Tag Archives: paramedic

People worth dying for…

Everyday I work I meet people "worth" dying for. It's the people in my territory .... the people I'm sworn to protect. It's also the Brothers and Sisters I work with ... for me, they're all "worth it" but I don't think about it that way.

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MERRY Christmas from Ironfiremen.com Headquarters

Following the tragic events of Christmas Eve, the Fire Service is in shock. Having lost 2 Brothers in a senseless act of violence, it's difficult for those of us on the job to be "merry" about anything. Our hearts are heavy while our thoughts and prayers are with the friends and families of our fallen and injured.

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The man we simply call "MEAT"

Just a quick post (catch up) tonight…Yesterday, Keith “Meat” Blankinship pulled his last shift. Meat retired after 22yrs of service with the City (2 with the EMS Department, 20 post merger), he is 49 years old. I have known Keith his entire career. We actually volunteered together back in ’88-’89. He is responsible for getting me interested and so involved ...

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