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Well its Supper Bowl Sunday and here in WNY its a lovely day no snow in my yard and its about 48 degs. Usual weather this year its not over yet and I am sure we will get some more snow and next year we will be buried in snow. I am happy the way the weather is , one I don't ski and you are on your cell phone while you are driving in your vehicle and also what about the seat belt is it on. Those of you that have snow sure hope you have a resource kit in your vehicle in case you do get stuck and may have to spend the night or just a few hours, water is a big thing you really need snacks are good to but water is a must. Well I have been busy with a few things lately as I have been appointed to the local Emergency Management team and there are meetings always going on and then went down to the son camp to check on a few things and we had the grand kids with us. I have been reading and we need to take a moment of silence for the firefighters that have died and the ones that have been hurt, North Carolina, Florida and several firefighters in the UK were hurt in two of their rigs rolling over, so bow your head and say a prayer.............., oh lets not forget Capt. Bill from I hope this is right Texas who is going through a rough time as he was badly hurt in a fire a few years ago, Capt. Bill is on my Facebook page and his wife gives updates on Bill almost daily, She needs your prayers and so does Capt. Bill.
I just read a story about giving up and I don't like giving up. Did you look both ways before you went into that intersection there was a article I read last week about a fire vehicle getting a ticket I believe for running a red light, and he was going Hot to the call, I believe the law state to slow and look before going through, our law people can explain that part.
So with all said drive safe and take care and start learning the rules of the road for responding to all types of calls both Fire, Police and ambulance drivers.