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Cedar River & Hwy 1
Mr. Emergency says ... on Monday, Jun 23 at 8:41 AM
How many people in Cedar Rapids actually know there is a private Ambulance Service that has nothing to do with CRFD? When a Paramedic saves your life, who do you thank first? Oh yeah... the "Fire Fighters". I guess we're just Ambulance Drivers.
Medic... says ... on Sunday, Jun 22 at 9:36 AM
First of all... When the ONLY ambulance service in CR doesnt't get recognized for ANYTHING do in CR is pretty sad. Second of all... I was volunteer FF/EMT for nine years, so dont try and act cool people. And CRFD is 'NOT' an ambulance service!!!
Sorry says ... on Thursday, Jun 19 at 3:13 PM
I don't normal post but one of the badge's does say fire and rescue and in most Iowa towns that means the EMS too. Lighten up. I know you all work hard and you did a great job getting all the people out just be glad they are saying thank you.
EOC member says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 9:59 PM
You people are ridiculous! Just be thankful there are people out there thanking someone. Get over yourself and enjoy the fact your actions helped someone who unconditionally appreciated it. PhotoDude - thank you.
First Responder says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 5:11 PM
It's sad a medic would get so upset over some thing like this. Be thankful someone is out there appreciating the things we do as heath care providers, fire or military. HAVE A HEART, don't think of just your self. Medic got paid, where others did not
First Responder says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 5:04 PM
How can a medic say these horrible things? I am a first responder and I dedicated my time for my town let alone Johnson County. (NEVER GOT PAID!) I know what I did was a good thing and I don't need to come on this website and ask others for praise.
Wow Medic... says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 3:47 PM
Now that I think of it, I helped sandbag, why is my name not on that thank you picture? Thanks for nothing PhotoDude66, jerk... Meekness is a fine quality to possess, eh medic?
PhotoDude66 says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 2:57 PM
I am very sorry....Was late, but I added new design. I would like to thank all ems members for your work during this sad time, and thank you to every ems member for what you do every day, becasue if not for you, My father might not be here today.
Medic says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 1:44 PM
Im not sure who makes these kinds of pictures. But you better start thinking about ALL the Emergency services in Cedar Rapids!
Medic says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 1:41 PM
Ok.... How bout us that work for the ONLY ambulance service that serves CR and parts of surronding Linn and Johnson County???? Too bad WE never get thanked for ANYTHING! AND.... When we avacuated Mercy Medical Center, who got the thanks for that?
PM reader says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 1:34 PM
Very cool!! I would love to see this printed on t-shirts and the proceeds donated to help the victims of the flood.
Amber says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 10:35 AM
God bless all those that are working so hard to keep us safe and get us back on track! You are all amazing...I love this community. May God's hand be upon all those affected by these waters, and may HIS peace saturate our hearts.
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