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Dispatch send a crew for an overdose on Vaseline.....The crew then asked whats the recommended dosage for Vaseline? :lol:

Yep. I had to make the call, things just got to slippery... :oops: :lol:

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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.

"Central, make this a 90 (no patient), apparently the caller dialed 911 to get their quarter back."

"<XXUnit>, Can you 10-5? (repeat)?"

"Ummmm, the caller states they have no emergency, that dialing 911 apparently refunds their quarter."

"<XXUnit>, 10-4... Ummmm... Wow... You can't make this stuff up."

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Dispatch: Please respond to XYZ St for pt no pulse, not breathing.

Medic: A1 is en route. Just to confirm this is an arrest?

Dispatch: No, it's not an arrest.

Medic: Ok, last I checked no pulse not breathing was an arrest.

Dispatch: Yes, CARDIAC arrest.

Dispatch thought he was asking if the pt was under arrest.

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tones, attention all listening units - XYZ has been paged for a PNB at 123 street, pt was on the phone and line went dead - called in by the person pt was talking to, unwitnessed PNB.

Dispatch: farther information - we have had contact with patient - cell phone went dead - not the patient.

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"Police Radio to 26-16?"

"26-16"

"take 123 Main St, at Garden Apartments for an animal complaint"

"26-16 ok"

"Reported to be a 2 foot long snake in the roadway" :shock:

"2 foot long snake? Caller provide a direction of travel?" :roll:

"Arrival, subjects GOA, clear it out"

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Dispatch: Please respond to XYZ St for pt no pulse, not breathing.

Medic: A1 is en route. Just to confirm this is an arrest?

Dispatch: No, it's not an arrest.

Medic: Ok, last I checked no pulse not breathing was an arrest.

Dispatch: Yes, CARDIAC arrest.

Dispatch thought he was asking if the pt was under arrest.

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.

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Dispatch: Respond to area of XYZ for reported bomb threat, when in area turn off comm equipment.

Radio silence for a good 4 hours!

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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?

Now that is priceless.

There is no way I would let my 7 year old act like that and (win) get away with it. Public or not. LOL

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