``It's a dangerous job. It's explosive and it happens in a nanosecond. Someone is not thinking clearly if they attack an EMT,'' said James Orsino, president of the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association EMS Division, which represents about 300 EMTs and paramedics citywide.
Tuesday, August 02, 2005
Wizbang is where it's at . . .
for all your linking needs. This time, we are directed to a story in the Boston Herald about the difficult life of those in the wife's line of work. Just last night, she was telling me about medics around DC who have to dodge gunfire at their patients from the thugs trying to finish the job.