Sights While Looking For Emt

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Mik D.'s Comment
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At fedex in Hagerstown, MD looking for emt and saw two goose with about 9 baby chicks walking along a curb trying to get to the grass. Mom and dad were up on the grass and the chicks πŸ₯ were trying to get over the curb, one of those higher rectangular curbs, one πŸ₯ would try to jump up and hit the 90 angle and bounce back, then the rest were trying like ping pong balls.. wanted to help but knew better they’ll figure it out, besides mom and dad prob would have done something...something fun to see, cool😁😁😁😁😁😁

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.

OOS:

When a violation by either a driver or company is confirmed, an out-of-service order removes either the driver or the vehicle from the roadway until the violation is corrected.

Tractor Man's Comment
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Every time you use the abbreviation EMT, I am thinking Ambulance!

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Susan D. 's Comment
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Me too.. emt=emergency medical technician.

Tractor Man's Comment
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At Swift we use MT. If I were to send a freeform message " I need an EMT", I would receive a message back that said Call 911!rofl-3.gif

Susan D. 's Comment
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Me too lol

millionmiler24 (CRSTs Mos's Comment
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Every time you use the abbreviation EMT, I am thinking Ambulance!

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Same here.

At Swift we use MT. If I were to send a freeform message " I need an EMT", I would receive a message back that said Call 911!rofl-3.gif

I just use the full word empty. That way dispatch don’t think I need an Ambulance or that I took a wrong turn and ended up in Montana. 😜

Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Having a brother who went from EMT to AEMT to Paramedic, I too think ambulance when you use that abbreviation. The common abbreviation for empty is MT. I also usually just write empty so there is no doubt what I'm talking about.

And yes the adult geese would have attacked you.

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Having a brother who went from EMT to AEMT to Paramedic, I too think ambulance when you use that abbreviation. The common abbreviation for empty is MT. I also usually just write empty so there is no doubt what I'm talking about.

And yes the adult geese would have attacked you.

And THEN you would have been needing a real EMT.

Auggie69's Comment
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Funny you posted this now. I, too, was there yesterday and took this pic

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Phoenix's Comment
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So cool guys, thanks for the smile!!

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