of sight,

we choose to blame someone else,

instead of getting up and offering help,

we need to… Continue

New definition of EMT: Emergency Medical Taxi

Posted on April 19, 2008 at 7:16am 8 Comments

We all train hard for what we do, class after class just to stay up to date on new procedure. Red lights rolling on many Emergency's. Then there are the not so emergency that we run on, "I don't feel good, the "chest pain" calls with their bags packed at the door, the "my doctor told me to come in today" calls. It's enough to drive you crazy! Then you get the one's who call for an ambulance because they couldn't handle the wait in the E.R. So my question to you is, When did we become a high… Continue

A car and a deer

Posted on March 11, 2008 at 9:09am 2 Comments

A call rings out, the message is clear,

an unsuspecting driver has hit a deer,

the units roll and call for the helicopter to get ready for flight,

As we roll up onscene,

we see the impact was hard and fast,

we find a drunk man in the driver seat and hope he hasn't past,

a call goes into dispatch "FLY THE BIRD! FLY THE BIRD DISPATCH!"

officers aching to write their citations,

having to be removed from the… Continue

Drunk driver

Posted on February 21, 2008 at 8:05am 1 Comment

The bell ring and we jump out of bed,

putting on your gear and putting our helmet on your head,

the truck roll out in the pouring rain,

headed to a wreck between a car and a train,

As the truck rolls up all we can see is a ball of fire,

knowing anyone in it would surely expire,

a call goes to dispatch "Get the bird in the air"

we pull a line and start the attack,

one from the side and one sraying the tank from the back,

as we approach the… Continue

Have yall every stopped to think how big our family is? 2006 stats from U.S. Fire Administration 1,140,900 (career: 316,950, volunteer: 823,950) Firefighters by age group: 16-19 (3.9%), 20-29 (21.1%)…

Posted on February 8, 2008 at 8:07am 0 Comments

Have yall every stopped to think how big our family is?

2006 stats from U.S. Fire Administration

1,140,900 (career: 316,950, volunteer: 823,950)

Firefighters by age group: 16-19 (3.9%), 20-29 (21.1%), 30-39 (28.7%), 40-49 (26.4%), 50-59 (14.9%) 60 and over (5.0%)

There were 3,245 civilians that lost their lives as the result of fire.

There were 16,400 civilian injuries that occurred as the result of fire.

There were 106 firefighters…


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At 5:10pm on February 21, 2008, DeAnna Humphrey said…

Be safe out tonight Jeremy....
At 6:07pm on February 17, 2008, Da Fire Rescue Girl !!! said…
hey do you have yhaoo of aimor msn
At 9:17pm on January 20, 2008, Marie said…
thats probably true, i just dont have the time normally to sit down and write
At 4:29pm on January 20, 2008, Marie said…
thanks... ill have to find the one i wrote after my grampa passed.... the prob is that i have absolutely zero talent until a large life changing event happens
At 3:52pm on January 20, 2008, Marie said…
thanks! i wrote it back in 9th grade bout a week after everything happened
At 8:35pm on November 14, 2007, TWYLLA said…
Good Evening.. Just wanted to stop by and say Hello.. I'm in Shreveport, and my hubby is from Mansfield.. Would like to add you if you don't mind.
At 11:38am on September 3, 2007, Randy Macey said…
Check out the some of the Groups, I have started up "Close Calls" an area to tell your story of what you did and should not of so others learn. "Roll Calls" this is another group that allows you to tell us about your station and district. "Trainers Corner" is another area that you can read about issues other trainers have or deal with. As well if your not a trainer you can ask questions or state concerns you have. If you have a hard time locating them just go to my site and look at the bottom left hand corner.

Enjoy, be safe and remember we all come home.


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