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Just a few minutes ago, I heard the following on the sheriff's dept frequency:

"Unit 89, Unit 74, respond to Walmart on a report of a 10-10 verbal (argument) between a woman and a seven year old. RP (reporting party) reports that it appears the 7 year old is winning"

Anyone else have any good ones?

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Just a few minutes ago, I heard the following on the sheriff's dept frequency: "Unit 89, Unit 74, respond to Walmart on a report of a 10-10 verbal (argument) between a woman and a seven year old

That must be why the NYPD, FDNY, and FDNY EMS refer to someone as "Being Under", as opposed to "Under Arrest", so we don't get erroneous calls for prisoners whose (alleged) hearts are still beating.

"mild smoke inhalation, caused by burnt baked beans

person just wants checked out,

requests no lights or sirens"

only in jco

When I get the request for something like that and request no LS I pull right up to the call with the siren screaming.
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:P I have a few....

Marion 2 respond to a 56 y/o F unconscious, no pulse but breathing regularly.. :?: Now that is Funny.......

Or better yet....

HPD 33 4th/bird Animal at large.... Caller reporting a beaver on the loose, and some children are taunting the beaver...

Now you know how many FUNNIES that was made out of that... :D

Marion 1 respond 9-E-1(most serious) please stage until LEO on scene, Male subject with a rope in his hand. :?:

I could go on and on........... The BEAVER one is funny though :lol:

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>Marion 2 respond to a 56 y/o F unconscious, no pulse but breathing >regularly

Actually, anyone who is hypotensive fits this description... but I know what you mean.

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"69-Baker (one of Terre Haute PD's units) respond to the Drury Inn, report of a large snapping turtle on the move across the parking lot. Caller advises people are out there poking at it with a broomstick."

"Rescue 12, Engine 12, Medic 3, respond to -----------------, the pond to the left of the driveway for a shark attack." :shock: Mind you, this is Indiana.....This is how the call that has since become known among the old gang in the chat room as "Chomper's Day at the Pond". Turned out to be a snapping turtle bite.

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Local fire dept. dispatched for reported utility pole broken with wires down. Command determines cable to be of the telephone variety, and notifies dispatch - requesting telephone company response.

Dispatch to command "Telephone crew responding with 30 minute ETA. They are inquiring as to whether pole is back up yet."

Did the phone company expect their pole to sprout and grow?

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We have a elderly lady in a neighboring department that responds to fire base with statements like this.

"fire base I can't respond right now, I'm busy getting a perm in my hair."

And my personal favorite.

"Fire base, we need that flying trauma unit in the air"

:D

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